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BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

Erstellt von DisainaM, 12.07.2007, 16:32 Uhr · 7 Antworten · 1.072 Aufrufe

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    BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    Farang Unterwanderung im Isaan ?
    Doch nicht nur der Isaan ist betroffen, in Bangkoks Bangrak District waren von über 6.000 Eheschließungen im letzten Jahr über 50 % Thai-Farang Ehen.
    Nun macht man sich Gedanken um einen Trend, weil jedes Jahr die Thai-Farang Ehen um 10 % zunehmen,
    und oft Probleme entstehen.
    Entwendung der gemeinsamen (Thai) Kinder durch den Farang, der sie in seine Heimat zurück nimmt.

    Unverheiratete Farangs sollten sich ranhalten,
    sonst heißt es wieder,
    wer zu spät kommt, den bestraft das Leben.

    Mixed marriages, mixed blessings
    by Montakarn Shutt

    Thailand is fast becoming the land full of foreign son-in-laws, with
    the number of cross-cultural marriages rising at around 10 per cent a
    year. But they don't always live happily ever after.


    Em, a 28-year-old Thai woman married to a British man, was deserted by
    her husband after years of constant arguments and conflict. He took
    their daughter back to England without either the mother's consent or
    a goodbye. "I cannot get a divorce from my husband because I don't
    know his whereabouts and worst of all, I don't have enough money to go
    to UK to look for my daughter," said Em, a pseudonym.


    Em is now stranded - married, traumatised and unable to get a divorce.
    She is unsure of how she can retrieve her 9-year-old daughter from a
    foreign country. Her situation is not unique.


    "There are a rising number of Thai women entering into cross-cultural
    marriages each year. This has raised concerns from several women's
    organisations about the unfairness of Thai family laws and the lack of
    legal knowledge among Thai women," said assistant professor Malee
    Pruekpongsawalee, director of Women and Youth Studies programme at
    Thammasat University.


    Following up on its reputation as the Land of Smiles, Thailand is fast
    becoming the land full of foreign son-in-laws, especially in the
    Northeastern region of the country where provinces such as Udon Thani
    and Roi Et top the list of domiciles for Thai ladies married to
    Western men, mostly from Germany, Britain and Scandinavian countries.


    A 2006 study on cross-cultural marriages of Thai women in the
    Northeast, Thailand's poorest region, funded by The National Culture
    Commission Office investigated the risks and consequences such
    marriages pose to cultural and traditional values in Thai rural areas.


    "More Isaan (Northeastern Thai) women each year marry Western men to
    improve the quality of life for their families. The marriages have
    brought them more financial independence and, even in some cases, a
    steady monthly income to their parents," said researcher Assistant
    Professor Buaphan Promphakping from Khon Kaen University.


    Cross-cultural marriages are not limited to Thailand's impoverished
    Northeast. Statistics from the Bangrak District Office in Bangkok -
    the most popular administrative centre for marriage registration whose
    name is translated from Thai as "the district of love" - showed a
    remarkably high percentage of the cross-cultural marriages registered
    last year.
    "Out of the total 6,124 married couples registered at the Bangrak
    office in 2006, about 50 per cent of them were Thai women and Western
    men. The number of cross-cultural marriages has been rising at around
    10 per cent or so every year over the past 25 years," said Putichai
    Suranaprapa, chief of Bangrak District registration office.


    Statistics at the district office also showed that in 2006, out of the
    384 registered divorces some 10 per cent were cross-cultural.
    With rising cross-cultural marriages a seemingly inevitable byproduct
    will be more cross-cultural divorces, drawing Thai women's rights
    groups to now pay more attention to the issue.


    "In cross-cultural marriages, a lot of Thai women are financially
    dependent on their foreign husbands. Compounded with limited
    interaction between the spouses because of the language barrier, Thai
    women choose silence and compliance when domestic disputes occur for
    fear of losing the marriage," said Malee of Thammasat University.
    "Most of these women are also ignorant about Thai family laws which
    still favour chauvinism in the country. And Thai women in
    cross-cultural marriages are generally unaware of the legal help
    available today due to the lack of accessible information," said
    Malee.


    Thailand's divorce laws are clearly chauvinistic. For instance, a
    husband's adultery is not grounds for divorce unless he intentionally
    flaunts the relationship to the public, while any form of adultery a
    wife engages in, even the most discreet relationship, provides grounds
    for the husband to file for divorce immediately.


    In Em's case, cited above, she can seek legal action to file for
    divorce on grounds of abandonment but the case would require a time
    and money consuming investigation in the UK, which she cannot afford.


    Thai women's rights activists have been lobbying hard to change the
    country's unfair family laws, and they recently succeeded in changing
    Thailand's .... law to include marital ..... They are now planning to
    draft proposed legislation that would provide more legal protection
    for Thai women with foreign husbands.
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    Re: BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    wer zu spät kommt, den bestraft das Leben.
    oder: "wer nicht kommt zu rechten zeit, der muss nehmen was übrig bleibt"

    aber interessanter artikel. das beste was thailand zu bieten hat sind halt die frauen

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    KKC
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    Re: BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    Was ist denn an dem Bangrak Office so besonders daß dort so viele Ehen mit Farangs geschlossen werden?

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    Re: BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    nomen est omen


    im übrigen ist

    Bangrak Soi 9
    http://www.nittaya.de/viewtopic.php?t=17503

    Symbol einer harmonischen Gegend

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    Sioux
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    Re: BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    Zitat Zitat von KKC",p="503326
    Was ist denn an dem Bangrak Office so besonders daß dort so viele Ehen mit Farangs geschlossen werden?
    Ganz einfach. Es ist das einzige Standesamt in Thailand bei dem man direkt mit der Bescheinigung von der Botschaft heiraten kann. Ueberall sonst braucht man vorher ein Papier vom th. Aussenministerium.

    Wundert mich doch sehr, dass die Quote nur 50/50 sein soll. Kann ich mir kaum vorstellen. Haette eher auf 95/05 getippt.

    Sioux

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    Re: BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    und sie sprechen dort englisch

    jedenfalls die Dame die uns verheiratete

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    thurien
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    Re: BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    [quote="Tiblo",p="503323"]
    ...das beste was thailand zu bieten hat sind halt die frauen...
    und kostengünstige burmesische/kambodschanische Wanderarbeiter (für den, der sparsam produzieren muß...)

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    Re: BKK Post - Die Multi-Kulti Ehe in Thailand

    Ich habe mit der beglaubigten Übersetzung der Botschaft auch in der Amphoe meiner Frau geheiratet.

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