Love is Color Blind

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Love is Color Blind

Year: 2017
Genre: Lifestyle

Can interracial couples thrive? Specifically, what about chinese-caucasian couples? Love is Color Blind sets up to explore the many shades of inter-cultural love! 

Episodes

Episode 1

Can interracial couples thrive? Specifically, what about chinese-caucasian couples? Love is Color Blind sets up to explore the many shades of inter-cultural love! In this episode, we unveil the romantic story of Zhimei and Marcel; they seem to think that it's never too late for love!

Episode 2

Can interracial couples thrive? Specifically, what about chinese-caucasian couples? Love is Color Blind sets up to explore the many shades of inter-cultural love! In this episode, we unveil the romantic story of Stannie and Steve; against all odds, they told each other: “You’re the one!”

Episode 3

Can interracial couples thrive? Specifically, what about chinese-caucasian couples? Love is Color Blind sets up to explore the many shades of inter-cultural love! In this episode, we unveil the romantic story of Ryan & Gerald.

Episode 4

Can interracial couples thrive? Specifically, what about chinese-caucasian couples? Love is Color Blind sets up to explore the many shades of inter-cultural love! In this episode, we unveil the romantic story of Flavia and Luc-Eric; they are each other’s first love and they love discovering the world together.

Episode 5

Can interracial couples thrive? Specifically, what about chinese-caucasian couples? Love is Color Blind sets up to explore the many shades of inter-cultural love! In this episode, we unveil the romantic story of Qing Yan and Olivier; after meeting online, Olivier travelled to China and came back with Yellow Fever!

Episode 6

Can interracial couples thrive? Specifically, what about chinese-caucasian couples? Love is Color Blind sets up to explore the many shades of inter-cultural love! In this episode, we unveil the romantic story of Louis & Philippe.

 

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