By Kim Ban Cheo
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The bridegroom was attended to by the Pak Chindek whose job was, in many ways, similar to that of the Sang Kheh Umm. He, of course, did not have to worry about hairdos and jewellery. The Pak Chindek had no assistant and he had to do the job of the Bukak Koon himself; but this task was relatively easier because the bridegroom was, unlike the bride, not encumbered by a heavy gold and silver crown, a chest laden with jewellery and heavy robes. Bibik Ah Mui is the last of the old school Sang Kheh Umm.
This method of tying the chye kee was the Baba style of doing so. When the bunting was in place, the family lanterns or ji-seh teng would be put up. These lanterns were made in Singapore and were different in size, shape and design from the type that are hung in front of Chinese temples. The household lanterns bore the surnames of the families and were usually smaller and more elongated than the temple lanterns. And while temple lanterns did not have any designs at all, these household lanterns were embellished on one side with scenes taken from Chinese myths and legends.
The next stage of the preparations was to consult the all important Book of Fate or deity for an auspicious day and time for the blessing of the bridal bed. 30 31 When all these preparations were completed, a very important ceremony called Ann Chng took place. This was the spiritual cleansing and blessing of the bed performed by a small boy who was selected from a large family with living parents. In the choice of this boy, it had also to be taken into account that the candidate’s horoscope did not clash with the date, and especially the hour, during which the ceremony was to be performed.
A baba wedding by Kim Ban Cheo