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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.On Tuesday, the Farnells said they never asked Ms Pattaramon to have an abortion, that they did not know Gammy had Down syndrome and that they only left the baby boy in Thailand because they were told he was going to die.There are currently no tests to see if new parents are convicted paedophiles and local authorities do not automatically investigate the parents of children born overseas, except for authorities in the state of Victoria.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.The lawyer, who works with Australians who are trying to have children from every state, said he always asks people who come to him for help in going through surrogacy overseas if they have criminal convictions as he doesn't want to 'facilitate paedophilia'.
Stephen Page is one of Australia's top surrogacy lawyers and has dealt with hundreds of parents seeking surrogacy overseas.
Mr Mei told Mail Online: 'Chinese people couldn't believe a guy as ugly and academically unsuccessful as me could have a gorgeous wife like that.' He has set up a dating agency to help bachelors from the Far East look for East European wives through speed-dating events The businessman's daily posts about his wife and their daughter, Alice Mei, have made him some sort of a celebrity.
Mr Mei's wife, 23-year-old Daria, is a professional opera singer and 12 years his junior.
Ms Chanbua told Daily Mail Australia from the hospital south of Bangkok where Gammy, who has Down syndrome, is being treated that although she has concerns after learning of David Farnell's past, she doesn't believe he will harm his own daughter.
The revelations of the extent of his criminal convictions come as the surrogacy agency handling the Gammy case, claims that the Thai surrogate mother of the Down syndrome boy had agreed to take care of the baby after his disability prompted confusion about the surrogacy agreement.
The only obstacle the Australian couple would have faced in bringing the child home to Australia is a DNA test with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.