Hong Kong City - Australians, Indonesians, Chinese, Thai and Filipinos-- guests from all over Asia and the Pacific came to witness Adrian Eastman and Pansy Leung's beautiful wedding day in Hong Kong. Onboard the Aqualuna Junk Boat, over a calm and blue sea, the couple exchanged promises and together set sail towards their future dreams.
For days before the wedding, it rained and rained in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong. But miraculously, the skies cleared for Adrian and Pansy's big day.
Victoria Harbor is one of Asia’s most impressive modern day harbors. Stunning and unique buildings on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon adorn both sides of this busy harbor. A variety of craft including ferries, junks, sampans, international cruise ships, super freighters and tankers ply the waters. At night, the whole area comes alive with it's illuminated buildings and nightly laser light show that provide a colorful and spectacular display for views on both sides of the harbor.
This was the magical setting of Adrian and Pansy's wedding ceremony. Aboard the Aqua Luna Junk Boat and witnessed by only a handful of family members and very close friends of the couple, the ceremony was very classy, cozy, elegant and full of laughter and love.
Known also as the “Cheung Po Tsai”, the Aqualuna junk boat was hand-built using traditional shipbuilding methods over an 18-month period by local craftsmen supervised by a veteran 73 year old shipbuilder. The junk with its distinctive red sails is named after the Cheung Chau Island pirate who terrorized the South China Sea at the turn of the twentieth century. No terror here :)