Jiab Uthaisong, 32, and Tai Sripan, 30, were verbally abused and then Ms Sripan punched, bruising an eye and damaging the eye socket.
She was treated in a local hospital, and both women spoke about the racial abuse that Thai women are experiencing in the country.
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.
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.
Set up your FREE profile today and instantly explore thousands of profiles, browse images, send flirts, and start connecting with attractive local singles!Also, some Thai women are being verbally and occasionally physically assaulted by New Zealand women.It was reported recently that two Thai women were assaulted in Nelson, a city on the eastern shore of Tasman Bay in South Island.New Zealand is attracting the immigration of beautiful young Thai women seeking husbands, and the women of New Zealand don't like it.
In fact, the problem is fairly serious one that should not be made light of, since the influx of women from Thailand is leading to an increase in the number of single or sole mothers, there being insufficient marriageable New Zealand men to go round.
This is higher than any other industrialised country in the world.