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On the surface, my programme is about matchmaking; essentially it involves social issues including family education, social values, male chauvinism or feminism.

In grade school, female classmates asked why he planned to be The Thing for Halloween instead of a princess, as they all were.

And after seeing The Incredibles, he asked everyone to call him Dash, a male character in the film. “At first we thought these were preferences, that this child was confused,” says Wren’s mother, Wen Kauffman.

Chinese entrepreneur-turned-director Zhang Wei is becoming known for naturalistic portrayals of the marginalised in China’s rapidly changing society, including “Factory Boss,” about a factory owner who desperately takes on low margin jobs from Western conglomerates to keep his business afloat, and “Destiny” (“Xi He”) the tale of an autistic boy’s struggle to get an education.

“Boss” won the best actor prize for actor Yao Anlian at the 2014 Montreal World Film Festival.