New chinese dating show
From the reality show’s official Weibo account Other commentators slammed the “vulgar” and “retro” tradition of blind dates arranged by parents with too many restrictions and requirements.
“This TV program is full of male and female inequality, discrimination against single mothers, ‘straight man cancer,’ and other problems,” said a commentary in The Beijing News on Tuesday.
Here’s a couple things you can learn from the show, although these obviously might not reflect on your experiences dating in China. It's a Numbers Game As with many countries, double standards exist with regards to men and women in China, which results in certain contestants receiving unfair treatment.The show’s gimmick puts the burden of choosing a partner not on potential suitors, but on their parents.The show has already received no small amount of negative feedback online, accused of being a “step backwards for Chinese society," with some netizens saying it amounts to arranged marriage with new packaging.Parents ask questions and decide whether the woman is a good match, while the sons wait in a room offstage.The bachelorette only wins the right to choose a date herself if three families voice interest in her.
“Cold hands mean a cold uterus,” she said, explaining that she believed it signified ill health.