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Pakistani brides rue marrying 'rich' Chinese. When the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was launched in 2015, it took Pakistan by storm.
It was called a game-changer, a lifeline for the growth of tourism and job opportunities in Pakistan and the wider region. Universities across the country started teaching the Chinese language as the government focused on increased employment through the multibillion-dollar project.
Alongside the win-win situation came the matrimony advertisements.
"Long live Pak-China friendship! Attention honorable Christians," stated a banner erected in Youhanabad, the largest Christian locality in Lahore. "Proposals of deserving, poor and good families are urgently required for China. Chinese family will bear all expenses. Education is not a problem."
The first CPEC wedding gained media coverage in 2017 when a Twitter user posted photos of a pastor conducting a marriage ceremony for a Chinese man with a Pakistani Christian woman from Lahore. The hype influenced Mehak Perwaiz, 18, when she met some Chinese guests at a marriage ceremony in Faisalabad, a Punjabi city, last November. The beautician received a wedding proposal in a telephone call three days later.
"A local wedding agent showed us three foreigners. Song Guoqing, one of the candidates, was interested in starting a cosmetics business. I was told he was Christian and needed a Pakistani wife to aid documentation," Perwaiz told ucanews.com.
"Despite his defective leg, I agreed for the future of my five siblings. Also, we had lost hope in my father, a drug addict tuk-tuk driver who preferred staying at home."
Perwaiz married Guoqing in a wedding hall on Nov. 19. "There was not time for preparations or verifications. They only required a medical fitness certificate. We were given 25,000 rupees (US$179) for bridal shopping. I had only one evening to select my dresses," she said.
"My passport was made urgently. In preparation for visa queries, Guoqing asked me to cite Facebook interaction for falling in love."
However, their quickfire relationship started deteriorating during the honeymoon.
"We lived in a rented apartment in Lahore with seven other Chinese-Pakistani couples. A mobile app helped us in conversations. That's where I discovered that my husband has a paralyzed left arm. He hated visiting his new in-laws and even scolded me for visiting my parents," said Perwaiz.
"The apartment was a beautiful prison. He was mentally unstable, oblivious of personal hygiene. Accusing me of flirting with other boys, he used to check my mobile. He even complained to my parents about my rudeness. The Christian girls used to discuss their loneliness."
Together with her friend, also married to a Chinese national, Perwaiz took refuge in a shelter house before Christmas. She is now part of SAD, a social media group created by Christian women struggling to divorce their Chinese husbands.
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