This article focuses on how it's become a necessity for Korean men (farmers and other non-urban dwellers mainly) to find a foreign bride. For a country so proud of their homogeneity, this influx of foreign brides…and mothers…may be causing some concerns about future generations. BUT in an interesting turn of events….Vietnamese brides now want to marry urban Korean men…and urban Korean men want Vietnamese wives who are more likely to fulfill traditional wifely roles.
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China to crackdown on trafficking in 'foreign brides'... (Women are) persuaded to have a wedding in Vietnam, then (the marriage brokers) charge their male client 30,000 to 50,000 yuan ($4,900 to $8,150) as a service charge," said Wang. The newspaper said some Vietnamese girls were forced to become prostitutes in coastal or border areas of China such as Guangdong province.
The royal harem, an institution in ancient Egypt which appears to have had no counterpart in the private sector of those times, was not only the home of those most favored wives of the king, but also provided a patronage for the loose and unattached women of the court, including unmarried and widowed sisters, daughters and other family members of the king, foreign brides, high born Egyptian women, and numerous concubines of relatively humble birth
China to crackdown on trafficking in 'foreign brides' BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese police will clamp down on websites that sell men group tours to meet "foreign brides" in Southeast Asian countries, as the practice leads to human trafficking and prostitution, the state-run China Daily reported on Monday.