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Interview: Hong Kong transgender doctor on discrimination in the workplace
Andie Wu speaks out about the challenges of navigating the Hong Kong workplace as a transgender individual and the importance of gender recognition
July 11, 2019
Why Taiwan LGBT vote must not make Hong Kong lose heart on gay rights
Hong Kong and China are officially non-religious, so why would the Hong Kong government acquiesce to religious values?Our identity, or our pursuit of the right to love, is not defined by other people’s votes
November 27, 2018
Runners inspire LGBT community to be visible in Hong Kong after fourth place finish at The Great Relay
OutRunners give members of the LGBT community an active outlet if they want more than just clubs and bars

November 07, 2018
Hong Kong Pride Parade organisers expect record crowd, with theme of legal equality for local LGBT community in 2018
Event will take place on November 17, with organisers expecting 12,000 marchers. Theme highlights all forms of legal equality LGBT community lacks in Hong Kong
November 07, 2018
Hong Kong will now allow gay expat couples to get spousal visas
The Hong Kong government said today (Sept. 18) that it would grant dependent visas to legally recognized gay couples the same way it does for married heterosexual couples.
September 18, 2018
2022 Gay Games: the man behind Hong Kong's winning bid to host the event
Coming out I knew for a long time before I came out that I was gay, or at least that I was different. It was one of the reasons I was always picked last in gym class. I was sporty, but I acted different to the other boys and
August 10, 2018
Pop star Ellen Joyce Loo was trailblazer for Hong Kong’s LGBT community and broke down stigma around mental illness
On Sunday, the Hong Kong pop star died from a suspected suicide. Reporter Vivienne Chow looks back on her last meeting with the singer, where she appeared to have come to terms with her sexuality and bipolar disorder
August 07, 2018

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