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A photo taken of her during that time shows her face puffy and eyes dazed.“Before this happened, Phyu was so happy and active,” said Daw Aye Oo, her mother. She cried but the trafficker told her to stop because she needed to look pretty for her potential husband.“I said I didn’t want to get married,” Phyu said. At first, Gao Ji, her husband, also locked her in a room without any internet. But as the days passed, he began to trust her and allowed her to use social media, including We Chat, the Chinese social media platform. Gao’s mother, who lived with them, fretted that Nyo was too thin to bear children.
“But they gave her something to make her forget and trigger her sexuality. She doesn’t know she is ruined.”Nyo, also now 17, refused to take any pills. There were stops at guesthouses along the border and a story about the heavy rain closing the restaurant where they were supposed to work. After more than 10 days in transit, the idea of working in a restaurant receded from their futures, Nyo said. “I wanted to go home.”A Human Rights Watch report released this year described the forces that have galvanized bride trafficking from Myanmar to China: “A porous border and lack of response by law enforcement agencies on both sides created an environment in which traffickers flourish.”Neither girl remembers a border crossing, but suddenly they were in China. She made her foreign daughter-in-law fortifying rice porridge, thick wheat noodles and steamed buns.
She and Phyu tried to run away twice, but they didn’t know where to go. Some pointed at one girl, some at the other.“I had a sense I was being sold, but I could not escape,” Phyu said. The girls were split up, each paired with a supposed husband, although no marriage paperwork was ever filled out, to their knowledge. “The buildings were so tall that I couldn’t see the tops,” she said. Yuan tried to communicate by using his phone as a translation device, but Phyu refused to speak. In the evenings, he would come in and inject her arm and then force her to have sex, she said.“I felt numb,” Phyu said. He smoked.”Eventually, she pretended to be happy, Phyu said, and the injections stopped. Yuan followed her everywhere, even to the bathroom. With her phone, Nyo secretly filmed what she could to determine her whereabouts: a drive on the back of Mr. Located on China’s central plains, Henan is one of the country’s most populous provinces, with about 100 million people, double Myanmar’s population.
The traffickers caught them and locked them in a room. After a long train ride, Phyu thought she had ended up in Beijing. Another time, they went to an amusement park with Mr. Gao’s scooter, the license plate of the family car, the entrance to their two-story house. In the 2005 national census, Henan reported one of the widest gender disparities in China, with 142 boys born for every 100 girls.
Someone also injected her arm with something, she said. She learned the passcode to her husband’s phone, and when he was drunk at night she called her mother through a social media app.“I was glad to see her, but she didn’t look like herself,” Ms. “She said, ‘Ma, I’ve been sold.’”Nyo wasn’t sure where she had been taken in China, but she was determined to find out.
At the height of the gender imbalance in 2004, 121 boys were born in China for every 100 girls, according to Chinese population figures.
To cope, Chinese men have begun importing wives from nearby countries, sometimes by force.“Bride trafficking is very common here in Shan State,” said Zaw Min Tun, a member of the police anti-human-trafficking task force in Lashio, a town in northern Shan.
(Some baby girls were not reported to the authorities, so the real disparity is likely to be lower, and China’s population control measures have now been relaxed.)The area around Xiangcheng has a history of importing trafficked women.
This year, three women from Myanmar and one from Vietnam were rescued there, Henan news media reported. It turned out that Phyu was in Xiangcheng, too, not Beijing.
Nyo, a girl from a mountain village in the Shan hills of Myanmar, wasn’t quite sure how pregnancy worked. The baby, 9 days old and downy, looks undeniably Chinese. “The same lips.”“Chinese,” she added, like a curse.