One out of 100 chinese dating show
In the program, 8 – 10 female participants sit in a row, each of them is assigned a number. The male participants come to the stage one by one.
When a male guest comes to stage, female guests and female audience will give him a score, based on the first impression and his talent show.
This show uses the new rules of the American version.
Contestants themselves are paid handsomely per show and are given 15 minutes of fame.
Every week my mum and grandma would ask about my dating life.
They'd tell me not to be so picky and to keep going on dates.
Earlier this year 24-year-old Melbourne-born Phoebe Lay found herself in Shanghai on a televised dating show called "One in a Hundred".
Packed with manufactured tears and hard luck stories, this wildly popular show is aired every Friday evening in Mainland China. She was in a rush to find me a Chinese boyfriend after coming out of a relationship with a Westerner and being single for over a year.