Coulter watched in amazement as Dudu communicated with Du’s family, most of whom speak only Mandarin, by using gestures to make sure the bride was ready for her walk down the aisle.
“Since no one could say ‘thank you’ [to Dudu] in Kurdish, everybody was just bowing to say ‘thank you,” Coulter told HuffPost. “They were showing their gratitude through smiling and bowing towards each other.”
The tailor and his son left shortly after the dress had been fixed. And thanks to his expert craft, Du and her groom were able to celebrate their nuptials with her wedding gown intact.
Dudu told the Canadian Television Network through a translator that the bride seemed so excited and happy. “I was more than happy to get to work,” Dudu said. “I like to help Canadian people from my heart.”
When Coulter posted the Syrian tailor’s story to her Facebook page on Monday, it quickly went viral, with more than 10,000 shares and 20,000 likes. The internet responded with so much love and support, Coulter decided to start a GoFundMe page to raise money for Dudu’s family.
Article source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2016/09/29/syrian-refugee-saves-wedding-canada_n_12263702.html?utm_hp_ref=hawaii&ir=Hawaii