(The two are set to wed in January 2019.)"You've got to look at that as a successful Bachelor," Robert Mills, the senior VP of alternative programming at ABC, told E! "That stems from the fact that when he came in here—you can debate how he handled this all you want—but he was incredibly sincere and just wanted to get married.
The parents on the show grilled bachelorettes with questions like “Can you do housework?
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” They also brutally rejected a 40-year-old divorcee and single mum.
(In China, divorced women are often considered damaged goods.) Some critics called the show a revival of outdated arranged marriages (link in Chinese).
The dichotomy reflected in the show plays out in my real life.
My family sent me abroad to study and encourages me to be an independent woman.