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Question Posted: 4 Dec 2011 at 10:45:48 PM
Dear Joey,

 I'm going to get married with my fiance and as usual my parents went to for date selection with some sifu in my hometown. As for normal chinese practise, we would prefer to do the chut kar and wedding dinner on the same day in Penang as my fiance is from KL. 

 after much surveys at plenty of hotels and restaurants, we have decided to choose a date given which is on 2-Nov 2012 which falls on the 9th month of Chinese calendar. Now my in laws are not happy and pantang about this odd month and they prefer even month. But on our side (me and my fiance), there is no other choice than 2-Nov 2012 anymore. Moreover, there are a lot of hotels and restaurants are mostly booked due to Dragon year. 

With such disagreement, we're unable to secure our wedding venue. I would like to ask, is there such a thing that chut kar must be in even month rather than odd month? Is this real or myth. 

Please help.
Answered: 8 Dec 2011 at 12:01:41 PM
Dear Alvin, 

If you've already decided on the date, what's the point for going to get a 'Date Selection' ? 

But to answer your question - NO - there is no such thing as an 'even month' is better than an 'odd month' in Date Selection. 
In Date Selection, we have to match the DATE with the bride and groom's BaZi Charts.

Warm Regards,

JY 
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