From what I've seen all they do is pre-occupy themselves with testing Asian stereotypes to see if they're true or not, these are things that White people can relate to...i.e White interpretation of Asians through non-Asian spectacles, that is precisely how White girls look at Asian culture and the exact reason why they find Russell Peter's amusing and why they slant their eyes for their Chinese boyfriend.
There's an attuning mismatch in Asian male expectations of yellow fever girls behaviour to his culture and what yellow fever girls think Asian men or Asian culture is about.
You might argue this one was free, but its not really - its free to see how many girls said yes, but you cant find out whether they're the ones you liked - it doesnt give you your matches until you pay the 20 quid. I'm sure it's just as boring for them to watch my eyes roll as it is for me to listen to this.' 'Beware Chinese Speed Dating is not for the faint hearted, you will see how two-faced some of these girls actually are, they may be pretty, smile and sound as if they are interested in you, but the next day when you get your results you will see that you are on their reject list, and they don't even want to be a friend at least?!
Most mainlanders and Taiwanese won't know who Peter Chao is, 80-90% of his fans on Facebook are non-Chinese, most yellow fever girls like him, yellow fever girls also seem to love Russell Peters, an Canadian Indian stand up comedian who incessantly ridicules Chinese using stereotypes through the eyes of non-Chinese folks like himself.
Yellow fever girls also appear to love Wong Fu Productions...
Like many westerners living in the Far East, a large section were unpopular oddballs in their own western country so they seek out a new home.
The internet allows them to fill this cultural void, indulging in delusional nerdy otaku sub-culture.
All friendly and pleasant, but whether they 'tick' you is another story.