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Then I was struck by the humanity that I found,' says Alison.She is currently working on a film documentary on Thai brides in England.
Like, you know the sexy Thai woman and older lecherous man.
'This quickly introduced me to the fact that there are many educated Thai women and families in Thailand.
Even at poorest level, people are committed to educating the younger generations.
Information from Bangkok in Thailand where registration offices record marriages between Thai Brides and foreigners show a divorce rate of 15%.
'This is well below the 50% rate we now see in western countries,' says Alison. The real goal is not to limit Thai women but the greater number of women from India and Pakistan.
A post graduate student in the UK discovered that the 'Thai Bride' she was interviewing had a higher level of education.
This is one of the conflicting reports about Thai women in the UK. A post graduate student in the north of England thinks she has at least part of the answer.'By and large the rule is that where these relationships are compatible, where both parties are sincere and of good or responsible character, then they are quite successful. The PR spins on it works well for the government,' says Alison.The night mare stories we hear of relate to relationships which are incompatible and doomed to failure in the first place.' A problem for UK men right now is that the UK government has introduced strict criteria for UK men bringing Thai wives or brides into the country as part of a larger programme to curb immigration. Alison agrees that there is a negative perception of Anglo Thai relationships in the English media.70% of Thai women in England are marriage partners or Thai brides to UK men.Alison Dewar is a postgraduate student in Newcastle. Alison began a research project on Thai brides and Thai women marrying Englishmen.She found, in addition to this, that a smaller percentage of the English men (25%) had a third level education.