Sbs chinese dating
Silvia involves her kids too – speaking some Italian and some English.This long-running super successful reality dating show is filmed in Nanjing, China. It’s hilarious to watch if you are interested in an insight into the minds of Chinese millennials (well how they are portrayed on TV anyhow – take it all with a grain of salt!For example, it’s often thought that Asian parents are cold and distant, only wanting their children to study hard and become doctors, engineers, lawyers or a prized combination of all three.Happily, It also uplifting to see that all around the world, (China included), expectations for women are changing for the better: women are encouraged to have their own careers and successes with many of the suitors listing “independent women” as a favoured type.
Loosely based on the Taken Out format, the show is produced by JSBC: Jiangsu Television and taped in Nanjing.
But there is a catch – any potential partners must go through an intensive and gruelling interrogation with the contestant’s parents to proceed to the next stage,” reads the SBS site.
The parents on the show grilled bachelorettes with questions like “Can you do housework?
Here, they watch the events unfold from a television screen while their parents take center stage, posing questions to the candidates of the week and deciding whether they are worthy of proceeding through the rounds to eventually meet their children.
This show is insanely popular in mainland China and is sure to be a hit in Australia as well.