By: John StaufferEditor: JohnStaufferWedding ring that was once a piece of jewelry that could be bought in China now goes for more than $400,000.
The wedding of Christina Marie Cheng, a Chinese-American philanthropist and author of the new book “Billionaire’s Daughter,” was one of several weddings that took place around the world this year.
The event was one part of a trend of Chinese billionaires marrying foreigners.
The number of Chinese couples who married foreigners jumped by over a third in 2015 from 2014, according to a report from the U.S. National Council on Foreign Relations.
While many of the couples are still married, their families are now working in the countries where they have been granted citizenship.
The Chinese government has recently approved the citizenship of several billionaires, and more Chinese are now being granted citizenship, including a Chinese millionaire whose wife has been granted the citizenship.
The couple are known as Christina Cheng and Yang Zheng, and their wedding is being billed as the “first of its kind.”
They’re both from southern China, with Christina born in 1964 and Yang in 1962.
They’re married in China, and they have three children.
They’re married at a temple in the coastal city of Hangzhou.
Christina Cheng is a Chinese immigrant, and she was the subject of a viral video of her wedding that went viral last year, when her husband was granted citizenship and she went public about it.
She married Yang Zheng in China in 2013, but the couple had to wait for their visa to be approved for a second time.
In 2015, Christina and Yang were granted a special immigrant visa, which allows them to work and live in the United States for the next 20 years.
The couple has four children and three grandchildren.
In 2016, the couple was granted the green card, which is also known as green card.
The Trump administration has been trying to revoke the citizenship and residency of some of the wealthy Chinese, including the couple.
But some in the Chinese community are not pleased with the move, and are worried that the Trump administration will follow through with their threat.
They worry that it will further tarnish the image of the Chinese government, which they say is a strong supporter of the rights of Chinese immigrants and their children.
Chinese immigrants, especially the younger generation, tend to be more tolerant of foreigners than older Chinese, and a Trump administration would likely reverse that.
The Trump administration’s actions have also drawn criticism from the Chinese Communist Party.
The marriage of the Chengs was celebrated at a ceremony held at a church in Shanghai on Nov. 16, and was photographed by the couple’s two children.
Christie Cheng told the New York Times that the couple is so happy that they are able to celebrate this special moment with the people of China, who they met at college.
They were both raised in the US, and both grew up in the Bay Area.
The Chengs are planning to continue living in the country.
Christina Cheng said they are still working hard to raise their three children, and to get more visas for their family members, who are now in Hong Kong.
The news comes after a number of celebrity weddings were held in China.
A Chinese businessman who was denied citizenship because of his past ties to the Chinese military received the green-card, and the Trump-administration has denied visas to several celebrities and billionaires.