Woman trapped in Blind Date’s house after the lockdown. Blogs go viral

More than 100 cases of the virus have been reported in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou since last week (File)


Imagine being on a first date that you couldn’t end? This is what happened to a woman in China whose video blogs about citywide lockdown on a blind date went viral.

More than 100 cases of the virus have been reported in central China’s Zhengzhou city since last week, as China struggles to contain several local outbreaks of the Delta and Omicron variants.

Last Wednesday, parts of the city were brutally closed when a woman named Wang had dinner at her blind date.

“Right after I arrived in Zhengzhou, there was an epidemic and her community was detained and I couldn’t leave,” Wang told Shanghai-based The Paper, adding that she had been there for a while. weeklong trip to meet potential suitors.

“I’m getting old now, my family presented me with ten matches … The fifth date wanted to show off his cooking skills and invited me to his house for dinner.”

Since then, Wang has posted short videos documenting her daily life in lockdown, which show her date cooking meals for her, doing household chores, and working on her laptop while she sleeps. , according to clips posted by local media.

So far, it looks like romance hasn’t blossomed yet during their extended date, according to Wang who says she’s looking for a more talkative partner.

“Besides being as dumb as a wooden mannequin, everything else (of him) is pretty good,” Wang told The Paper. “Despite his mediocre food, he is always ready to cook, which I find great.”

Wang did not disclose his age or the man’s identity in the videos.

The related hashtags racked up more than six million views on the Twitter-like social media site Weibo on Wednesday.

However, Wang said the recent surge in online attention prompted her to remove the videos.

“Friends called him and I think it definitely affected his life, so I took them out for now,” she said in a video posted Tuesday and widely reposted in local Chinese media.

“Thank you all for your attention … I hope the epidemic will end soon and my single sisters will find a relationship soon as well.”

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