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View the full list Today, dating shows are an important ingredient in China’s cultural diet, with popular shows like “If You Are the One” and “One Out of a Hundred” attracting millions of viewers.
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The Chinese government has only recently recognised the scale of the problem.
"The government did not pay much attention to the public's mental health over the past 50 years, and did not invest much in treatment or care," said Dr Huang.
From the late 1960s, Maoist thought attributed any mental illness to an incorrect appreciation of the class struggle.In many ways, dating shows became a powerful way to facilitate these changes.By looking at the development of Chinese television dating shows, we can see how love and marriage changed from a ritualized system mired in the past to the liberated, Western-style version we see today.Free expression and privacy were undermined through heightened pressure on companies providing internet services and content to comply with censorship orders and user data requests.Regulators introduced new rules for online news outlets, audiovisual content, and digital publishing.An antiterrorism law passed in December 2015 also introduced scope for abuse, requiring companies to provide technical support to authorities seeking to access encrypted data, and some content controls.