汗 [hàn]  v. To sweat, usually out of embarrassment.

Yesterday, my wife and I were watching If You Are The One on Jiangsu Satellite TV when our son came home. He caught a glimpse of the speed-dating TV program and snapped, “What’s the point in watching an expo of these damaged goods?” Sweating (embarrassed)…

[Note: If You Are The One  (literally “If you are not sincere, please do not disturb”) is a Chinese speed-dating TV program hosted by Meng Fei. Based on the Australian game show Taken Out, the show is produced by Jiangsu Satellite Television (JSTV) and taped in Nanjing. It was first broadcast on January 15, 2010, and currently airs on weekend nights at 9:05 pm JSTV. The show has been a rating success in China and is now the highest-rated show for JSTV, but some people pointed out that the female guests often ask male guests (suitors) questions based on a script offered by the TV station. In this joke, the son assumed that the female guests often have too many ex-boyfriends and they come to this speed-dating TV program because they are eager to marry millionnaires. This opinion is not uncommon among the audience.]

The British man Wang Doufu attended If You Are The One, but he didn’t tell the female guests that he was from a rich family. He was not chosen by any female guests.

Li Yang and Li Meng fell in love on If You Are The One.

Li Yang and Li Meng got married.