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They speak little Chinese, have few local friends and don't enjoy the same social and medical benefits that ordinary Chinese have. She asked to be identified by only her surname, Kim.They stay because of their half-Chinese children.'My 10-year-old son knows his friends' (North Korean) mothers have all fled, so he's very obedient to me because he worries I could leave him too,' said another North Korean woman from a village near where S. Chinese authorities, including the Ministry of Public Security in Beijing and police in the three provinces closest to North Korea where most of the women end up, did not respond to requests to comment on the plight of the trafficked brides.The women who stay live with the worry of being arrested and repatriated to North Korea.They avoid traveling because they say authorities in recent years require citizens to show their ID cards before leaving the area.Because the women have been trafficked to China, they are living in the country illegally and have never officially married their husbands. A widow from a city near Pyongyang, North Korea's capital, she didn't even give her two sons a proper goodbye when she left for China, thinking she would be able to quickly return home after making some money.Some of the women chose to stay, fearful of what might happen to them if they try to escape, and preferring their new life to the one they left behind - dangerous and abusive though it might be. Instead a broker sold her to her new husband for 14,000 yuan (,100).Their plight is largely ignored, partly because the women almost never agree to interviews.The Associated Press spoke with seven trafficked North Korean women and three Chinese husbands.
She said her daughter's biological father is actually North Korean and that she didn't know she was pregnant when she was sold to her Chinese husband in 2006 for 19,000 yuan (,860).Others flee a second time, this time to South Korea, where settlement money is provided and there is the guarantee of citizenship. Though the now 53-year-old said she was treated well by her Chinese husband - and the two have a daughter together - she was never able to forget her North Korean children who she last saw in 2006.One day, saddened and frustrated, she swallowed a box of sleeping pills in a suicide attempt.She could have met a better husband.'Two other North Korean women interviewed in western Liaoning province said their husbands treated them well, but others described abuse.One former bride who fled to South Korea said her Chinese husband tied her to a post for hours after she once tried to escape.
When she was revived she said she began to realize that her half-Chinese daughter needed her. 'What matters is not breaking up our family.'Her 55-year-old husband and his relatives sold hogs and corn to pay brokers to check on S. They found that her brother was raising her sons and S.