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Their assailants were described as European rather than New Zealanders, although accents mean little in a country open to immigration by people from all nationalities.
It is not only Thai women that are responsible for the imbalance between marriageable men and women in New Zealand, and figures show that other Asians such as Filipinos, and also European women have pushed this imbalance to 9% more women aged 30 to 34 than men.
Many of these come as immigrants, and many of the young women marry New Zealand or European men and settle in the country.
This reduces the number of eligible men available to New Zealand born women, and much of this inflow involves "Thai Brides".
Instead he found it to be due to immigration of an excessive number of women, predominantly Asian, and the largest group of which were Thai.
There has also been excessive immigration of women from Germany, Canada and the USA, who are believed to have stated their ethnicity as ' European' or perhaps 'African', although while there was a surplus of 'European' women, there was not of Africans.
So, while Thai women are not the only problem, they are the individual group claimed to be contributing most to the problem. Paul Callister of the Labour Department, this situation could be connected to the changing labour needs of the country.
Current tension between Thai women and New Zealand women is what any red blooded New Zealand guy would love: fights between women wanting to marry them!
Some experts have suggested that the shortage of marriageable men in New Zealand and the growing trend among New Zealand men to marry Thai women is leading to a tension between key groups of women in New Zealand and Thai women living the country.
The imbalance between young New Zealand women and marriageable is caused by a number of reasons, including work available and immigration policy, but it has led to cases of both verbal and physical abuse of Thai women.
This is not the always the case, however, and the infamous Thai 'sin sod', or dowry, is frequently symbolic only.
It is often returned to the couple in whole or in part after the marriage ceremony.Nor is this difference due to New Zealand men moving to Australia, since there has been no change in the ratio of Kiwi men to women in Australia.