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Vietnamese brides’ life in China   [Copy link] 中文

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Twenty-three brides have married to a town named Linqi in Henan province. One of them is Chui from the Liang family. The local Chinese people commended that she looks pretty, understands Chinese well and knows how to make a living. However, she has yet to acquire a permanent residency in China.

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Liu Weihua is the first man to marry a Vietnamese girl in the village. He met a local girl when he was working in Vietnam. The two fell in love quickly and decided to get married.

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Vietnamese bries in Linqi Town, Henan province.

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Xiaoying is married to a man in Chongqing. Although she is from Vietnam, she can already speak fluent Chongqing dialect and cooks Mapo Tofu well. Her favourite food is hot pot.

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In Vietnam, the government does not forbid a man from marrying several wives. Thus, marrying to China has been a dream for some Vietnamese girls.

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However, not all Vietnamese brides can be as happy as they want. Xiaofang has been married to Changzhou, Jiangsu province for 12 years. Unfortunately, she remarried twice, and was homeless with mental disorder. Now she wants to go back home, but the hospital cannot contact her family due to the wrong address she wrote.

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