Chinese dating show If you will be The only calling on Aussie participants
“I’m sure this show happens to be quite popular around the world among Chinese audiences, but it is a big surprise to me personally that Australian locals enjoy it,” says Meng. “My concern ended up being that whenever things are translated into English, like whenever many Chinese novels are translated into English, several things are lost.”
Luckily, the show appears to have appeal that is universal. One of the keys may be the structure, which started in Australia in a show called Take Me Out. It aired here in 2008 and flopped, but has since been produced in a lot more than 20 nations around the globe.
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