Dating asian women in new zealand
It was reported recently that two Thai women were assaulted in Nelson, a city on the eastern shore of Tasman Bay in South Island.Jiab Uthaisong, 32, and Tai Sripan, 30, were verbally abused and then Ms Sripan punched, bruising an eye and damaging the eye socket.
It takes aware of any cultural and ethnic considerations for a particular ethnic group.She was treated in a local hospital, and both women spoke about the racial abuse that Thai women are experiencing in the country.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.However, taken by nationality, there are as many as 32% more Asian women than Asian men, and the 2001 census showed that 1,506 Thai women aged 25 to 44 were living in the country, with only 564 Thai men. The corresponding ratio for Filipinos was 2.6 to 1, and for Japanese, 2.2 to 1, while for those that were classed just as 'Asian, it was 1.9 to 1.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.