Mr Mei, the father of a three-year-old girl, confessed that a few male members, though wealthy, don't have much taste and don't know how to woo women.When asked why they like Chinese men, the female members, mainly university students, were not shy.'We really like Chinese men.He said: 'Some people have accused our club as a human trafficking ring or even international prostitution group.I want to stress that this is definitely not the case.'Everyone has the right to find happiness.Karalina said she's looking forward to moving to China as long as her boyfriend truly loves her.Mr Mei said Ulove Club currently has around 75 male members, who are mainly middle-class businessmen from major Chinese cities, and more than 300 female members, who are all Ukrainian.
Although the couple don't speak the same language, Mr Li said it's not a problem.'Sometimes, love is a matter of the expression in the eyes, a hand gesture or a simplest word,' he explained, adding that he's learning Russian and Karalina is learning Mandarin.
She is tall, blonde and a typical beauty in the eyes of Chinese people.
Mr Mei told Mail Online that he decided to set up Ulove club after many men in China started asking him how they could find a wife as beautiful as his.
An entrepreneur has set up a dating club to help 'exceptional' bachelors from the Far East find Ukrainian girlfriends through monthly speed-dating events.
China-born Kharkiv-based Mei Aisi, 35, became an internet sensation in his motherland after sharing pictures of his Ukrainian wife, Daria Mei, on social media platforms.'Chinese people couldn't believe a guy as ugly and academically unsuccessful as me could have a gorgeous wife like that,' said Mr Mei, who moved to Ukraine in 2001 to look for a new life after failing his university entrance examination in China.