THAT’s one way to save on the cost of a wedding. These triplet brothers in China’s central city of Huangshi in Hubei Province decided to keep the biggest day of their lives in the family by getting hitched on the same day and celebrating together. Among the 28-year-old triplets, it was middle brother Yang Xinjun who fell in love first. One day in 2010 he stopped off at a clothes shop and got chatting with owner Luo Tingting before asking her out. That same year youngest brother Yang Xinfa was introduced to his fiance Zhu Siyang. The brothers may have had a grand wedding but it wasn’t quite on the scale of a recent mass wedding in south Korea. More than 3,000 people from 70 different nations tied the knot in the Unification Church, or ‘Moonie’, ceremony. The church is named after its late founder Sun Myung Moon, who died in September. A few of the participants looked awkward, which may have been in part because many of the couples had just met a few days earlier, with some not even speaking the same language.                              –Metro