YouTuber Jason Chen Proves Height Doesn’t Matter With True Love

Short men have found another reason to believe that height does not matter thanks to a couple proving their existence in a now-viral photo.

Earlier this month, Jason Chen, a Taiwanese American singer and YouTuber, shared a picture of himself in an elegant suit with his girlfriend — actor, dancer and model Lucia Liu on Instagram.


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I don’t need to flirt. I will seduce you with my awkwardness 😬😅 #awkward #tallgirls #shortpeopleproblems #ootd #suit

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“I don’t need to flirt. I will seduce you with my awkwardness,” Chen captioned the post, adding hashtags such as #tallgirls and #shortpeopleproblems.

It’s unclear how tall Liu actually is, but Chen’s followers have known as early as 2011 that he stands 5 feet and 4 inches (162.56 centimeters).

Image (Screenshot, Cropped) via YouTube / Music Never Sleeps

The couple first met at an overseas “Voice of China” contest several years ago, where Chen was a judge and Liu was a contestant.

“When I first saw him I thought he was really cute,” Liu said in a Q&A video on Chen’s channel, Music Never Sleeps. “A lot of people told me about him when I was backstage. We were like, ‘Oh my god, Jason Chen’s here, you know? He’s a great singer!’ I was really surprised, and when I saw him I just thought he was really cute.”

It was not difficult, however, to notice Chen’s height at first sight.

“But he’s a little short, you know. It’s just a fact,” Liu added. “But that was my first impression.”


Chen’s post on June 7 is only one of many where they can be seen standing side-by-side, showing the difference in their height.

But as wise ones would say, such a thing does not matter in the face of true love — and netizens now say that Chen has inspired them.

The post also made rounds on Facebook, where short gentlemen are being tagged by friends for a boost in self-confidence.

Featured Images via Instagram / @jasondchen

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