Letters | Homophobic reaction to Hong Kong Gay Games, marriage equality out of step with modern society
- If Hong Kong is to progress, our bureaucrats, politicians and local churches must adapt to a new way of thinking based on inclusiveness and diversity
- At this critical moment for our city, Hong Kong does not need its leaders doing more unnecessary damage to its image
Among those who have spoken out against Hong Kong hosting the event in November next year is one of the most prominent lawmakers in the pro-establishment camp, Junius Ho Kwan-yiu, who was first elected to the Legislative Council in 2016 and is well known for his fiery political rhetoric.
However, Hong Kong has long considered itself a global metropolis with streams of money and talent flowing in from across the world. If Hong Kong is to progress any further, our bureaucrats, politicians and local churches must adapt to a new way of thinking based on the notions of inclusiveness and diversity, rather than allowing anyone to hijack the already-undermined image of Hong Kong.
Michael Leung, Kwun Tong