Popular dating show
Editor's Note: The popular Chinese dating show, “If You Are the One,” seems to have quite a following in Australia.
This article, translated from the Chinese media, talks about the show's popularity in Australia and why Australians like the show.
This makes me want to go back and re-watch a few episodes! I think he claimed he was this business manager or something. It's like the shows of Chinese peasants jumping out of trees and karate chopping Japanese "devils" who explode in a gib shower.
Source: Wenxue City Well, mate I can tell you that most Australians are not raving about it. To be fair, I think Australians also probably think that it is funny because this behavior isn't part of their day to day life. I know all this because he interviewed at my company and I couldnt hire him because he was an English teacher living in a bar. To the Chinese producers, it's serious, but to us, it's friggin' hilarious. Because we wish to encourage healthy and productive dialogue we ask that all comments remain polite, free of profanity or name calling, and relevant to the original post and subsequent discussion.
These programmes have also been criticised for complicating courtship with needless public expectation (see observer-expectancy effect).
For Chinese, while the show may have its funny moments, it is mainly a dating show, not a comedy The Chinese dating show “Fei Cheng Wu Rao,” has unexpectedly become popular in Australia, where it is known by its English name, “If You Are the One!Dating game shows are television game shows, some say reality game shows, that incorporate a dating system in the form of a game with clear rules.Human matchmaking is involved only in selecting the game's contestants - usually for amusement value as opposed to any concern for their happiness or compatibility.Most Aussies couldn't care less about a stupid Chinese dating show. Why such a bitter person about 4% of the people that are overflowing Australia? A trash show turned into a freak show after changing the performers into chinese, that does deserve a couple of good laughs. a trashy show that you can't stop watching because of how ridiculous it is... He was a guy from England and didn't make it past the second round. If people are this greedy, stupid, and shallow in the West, they are at least smart enough to hide it. To be fair he was quite upfront about it in the interview. Comments will not be deleted because of the viewpoints they express, only if the mode of expression itself is inappropriate.The only people who watch it are Chinese Australians. I am just waiting for your "i'm not racist but...." comment. I wouldn't tell you either way, as it isn't important but i am very well connected with Australia. Australian media said, “The episode is 40 minutes of kitsch, full of incredible sound and stage design and crazy lighting effects, as well as ultra-bad 90s fashion. They all hated him because they thought he was too goofy as an ESL teacher, teaching children. I used to think it was funny when Chinese just talked like that...until I realized that they were dead serious..now I can't escape those attitudes. Please use the Classifieds to advertise your business and unrelated posts made merely to advertise a company or service will be deleted.