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Have you ever been on a blind date and felt there was something missing — such as your parents?A new television series that premiered on Saturday provides just that, with the slogan “Chinese-style blind dating; feel more secure with parents present.” Anchored by popular host Jin Xing — who has been called China’s transgender Oprah — and produced by Shanghai’s Dragon TV, “Chinese Dating” mimics traditional blind dates arranged by parents, placing a female candidate in front of five bachelors’ families instead of the potential suitor himself.
Expert matchmaker and host Patti Stanger says the milestone is something she could have never imagined.
Parents ask questions and decide whether the woman is a good match, while the sons wait in a room offstage.
The bachelorette only wins the right to choose a date herself if three families voice interest in her.
All of the parents seemed satisfied with Lin, until they found out she was 40 years old and had a son. “It’s just because of her age,” several families said.
“I hope my daughter-in-law will give birth to two to three kids,” Zhao’s mother said, implying that Lin was too old for her son, who expressed that he was still interested.