Pakistani women sold as brides in China, lingering impact of one-child policy

"He took my passport and said, 'How can you escape? I bought you in Pakistan, you belong to me. You are my property.'" Natasha, a victim of forced marriage to a Chinese man, managed to escape a lifetime enduring what is the fate of many Pakistani girls and young women sold as brides to compensate for the lack of females in China, a lingering impact of the one-child policy that was abolished in 2015.