Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting the occupants of the house pictured are involved in any drug use Neighbours of one infamous ice-addicted 'struggle street' couple say the housing commission area (pictured) in Willmot has 'continued to turn to sh**' since the airing of the show.
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“Sorry.” Bold, blunt and deliciously weird, China’s biggest TV dating show is wildly popular in the one market where the show is broadcast for an English-speaking audience: Australia.
‘If You Are The One’ — in Chinese, ‘Fei Cheng Wu Rao’ — has become an unlikely hit for Australia’s youth-oriented SBS2 channel since the network decided to start broadcasting it with English subtitles in 2013.
Non-Chinese contestants have remained rare, however. The upcoming Australian specials will be the most diverse episodes to date.
While all contestants must be fluent in Mandarin, according to Han, several non-Asian candidates have applied.
people just think this is sh**sville and treat it like that now,' one resident said.
"Life is Beautiful" tells the story of a blended family who lives on Jeju Island.A troubled street (above) has continued to be plagued by drug-related problems since it was the focus of television documentary series Struggle Street in 2015.Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting the occupants of the houses pictured are involved in any drug use The area of Willmot, in Sydney's west, rose to prominence following a 2015 SBS documentary detailing the battle facing residents.For Chinese contestants and their parents, such diversity might not be easy to take.Australian candidate Joe Sweeney left the show without a date when the woman he had chosen rejected him, saying her parents might not approve of a relationship with a foreigner.After living in China for two years, Sweeney says her decision didn’t surprise him. “A recent British contestant — looking very British — was able to keep every Chinese female candidate interested in him at least in the first round,” Jing Han says.