Cardiff are owned by Malaysian businessman Vincent Tan and chief executive Ken Choo is also from that country, while chairman Mehmet Dalman was born in Cyprus.
Warnock also has a cosmopolitan dressing room with Canada, Denmark, Gabon, Iceland, the Ivory Coast, the Philippines, the Republic of Ireland and Spain represented in his squad, as well as players drawn from the home nations.
The 70-year-old has been frustrated in attempts to sign foreign players during the January transfer window, with Cardiff confirming bids have been made for Nantes striker Emiliano Sala and Nice midfielder Adrien Tameze.
“We’ve got three main targets now,” Warnock said.
“But we thought we had a midfielder (Tameze) signed last week and that fell through.
“I don’t think you can say anything until they’re actually sat in your office signing the papers.
“Agents get a sniff elsewhere, with better deals. That’s the job we’re in at the minute.”