When it comes to love, there is no such thing as boundaries, culture or race. And when this love becomes strong enough to withstand anything, it leads to marriage.
Bi-racial marriages have been frowned upon since times immemorial. And specially in a country like ours, where these relationships are built on the basis of caste and creed, there are a few people who have fought against the odds and married their partners from different racial backgrounds.
Such is the story of Falak Naz Miano, a Sindhi woman from Pakistan who married her Chinese partner.
According to reports relayed on December 26, 2019, Dr. Falak Naz Miano, who is the daughter of a retired professor of Agricultural University Tando Jam, has married her Chinese teacher Dr. Xinchao.
Falak holds a Masters degree in Crop Production from Agricultural University Jamshoro and got enrolled at a Chinese university for her PhD three years ago. The couple met there as a student and teacher, and they grew fond of each other with the passage of time.
Falak also happens to be the first Sindhi woman to ever marry a Chinese, which is a big wow moment. We don’t often see this type of courage.
The Nikah ceremony took place at a local hotel in Hyderabad, where the other wedding events were performed according to the traditional Sindhi customs.
After staying for a week in Hyderabad, the couple will return to China and continue their studies.