(In China, divorced women are often considered damaged goods.) Some critics called the show a revival of outdated arranged marriages (link in Chinese).
Many say it reflects the “Giant Infant” culture described by psychologist Wu Zhihong in her acclaimed book to be somewhat progressive.
According to Beijing-based CSM Media Research, the audience ratings for Fei Cheng Wu Rao - which as of May 22, 2013 had screened a total of 343 episodes - were 2.77 percent of television viewers, or 36 million, twice as many as the nearest competitor for that timeslot.
And it’s hosted by China’s favorite openly transgender hostess.At first glance, these shows seem just like American dating shows. Boy sings stupid love song and dances like Michael Jackson…… They are usually singing, badly, dancing strangely… featured a panel of 24 single women who brutally interrogated and often hastily rejected a succession of individual bachelors” and included a contestant who “became the Snooki of China by misquoting the Patrizia Reggiani quip: and other shows, prohibiting them from sensationalize-ing unhealthy and incorrect perspectives on marriage and love, such as money worship.There are a group of beautiful, women lined up with numbers attached to them. I personally agree with the government on this one.; 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.Due to the lack of “good Chinese men” available there has been a big influx of dating shows on Chinese TV.