"When I write, I am happy. When people read our work and accept us as human beings, we are happy," said Deni Apriyani, a domestic worker from Indonesia.
Southeast Asia's largest ride-hailing firm, Grab, said it is to train its millions of drivers to spot victims of human trafficking in one of the world's worst hit regions.
Hundreds of thousands of women from Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar have gone to China to wed. Some end up happily married; others speak of violence and forced labor.