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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has revealed that 1.2million ten to 19-year-olds died in 2015 - more than 3,000 a day.
Road accidents accounted for one in ten (115,302) deaths with three-quarters of these teenage boys.Globally, male teens were twice as likely to die in a car-related incident then girls.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.FIT A BLACK BOX Not only can black boxes make it cheaper to insure younger drivers, they can also ensure that they keep to the speed limits and drive sensibly.
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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.
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.
Before that, he had already had a trading company and a bronze valve factory in Ukraine.'Compared to Ukrainian men, Chinese men are better husbands,' said Mei Aisi, who referred to Ukraine as 'a land of beauties'.'Ukrainian men often have male chauvinism. This happened to my wife's sister.'In comparison, Chinese men know how to care for their families.'Based in Kharkiv, the second largest city of Ukraine, Ulove is a match-making agency that connects talented Ukrainian women with exceptional Chinese men, according to Mr Mei.