Hitched Without Hitches

Fortunately after all of the challenges we encountered preparing documents and traveling, completing the actual marriage registration was a breeze.  It took about 25 minutes from start to finish, and we ran into no problems with any of our materials.

Registering our marriage involved about 25 minutes of paperwork at an office counter.

Tian took care of the forms. I took care of the picture cutting.

No the last step wasn't voting in a mid-eastern election. It was putting our fingerprints over our signatures.

When we left the office, it was hard to believe that it was official.  I teased Tian by saying, given all the paperwork and travel, I could have never gotten married without her.

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2 comments

  1. Who knew getting married in China would be a cross between “Amazing Race” and arts-and-crafts time? Congratulations to both of you!

  2. Ashley · ·

    CONGRATS Jeff & Tian! How exciting. 🙂

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