Dress to impress: The female members, who are 20 years old in average, wear glamorous makeup and evening dresses while the male members travel from China especially
Good times: Male and female members at the Ulove club dance together during a speed-dating event held at a luxurious golf club in Kharkiv, a largely-Russian speaking city
High expectation also comes with high price tags.Deep-pocketed bachelors first pay a 96,000 yuan (£11,000) annual membership fee - or 300,000 yuan (£34,600) as VIPs - before spending an extra 69,000 yuan (£8,000) on each dating event held at a luxurious golf club in Kharkiv. Mr Mei, the father of a three-year-old girl, confessed that though many male members are wealthy, they don't have much taste and don't know how to woo women.Mr Mei said once he had to stop a man from wearing a gaudy gold belt to one event. He said the man had hoped to use the bling accessory to impress women, but he made him buy a new 'more appropriate' outfit.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/10/13/17/454CF6F300000578-4970566-image-a-54_1507910436574.jpgOne of the female members told a reporter from Arrow Factory that she wants to find a partner through the club with whom she could travel the world and have a lot of children
Two Ukrainian women, who are a set of twins, told the reporter from Arrow Factory that they really like Chinese men because they are generous, considerate and adorable
A third female member wanted to tell the reporter in Mandarin that she hopes to visit the Great Wall of China. But what she said means 'I'm going to build the Great Wall'
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/10/13/17/452BB90400000578-4970566-image-a-53_1507910412273.jpghttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/10/13/17/452BB90000000578-4970566-image-m-52_1507910398531.jpgUlove's female members hold signboards as advertisement as they appear on the club's official account on Chinese social media. 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
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/10/13/17/452BB83C00000578-4970566-image-a-61_1507910481385.jpghttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/10/13/17/452BB83500000578-4970566-image-m-60_1507910468737.jpgApparently, 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