New chinese dating show
Chinese authorities have cracked down on for promoting "wrong values," particularly when it comes to financial wealth.Perhaps the most famous phrase ever uttered on this show — "I would rather cry in the back of a BMW than smile on a bicycle" — was spoken by a female contestant when asked if she'd like to ride bikes with her (unemployed) male suitor on a date.Because when these women tell the truth, they're brutal.
Because screw trying to impress people when you can just be your fabulous self. You've probably stumbled across it while flicking channels and lost the next seven hours of your life after finishing the episode and scouring SBS's On Demand platform for more episodes.As many as 50 million people tune into each episode to watch as a brazen male suitor attempts to woo a panel of 24 women.In ancient China, marriage decisions were only made by parents, which was called "Chinese dating". Female participant questions the parents who have chosen her and asks about their sons. Female participant's parents, the host and audience share their opinions. Jin, who has a sharp personal style, is famous for her sharp point of view and courage.Are the judgments of parents still wise and accurate in today's world?