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It reminded me of a scene in a Zhang Yimou’s movie like “To Live” (《活着》). The groom, who grows grew up near Wuzhen, decides decided to hold his wedding ceremony in a water town to experience the way the ancient people got married. With ancient wedding chambers, stone bridges and waterways, Wuzhen provides
These are the only too tiny little mistakes I could find, otherwise it seems pretty much perfect! Interesting piece too, it wouldn't look out of place in a magazine or the lifestyle/travel section of a newspaper.
Which scene in "To Live" are you refering to btw? I watched it yesterday, but the only wedding scene which I remember is when the daughter gets married. Since she was marrying a red guard at the height of the Cultural Revolution, a traditional wedding wasn't really on the cards! I seem to remember a cardboard cut-out boat and picture of Chairman Mao instead.
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