International news media, CNN, has shared the love story of a Cameroonian lady and her Chinese husband, in yet another China-Africa marriage story.
Sandra Made and Zou Qianshun are, in many ways, like millions of newly married couples around the world. Made, 27, is a housewife who looks after their 10-month-old baby, while Zou, 43, is a fishing captain and the family breadwinner.
But in China, they have become an online sensation.
The couple began live-streaming funny skits of their home life on Chinese social media platform, Kuaishou, in February. They now have 120,000 followers.
Made says their videos are popular because people are not used to seeing an African woman with a Chinese man.
“Everyone loves Sandra and thinks she’s outgoing,” says Zou. The couple makes about 5,000 yuan ($727) a month through virtual gifts donated by fans on the site, which can be exchanged for money, he adds.
See more photos of the couple below: