Israeli dating show 3
Even the name of the show in Chinese 非诚勿扰 (Fēi chéng wù rǎo), emphasises the cultural difference – the phrase actually means ‘serious inquiries only’.
On this week’s episode, we delve into the world of lesser known bus-related conflicts.
I’m not a Chinese graduate and there is no language requirement to go to China, so I’d only been learning for four months when the show was recorded in mid-December.
But my teaching schedule is just 18 hours per week, so I’ve had a lot of time to invest in learning Chinese.
Chinese dating is a serious business The English equivalent of the show, Take Me Out, is generally light-hearted and casual.
Successful 'couples' are whisked off to Tenerife or Cyprus for a date, which is filmed, and the result is shown on the next week's episode.