- A Chinese father reportedly gifted his son with 20 properties in a bid to help him find a wife.
- The anonymous father met with a matchmaker who filmed the meeting and brought a pink bag containing 20 deeds for the properties he bought his son.
- The father described his son as a “decent man” with “a very promising job,” and the matchmaker, Zhang, promised to find the man’s son a good wife.
- Zhang’s video, which was posted across various Chinese social media platforms, sparked an online debate in which some praised the father for helping his son, while others questioned the son’s ability to find his own partner.
To help his son find a wife, a father from Hebei Province in northern China gifted his 24-year-old son with 20 properties.
After seeing his son participate in a matchmaking corner, a public area where matchmakers hold meetings with parents and their single children, the anonymous father was motivated to find a prospective daughter-in-law.
A Chinese bus driver in Zhengzhou, the capital of China’s Henan province, uses his bus route as a matchmaking agency, and a quite successful one at that.
Yun Xi, also known affectionately as “Yue Lao on wheels” which is the deity of marriage, has been matchmaking on his bus since 2008.