Yang Shuo and Wang Liwen held a grand wedding ceremony in the island of Flores in Indonesia (and not Bali as previously reported) on Sept 25, 2018. The couple have already been married for eight years so I would say this is more a recommitment ceremony than a wedding.
Flores is part of the Lesser Sunda Island and there, the couple had a welcome dinner for their guest the night before with the talented Mocha Team who took care of everything.
They did an amazing job styling the welcome dinner. It was festive and cozy at the same time.
They did a wonderful job outside by the shore too. It’s really the stuff that dreams are made of.
The next day, the couple woke up early to prepare for their special day. They each had friends and colleagues form part of their wedding party.
Yang Shuo has an all-star groomsmen with Jam Hsiao, Wang Kai, Dong Zijian and Jeremy Tsui/ Jeremy Jones. Wang Kai and Yang Shuo are schoolmates from the Central Academy of Drama and they have worked together on Ode to Joy.
The two were also in a variety show called The Fighting Man together with Taiwanese singer, Jam Hsiao. Wang Kai and Yang Shuo are also in a new drama with Dong Zijian called Like A Flowing River.
Yang Shuo and Jeremy Tsui have likewise known each other for awhile and recently worked together again on Retourner Le Monde A Toi.
Of course, we can’t overlook the scene stealers, their cute kids. 🙂
The ceremony itself looks beautiful and solemn and the couple obviously spared no expense. 🙂 Finally having the wedding ceremony after years of marriage, Yang Shuo shared that he’s fulfilled his promise.
Congratulations to the two and may you live happily ever after!
Not going to lie I think this is a bit excessive for a re-commitment ceremony and it's not even a milestone year. Why not wait a couple of years until their 10th anniversary? It seems like it was sponsored though so probably didn't cost them anything lol!
It's because (from what I understand), they never got a wedding ceremony when they legally got married. So, Yang Shuo promised to give his wife a grand wedding ceremony. If I was the wife, I wouldn't want to wait another two years, either. Time is valuable and age is the biggest cause of depreciation!
@Anonymous: "Time is valuable and age is the biggest cause of depreciation!" Hahaha! I suppose so. And it does look like it was sponsored so they probably jumped at the chance for a free exotic wedding with their friends and family. It will be hard to top this for their 10th wedding anniversary.
Gotta say, I am absolutely shocked to find out he's been married for that long