Several couples attend a Western group wedding in the Weiting Auditorium in Huai'an, Jiangsu province, in June. Yang Duoduo / for China Daily
There is an interesting phenomena in China : More and more young people would like to have their weddings in churches.
China Daily reports that in Sichuan province, Xie Hongxia, a Catholic wedding planner for Chengdu diocese, estimated that about 90 percent of the 70 or so weddings held annually at the city’s cathedral are for non-Christian couples.
Maybe they've tired of the traditional rituals and customs of Chinese weddings. At a Chinese wedding, people chat, walk around and make jokes about the newlyweds, but in church people have to watch their behaviors and avoid embarrassing themselves.
But is it weird to say "Amen" while you don't believe it?