It's definitely worth spending (the amount) to find the love of my life,' Mr Li told Mail Online.
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.
Some of the romantic messages read 'would you like to have a cute Eurasian baby' and 'I'm learning Chinese hard so that I can treat your ears with sweet words'.
Ulove's female members hold signboards as advertisement as they appear on the club's official account on Chinese social media.
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.They are really generous and considerate,' said two female members, twins Alia and Nika, during an interview with Arrow Factory. Totally different from Ukrainian guys,' they added.