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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.He said he liked bike riding and art, so he seemed to have more in common with me than the others. His video intro said he made 450,000 RMB/year as a car sales representative, and was in the Army Reserves. I asked, if his girlfriend had the chance to work overseas would he go with her?He gave a very heroic response: "I would go anywhere for the right girl".In fact, they'd printed a slogan on my name card "searching for an x-ray of love" - how cheesy!I was one of three who still had their cards open, which gave him the option of using certain criterion to filter out girls. One of the hosts then tells him there's a girl who she thinks is a really suitable candidate but is just below his height requirement.Not only that, I was to be the only Australian-born contestant.I remember arguing with my mum over pulling out of the show, even after my flights were booked and my short notice leave approved; there was no way of getting out of it.
In China they're like doctors, it's considered unique.
All Chinese guys want someone who is wife material - traditional girls, who will get along with their mother.
“If I was your girlfriend, would you let your belly be my pillow?
Every now and then I would get a phone call from one of mum’s friends saying they'd found someone to set me up with – always the son of a friend of a friend.
Then one day they caught wind of news a Chinese dating show was coming to Australia for auditions.
Judging by our profiles, each contestant had already selected their top three choices and the directors had these matches in mind.