Bai Shao, Bai Ji, and Bai Su, daughters of a Chinese medicine practitioner named Bai Shou Cheng, are all troubled with relationship problems. Bai Shao and Bai Su don't want to carry on their father's occupation, so they decide to wait until their father remarries, goes to America to start his new life, and then they'll work on their lives. Bai Shao started a fake relationship with Lu Liu An, who is younger than her. Bai Ji's husband is having an affair and decides to divorce her. Bai Su somehow falls in love with a much older man whose profession is also related to the medical field. Within each relationship, there are new problems arising. Seeing his daughters trapped in troubled situations, Bai Shou Cheng decides to stay and delays his trip to America in order to help his daughters achieve happiness.

Would You Marry Me? - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Chinese

Status: In Development

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 2016-12-09

Would You Marry Me? - Tell Me You Love Me (song) - Netflix

“Tell Me You Love Me” is a song by American singer and songwriter Demi Lovato. It was written by Kirby Lauryen, Stint and John Hill, with production handled by the latter two. It was initially released through Hollywood, Island and Safehouse Records on August 24, 2017, as the first promotional single from Lovato's sixth studio album of the same name (2017). It was released as the second and final single from the album on November 14, 2017. The song impacted hot adult contemporary radios on January 22, 2018.

Would You Marry Me? - Credits and personnel - Netflix

Recording and management Recorded at Rodeo Recordings (Santa Monica, California) and Venice Way Studios (North Vancouver, BC, Canada) Vocals recorded at Jungle City Studios (New York City) Mixed at MixStar Studios (Virginia Beach, Virginia) Mastered at Sterling Sound Studios (New York City) Published by Rodeoman Music (GMR), EMI April Music, WB Music Corp. (ASCAP), Roc Nation Music (ASCAP), A Song A Day (ASCAP), Stint Music Publishing (SOCAN) Personnel Demi Lovato – lead vocals John Hill – production, bass, drums, guitar, horn, piano, programming Stint – production, bass, drums, guitar, horn, piano, programming Mitch Allan – vocal production Scott Robinson – additional vocal production Rob Cohen – recording, editing Zeke Mishanec – vocals recording Serban Ghenea – mixing John Hanes – mixing engineering Dave Palmer – keyboards Kirby Lauryen – background vocals Chris Gehringer – mastering Will Quinnell – mastering Credits adapted from the liner notes of Tell Me You Love Me.

Would You Marry Me? - References - Netflix