“When you came on stage you looked like a noodle,” a third woman tells the slim young man in front of her.
“Sorry.” Bold, blunt and deliciously weird, China’s biggest TV dating show is wildly popular in the one market where the show is broadcast for an English-speaking audience: Australia.
” And another: “What’s your relationship with your family like? “He’s a good son,” they say of you, “but he’s hopeless with money and he’s kind of aimless when it comes to his career.” Your friends chime in, too.; literally: "Not Sincere, Don't Disturb", known in English as If You Are the One) is a Chinese dating game show hosted by Meng Fei.Loosely based on the Taken Out format, the show is produced by JSBC: Jiangsu Television and taped in Nanjing.Australian candidate Joe Sweeney left the show without a date when the woman he had chosen rejected him, saying her parents might not approve of a relationship with a foreigner.After living in China for two years, Sweeney says her decision didn’t surprise him. “A recent British contestant — looking very British — was able to keep every Chinese female candidate interested in him at least in the first round,” Jing Han says.