Women Come to Grips With Being Sold Into Slavery as Girls
After 28 years, Cao Xiaoqin still vividly remembers watching fireworks from her hiding place in a freezing rice paddy on the eve of Lunar New Year when she was only 7.
Cao (not her real name) was fleeing mistreatment and abuse in the southeastern city of Putian, Fujian province, at the hands of her adopted parents who had bought her as a child laborer in Changle county in a deal brokered via a “matchmaker.”
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