Young marries herself because she didn’t find her fairy tales “prince”
Taiwan, October 27, 2010
As was reported in ‘The Huffington Post, “A Taiwanese of 30 years old, Chen Wei-yih, decided to defend her status as an independent woman. She hoped to fulfill her childhood dream of marrying but she could not find a suitable mate and planned a wedding with herself. “
They also added in the publication that ” Chen Wei-yih plans to marry with a long and white dress on 6 November, she’ll have the traditional bouquet and enjoy a meal with 30 guests including their closest friends and family members “.
She did not find her prince of fairy tails, but challenges the traditional view of Asian women, which are not considered single and independent.
Chen Wei-yih said that “the age of 30 is a first step for me.” “My work and experience are at their best, but I didn’t find a romantic partner, so what I can do?”.
On her Facebook page can be read lots of congratulations messages, mostly from Asian women.
She also proposed the slogan: “We must love ourselves before loving others.”
As was reported by ‘The Korea Herald, “The Taiwanese girlfriend submitted a photo in an album in the page of formal weddings and she plans to embark after her wedding on a honeymoon to Australia alone.”