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.Many of us in media are thoroughly embarrassed at how our industry is behaving. Put aside for a moment whether or not you like Donald Trump.It’s obvious some journalists and news outlets have gone completely off-the-rails.He said: 'Some people have accused our club as a human trafficking ring or even international prostitution group.
He said he had worked in Europe for a long time before and was in Ukraine studying when he got to know Karalina.'If we use the soaring property price at China's first-tier cities as a benchmark, the membership fee at Ulove is only the cost of a kitchen.The woman on the left says she wishes to sing for her other half and teach him to dance; while the one on the right says she's studying Mandarin hard Apparently, the Ukrainian women are also learning about Chinese culture in order to better communicate with their future partners.One woman (left) holds a signboard which says she's learning to cook Chinese food while the other (right) she likes Chinese people's obedience Kharkiv-born Karalina, 21, who found a Chinese boyfriend through the cub told Mail Online that compared to Ukrainian men, Chinese men are more caring. Their temperament is gentle and they are willing to spend more time with their girlfriend.'Karalina, who joined Ulove at the end of 2016, started dating Li Kefu, 35, after meeting the Chinese entrepreneur at a speed-dating event in May.Because women in Ukraine tend to marry early - usually before 23 years old - the club's female members are young, said Mr Mei.Since its establishment in December, 2016, So far, the club has organised 10 speed dating events and successfully connected more than 20 couples.
It's definitely worth spending (the amount) to find the love of my life,' Mr Li told Mail Online.