A bride and groom take part in a traditional tea ceremony, a key event during Chinese weddings. The notion that a child is best raised in a family with a mother and a father is still strong in Hong Kong culture. Photo: Shutterstock A bride and groom take part in a traditional tea ceremony, a key event during Chinese weddings. The notion that a child is best raised in a family with a mother and a father is still strong in Hong Kong culture. Photo: Shutterstock
A bride and groom take part in a traditional tea ceremony, a key event during Chinese weddings. The notion that a child is best raised in a family with a mother and a father is still strong in Hong Kong culture. Photo: Shutterstock

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A bride and groom take part in a traditional tea ceremony, a key event during Chinese weddings. The notion that a child is best raised in a family with a mother and a father is still strong in Hong Kong culture. Photo: Shutterstock A bride and groom take part in a traditional tea ceremony, a key event during Chinese weddings. The notion that a child is best raised in a family with a mother and a father is still strong in Hong Kong culture. Photo: Shutterstock
A bride and groom take part in a traditional tea ceremony, a key event during Chinese weddings. The notion that a child is best raised in a family with a mother and a father is still strong in Hong Kong culture. Photo: Shutterstock
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