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A woman journalist in China has postponed her own marriage to cover the recent earthquake that hit the Ya’an region. More than that, she covered the news donning her wedding dress.
Chen Ying, the reporter was getting ready with her make up for the wedding at a nearby studio when the powerful quake hit. The bride readily sprung into action and begun to interview people down the road, without even realizing the total extent of the disaster at first.
In her piece to camera for her channel, she stated that she is standing near the Holiday Plaza and a strong quake struck the region just 15 minutes ago. She added that there were no immediate casualty report where she was standing. Ya’an residents had taken effective measures and she expected that all the residents in the city are safe.
Her piece to camera video, donning her marriage dress and veil, went viral on the net. Some of the viewers even called her as the most beautiful bride in the world.
Chen Ying asked one lady what she was doing when the earthquake struck. She replied that she was refueling her car during that time and she thought that this quake was stronger than the quake that took place in May 2008. She added that she felt better after the 12th May, 2008 quake.
she asked another lady whether she is still terrified of the incident or not. The lady replied that she is still a bit in shock. she also called around trying to find out where the epicentre of the quake is.
Lynda Topp, who has tied the knot recently, will feature on the cover Women’s Day magazine’s cover with his wife. This will be the very first time when a same sex couple will feature on the cover of this magazine. Lynda tied the knot with Donna Luxton, at their shared business – Topp Lodge, in the tiny South Canterbury town in Staveley on 9th March.
The magazine reported that their marriage was a true country hoe-down with cowboy hats, boots and plaid shirts alongside the bridal bouquet and wedding cake. A miniature pony played ringbearer, trotting down the aisle to Shania Twain’s classic ‘You’re Still the One’.
Even though the wedding ceremony was a civil union, yet the couple consider themselves as a married pair. Wile speaking to the magazine, Lynda told that this was not a civil union – this was marriage. They are just a little bit ahead of the rest. Lynda added that everyone must be able to stand up and tell that he/she is getting married.
Sido Kitchin, the editor of the Woman’s day magazine, told that with New Zealand one step ahead to make gay marriages legal, the timing of this week’s cover story is uncanny. The Topp couples are national treasures and have brought Kiwis so much joy. The magazine also wished Lynda and Donna a lifetime of love and happiness. The new issue of the magazine will go on sale from tomorrow.