Woman stuck for a week at her blind date's home after city plunged into lockdown

A woman named Wang from Zhengzhou, China, went on a blind date with a man who wanted to show off his kitchen at his home before the city suddenly went into lockdown

Wang’s video from their blind date has gone viral on social media

A woman has told how she was stuck at her blind date’s house for a week after a sudden local lockdown in China.

But she says love hasn’t blossomed because he’s too quiet and his “mediocre” cooking.

A woman named Wang from Zhengzhou posted a video of their blind date, which began last Wednesday when the city went into lockdown, which has gone viral on WeChat.

She said she took a week-long trip to Zhengzhou for a series of blind dates arranged by her family and hoping to find the love of her life.

Unfortunately, she didn’t stick with her ideal man, claiming he’s “dumb as a wooden mannequin.”

Wang admitted her date was good at housekeeping

Wang told The Paper from Shanghai, “Shortly after I arrived in Zhengzhou, there was an outbreak and his community was locked down and I couldn’t go.”

She said she was on date number five of ten and that he wanted to show her his cooking skills at his home before a lockdown was declared.

Wang has shared videos with her followers of her life at home, but it seems his cooking hasn’t lived up to her high hopes as she described it as “mediocre”.

But he can be seen doing housework in a few clips, and Wang admitted it wasn’t all bad.

China has introduced strict lockdowns to slow the spread of the virus
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“Other than being as mute as a wooden mannequin, everything else[about him]is pretty good,” she told The Paper.

“Even though his food is mediocre, he’s still willing to cook, which I think is great.”

Zhengzhou has been shut down after more than 100 Covid cases were reported as China takes a tough approach to fighting the virus.

China is just weeks away from the start of the Beijing Winter Olympics and the country is trying to stem the spread of the virus with strict lockdowns, even if cases are few, as is the case in Xi’an, which has a population of 13 million Case in point, they weren’t even allowed to go out to eat.

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