The Malaysian Wedding Ceremony In Malaysia, China, Malaysia

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Kuih is a generic term used in Malaysia, China and other areas of Southeast Asia to denote small confections that are eaten during celebrations, special events or just during the course of a normal day. Most kuih that are produced are sweet, although there are some that are savoury and include meat or stock in the recipes. They often are brightly coloured with natural ingredients or food colouring and formed into distinctive shapes with molds. Malaysia is a country with many race so, there are many variety types of kuih. Wedding is ceremony that two person reunite in a marriage. Wedding also have different traditions like cultures, ethnic and religion represent their races like Malay, Chinese, and Indian. A Malay wedding is usually performed when either one or both spouses are Malay. Malaysian law defines a Malay person as a Muslim. The traditional wedding ceremony is in two parts. The first part is the akad nikah (marriage contract), which is the legal and religious part of the wedding. The second part is the bersanding (enthronement), which is a family celebration. It is usual for the two parts to be celebrated over two days. However, it is becoming common for there to be a gap between the parts of the wedding, during which the couple are legally married, but saving up for an elaborate bersanding. In cases where the couple have family spread around the world, a number of bersanding may be held in different countries to allow everyone to wish the couple well.


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