Reality series shows celebrities living ordinary people's lives

Poster of  Nice to Meet You. [Photo provided to China Daily]

The second season of the reality show, Nice to Meet You, which follows celebrities as they probe the problems shared by today's urban youth, has been aired on the video-streaming platform Douyin since Wednesday.

The show's first season has invited actress Zhou Xun and Taiwan anchorwoman Aya to pay a visit to people from different walks of life and live with them for several days to present the diversity of lifestyles for the viewers. In one episode, they traveled with a female photographer to the northwest part of China to capture stunning images of the night sky. 

The first season has achieved a score of 8.6 points out of 10 on Douban, one of the country's most popular online review aggregators.

In the newly-released second season, Zhou and Aya invited some of their friends -- including comedian Li Xueqin, actor Jing Boran, and actress Zhou Yutong -- to respectively discuss topics such as housing, career plans and generation gap by exploring the trends and fashion in the urban life in Shanghai.

In the first episode, Zhou, Aya and Li took part in different social activities popular among today's youth, such as playing frisbee, participating in live action role-playing games and going to a swing dance party. They discussed the problems they faced in different social occasions.

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