Bride Crystal Wong Po-ching and groom Ronnie Suen Che-nam are accompanied by wedding chaperone Choi Lai-Kwan in a wedding ceremony in Tuen Mun. Photo: Jonathan WongBride Crystal Wong Po-ching and groom Ronnie Suen Che-nam are accompanied by wedding chaperone Choi Lai-Kwan in a wedding ceremony in Tuen Mun. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Bride Crystal Wong Po-ching and groom Ronnie Suen Che-nam are accompanied by wedding chaperone Choi Lai-Kwan in a wedding ceremony in Tuen Mun. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Why Hong Kong couples opt for a Chinese wedding chaperone

From traditional tea ceremonies to rituals such as the bride stepping over the threshold with her left foot first, the chaperone’s guidance ensures protocol is followed, with some friendly advice thrown in when family stress boils over

Topic |   Explainers: Culture
Bride Crystal Wong Po-ching and groom Ronnie Suen Che-nam are accompanied by wedding chaperone Choi Lai-Kwan in a wedding ceremony in Tuen Mun. Photo: Jonathan WongBride Crystal Wong Po-ching and groom Ronnie Suen Che-nam are accompanied by wedding chaperone Choi Lai-Kwan in a wedding ceremony in Tuen Mun. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Bride Crystal Wong Po-ching and groom Ronnie Suen Che-nam are accompanied by wedding chaperone Choi Lai-Kwan in a wedding ceremony in Tuen Mun. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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