Chinese parents on dating
You'll also find people who moved here as adults but are completely comfortable with American-style dating.
And of course, you'll find everything in between as well.
The first episode saw contestant Lin Jiali enter with a bowl of soup that she cooked herself. ” shouted contestant Zhao Haoran, 23, from the bachelors’ waiting room.
“Whoever picks her will be looked after,” another male contestant said.
For Westerners, a willingness to learn about Chinese culture can make an interracial or international relationship stronger.
In December, a dating show started to air on Shanghai-based Dragon TV.
The show, named Chinese-style Dating, has the slogan "once you become married, you bring honor to your whole family."The show invites five unmarried men and their families on stage on some episodes, and five women and their families on others.
One card reads "Anyone born after 1986 is okay, but not the year 1988," because the mother was afraid of a zodiac clash between year 19, when her son was born.
Parents choosing spouses for their children is an ancient phenomenon.