Hong Kong immigration officer Angus Leung’s quest for the same spousal benefits for his partner that heterosexual couples employed by the government receive was denied by the Court of Appeal earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong immigration officer Angus Leung’s quest for the same spousal benefits for his partner that heterosexual couples employed by the government receive was denied by the Court of Appeal earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
Hong Kong immigration officer Angus Leung’s quest for the same spousal benefits for his partner that heterosexual couples employed by the government receive was denied by the Court of Appeal earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
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When it comes to same-sex marriage, equality does not have to mean the same rights

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    Hong Kong immigration officer Angus Leung’s quest for the same spousal benefits for his partner that heterosexual couples employed by the government receive was denied by the Court of Appeal earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong Hong Kong immigration officer Angus Leung’s quest for the same spousal benefits for his partner that heterosexual couples employed by the government receive was denied by the Court of Appeal earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
    Hong Kong immigration officer Angus Leung’s quest for the same spousal benefits for his partner that heterosexual couples employed by the government receive was denied by the Court of Appeal earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
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