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Other than as a comic bit in the play and film by Terrence Mc Nally, I'd never seen "chubby chasing" as a plot device in a show -- and certainly not as anything other than "the joke." I became puzzled.

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The name of the show, (as well as the English name), is the same as a rather boring movie by Feng Xiaogang (the article quoted above mistakenly included a shot of the cast of that movie).

It’s taken from a line used in personal ads, which literally means, “if you’re not sincere, don’t disturb me” but would be translated more along the lines of “serious inquiries only please” in English language personals. It’s hard to say, but here are my guesses: – It’s interesting to see which guys get shot down immediately by the 24 female candidates, and which can make it to the very end.

When asked to describe their ideal daughter-in-law, parents almost unanimously agreed that she should be hardworking, intelligent, pretty and caring. For example, the mother of a 23-year-old Tianjin native Zhao Haoran insisted that her son should not marry someone with cold hands, alleging that such a woman may give birth to unhealthy babies.

Only one family said their son's preference would come first.

The parents on the show grilled bachelorettes with questions like “Can you do housework?

(In China, divorced women are often considered damaged goods.) Some critics called the show a revival of outdated arranged marriages (link in Chinese).

After reading about the posts on wechat regarding this show. In China, romance is often sacrificed to practicality; dating has largely become a commercial transaction.

A new dating show is sparking huge controversy online after inviting bachelors' parents to judge if a candidate is a good match for their son, leaving the audience questioning whether Chinese men are overindulged and their families meddle too much in marriage.

The first episode of premiered on Shanghai Dragon Television Saturday.

It involves five single men, who are required to stay in a separated room offstage while watching a monitor as their parents interact with the single women.

During the process, family members can press the light in front of them if they are satisfied with the candidates.