The revision is the second version of the show and was launched on May 13, with a different format from the original version that launched in The single man divides twenty-four women into two groups of twelve, the "favourites" group and the "observation" group, prior to starting the conversation between the women and the single man. The women strut down the runway to the large screen, and are not able to see the single man while he is selecting his groups on a tablet. The host and the single man then begins conversation with the women behind the screen after the selection process has taken place, followed by playing his first video. After the first round of conversation has taken place between the single man and women, the host notifies the single man to select his first finalist, which his selection is revealed to the women shortly after selection.
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37 Times a Chinese Dating Show Got Too Real
These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our emails are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. Compared with western cultures, China has traditionally had a vastly different value system toward marriages and family. But over the past 30 years, these customs have been upended. By looking at the development of Chinese television dating shows, we can see how love and marriage changed from a ritualized system mired in the past to the liberated, western-style version we see today. Marriage matchmaking has always been an important cultural practice in China. Marriage was viewed as a contract between two households, and it was for the purpose of procreation, not love.
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Chinese dating shows are changing traditional views on love and marriage
March 27, pm Updated March 27, pm. Guo Yingguang has posted a viral video that captures just how tough the dating scene can be in China. The Shanghai Marriage Market is largely made up of Chinese parents seeking a suitable partner for their son or daughter. The market runs from pm every Saturday and Sunday and provides a chance for parents to talk to each other to see whether their respective children might be a match. Yingguang, a year-old photographer, is university educated — she studied art in London and speaks English.
It was first broadcast on January 15, , and originally aired twice a week on Saturdays and Sundays until December Starting from January , it air on Saturday nights at pm. Episodes are also widely distributed online.