A Chinese woman was trapped for days at her blind date’s home after an unexpected lockdown was decreed due to the increase in coronavirus cases in Zhengzhou.
The 30-year-old woman, identified only by her last name Wang, arranged for Meet at your blind date for dinner on January 6 in Zhengzhou, a city in central China that is dealing with a coronavirus outbreak.
Just as Wang was preparing to return home, he learned that the entire neighborhood had entered a lockdownrevealed.
A) Yes, the woman stayed at her date’s house for days. He published his experiences on social networks through videos of her unexpected experience, showing her date cooking for her, sweeping the floor, and working on her computer. The images quickly went viral, and Wang’s encounter became one of the top trending topics on Weibo, the Chinese platform similar to Twitter.
Wang had recently returned to Zhengzhou from the southern city of Guangzhou, before the Lunar New Year, and spent a week meeting potential suitors her family had groomed for her, as he told the state media outlet on Tuesday The Paper.
“During the quarantine, I feel that he, apart from being reticent as a wooden mannequin, in everything else is quite good. Cook, clean the house and work. Although his cooking is not very good, he is still willing to spend time in the kitchen, I think that is great”He told The Paper about his date.
“Right now I’m still in the man’s house. He is an inarticulate person, honest and does not speak much. After my video became trending (on Weibo), some friends started calling him. I think it has affected his life. That is why I have removed it”, He explained about a publication that he later hid.
“Thank you all for your attention. I hope the pandemic ends soon and single girls can find a relationship soon, ”said Wang. It is unknown if she is still confined to her date’s home.
Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province, has reported more than 100 cases of COVID-19 in its current outbreak. Authorities closed all non-essential businesses on Tuesday, banned eating in restaurants and suspended buses and taxis in high-risk areas.
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