Video: Gruesome Singapore – Vietnamese Bride “Shops”

In the video, a Vietnamese bride can be “purchased” on-the-spot for S$10,000. The girl on the right was only 18-years-old when she was sold to a 35 year-old Singaporean man who went to the matchmaking agency to choose his bride together with his mom.

Vietnamese Mail Order Bride (Singapore)

Todays, 31th March 2009 Singapore Expat News come from “Alvinology“.

You will soon or later find out that there is something like the “Dark Side” of Singapore. This is one of its parts, the Vietnamese Bride Ordering. Even in the “first-world-country” of Singapore, you can still walk into one of these shops and on the spot “purchase” your new wife for around 10.000$.
The link includes a video of a recent documentary about this business in Singapore.

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How else can a blue collar local man earning $1300 a month find a female companion to start a family? If the man belongs to this demographic, it is nearly impossible to find a local lady willing to accept him.

For the Vietnamese lady, she got herself out of poverty. As along as she is aware of her rights, she is well protected by Singapore’s Women’s Charter. We don’t have to worry for her.

Given time, such marriages can work. The stigma of “buying” a wife is what threatens to ruin this marriage.


Behind this foggy area, its nothing more then medieval slave-trading for me…sorry, but living in the 21st century, there shouldnt exist anything near to “selling human beings” any more in my opinion.


KM: Are you sure foreign women are so well-protected in Singapore? Wasn’t there news not long ago about a foreign bride who got stuck in Singapore because a loser Singaporean man who bought her decided to sleep with her for one night and then “refunded” her by dumping her at the bride agency?

Women are the vulnerable ones because of patriarchy.. they are bought and sold like objects all over the world. Especially in an Asian country like Singapore where political figures clearly stated is a patriarchal one and unabashedly so.

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