Looking back, I would have loved to know what I was getting myself into or at least some advice on navigating Chinese dating culture.
Since my experience was limited to just my husband, I got some additional input from two American bloggers living in China: Jocelyn Eikenburg writes Speaking Of China and Jo Kelly-Bai writes Life Behind The Wall.
The ticket price was 100,000 yuan, (,600); 21 single women and 22 single men attended.
Ladies took part in a wedding gown show and also sang, danced, even cooked for their moneyed suitors during a talent program.
Beijing, China (CNN) -- In China it can be hard for millionaires to find love. "These people are very excellent themselves, which leads to their high standards for partners," Xu said.
Even the government sees helping men find love as a priority.
"The difference between us from other dating sites is we only focus on high-level clients -- those with a high social status or superior physical condition.
We don't focus on the mass general public." Golden Bachelor says it has 5 million registered members and employs psychologists and special matchmaking consultants to personally assist multi-millionaires in their pursuit of romance.
And then there also are the so-called "love hunters" -- staff who travel around the country in search of China's most beautiful bachelorettes to bring to the lavish matchmaking parties the company throws.
The last one was on December 20 in Beijing in a luxury hotel.