Red letter day: More couples choosing traditional Chinese kua for their weddings

Mr Zehn Kuah and Ms Najat Hamsa in hand embroidered kuas they rented from The Red Wedding.
Mr Zehn Kuah and Ms Najat Hamsa in hand embroidered kuas they rented from The Red Wedding.PHOTO: COURTESY OF NAJAT HAMSA

SINGAPORE - A Malay wedding with Chinese traditional wedding outfits? That was what Ms Najat Hamsa and her husband opted for when they got married last year - in a bid to blend their two cultures together.

Ms Najat, 29, who is self-employed, tied the knot in December last year with marine technician Zehn Kuah, 29. Mr Kuah had converted to Islam and the couple were married under Muslim law in Singapore.

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