If you are the one dating show
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!
” A lot of Chinese people in Australia are asked about the show by locals.
And considering China’s rap game is just pocket chess compared to the western hemisphere, it might not prove that hard.
” There are several reasons for the show's cult fandom in Australia: 1) All of the Ladies Most of Australia's television programs are male-dominated, but “You Are the One! The women can say what they want, pick who they want, and hate on the male guests.
The women get to question the potential suitor and decide whether or not they want to date him. Australians had no idea that their trashy canceled program had been reborn in China to such success. ” began air its episodes with simultaneously translated subtitles.
Australians hated “Taken Out.” They thought that the program and the guests were boring, and that the host was annoying. The show rose to popularity overnight in Australia.
After a series of rounds introducing their prospective beau, the pool whittles down to one or two. But fortune shined her golden happiness rays upon Melbourne’s Tom, who successfully wooed one of 24 equally gorgeous and fussy females away to a Potemkin village of G-rated love.
If the man agrees, the pair are whisked off to a romantic Greek island getaway. But being remembered for televised handholding isn’t Tom’s endgame.