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If the remaining children in the soundproof room (who are not finalists) chose not to join the finalists with their parents, the candidate leaves without a date.If the candidate is successful in being able to get 3 groups of parents to fill up the three finalist spots, the candidate then puts forward a question to the three groups of parents from a set menu of queries.After the introductions of each family, the children of the 5 groups of parents are sent to the soundproof room.A single candidate of the opposite gender then goes on stage one by one to the face the parents of the 5 candidates, whilst not being able to see the faces of their children The single candidate then plays two videos to reveal information about themselves including their occupation and past relationships.In the program show, candidates get the urge to marry from their parents who are either sitting on the stage and backstage for observation.The 5 groups of parents would sit behind each podium to face a single guest and compete for their favorite companion as they want, for their children or child sitting in the soundproof room.Sometimes the younger one will have an innocent Precocious Crush on the older one.
The program alternates between a male version and a female version each week.
As a concept that is still prevalent among Harrisites, we conducted a similar poll and series of interviews to see what has changed and what has stayed the same.
In 2003, 64% of students polled said that they would be comfortable dating a person of a different race. In 2014, based on a survey of 378 students, this number has jumped to 88%.
Jillissa said, “I think people get excited to see a progressive, mixed race couple. There are, of course, those few friends that say something a little rude unintentionally every now and then.” On the other hand, Adam felt the pressures from his family regarding his choice of partner, and said, “I’ve gotten criticized by my family, especially since they’re very traditional Europeans, who, not to paint them in a bad light, aren’t the most tolerant people. Rodriguez tied the knot, her parents were very accepting of their decision. Yan strayed from her parents’ preferences when it came to her dating life, 71% of polled students said they would date someone of a different ethnic background even without their parents’ consent.
I feel judged, but, most explicit comments are positive ones usually just saying that we’re cute and such.” English teacher Katherine Yan has also experienced challenges throughout her relationship with her husband Sebastian Rodriguez, who is of Uruguayan heritage. Yan’s parents adamantly encouraged her to marry “a Chinese doctor.” However, living in New York City enabled them to gain a greater exposure to cultural diversity. This number shows a significant degree of student independence and even temerity when it comes to picking a partner, but members of the remaining 29% have a wide range of reasons for obeying their parents.
During this time, the parents compete for the final 3 spots.