1 out of 100 chinese dating show
COMEDIAN DES BISHOP spent a year in China learning how to speak Mandarin for a new RTÉ show, but did you know he made an appearance on a dating show while he was there?Bishop popped up on ‘One out of 100′ or ‘Cream of The Crop’, a popular matchmaking series that sounds rather similar to Take Me Out.” another chirpily asks her plump admirer, who is visibly bewildered.“When you came on stage you looked like a noodle,” a third woman tells the slim young man in front of her.It's also reported that X-girl's feline get-up isn't the only one she'll be sporting during the show's various elimination rounds — viewers can expect to see many more looks from the artist's Hollywood repertoire, but will she get the look … “If I was your girlfriend, would you let your belly be my pillow?SBS’s online promotion for the show says, ‘With a viewing audience of up to 50 million per episode, this popular Chinese dating show is a cultural phenomenon’.
While all contestants must be fluent in Mandarin, according to Han, several non-Asian candidates have applied.
When dating in the modern age, it's all you can do to stand out from the crowd.
One Chinese dating show contestant decided to draw attention to the superficiality that permeates our modern love lives, hiding her true identity during her appearance on If You Are the One… According to Yule, the "X-girl" works as professional special effects make-up artist, so she had a certain edge in creating the, er, unique look.
“Dating Factory” is a 2015 Chinese web drama series.
This is the second installment of Channel C’s Cecilia Miao’s Chinese pop-culture series (see her first post about Chinese TV shows you should be watching here).
For Chinese contestants and their parents, such diversity might not be easy to take.