1 out of 100 chinese dating show
The competitive nature and long hours of the Chinese work force mean that there are minimal opportunities to interact with the opposite sex.
Furthermore, prior to entering university, dating is frowned upon.
Thus, dating shows filled with beautiful, charming and successful contestants are all the rage in 2011/12.
Contestants themselves are paid handsomely per show and are given 15 minutes of fame.
Love is not only hard to find, because family wealth needs to be measured for potential partners, but also because of the hectic lifestyles Chinese youth lead.
For instance, when Ma Nuo was asked by a candidate whether she would like to go for a bicycle ride, she responded “ Unfortunately, for those interested in this show, there have been some significant changes made due to complaints on how the show was degrading social values.
Ratings have been significantly down since the changes.
Extremely popular contestants move on to become MCs and guest hosts.
Check out some of the most popular and funny ones below!