A couple holds lai see from elderly family members during a Chinese wedding. In August, Hong Kong’s Court of Appeal ruled that the city’s mini-constitution granted access to the institution of marriage only to opposite sex partners and that the government had no obligation to recognise same-sex unions. Shutterstock.
A couple holds lai see from elderly family members during a Chinese wedding. In August, Hong Kong’s Court of Appeal ruled that the city’s mini-constitution granted access to the institution of marriage only to opposite sex partners and that the government had no obligation to recognise same-sex unions. Shutterstock.
Hong Kong

Letters | On sexual diversity, Hong Kong must find a path grounded in traditional Chinese values

  • Readers discuss appeals for Hong Kong to embrace same-sex marriage and the Gay Games, and the growing ranks of rule-breakers in the city

A couple holds lai see from elderly family members during a Chinese wedding. In August, Hong Kong’s Court of Appeal ruled that the city’s mini-constitution granted access to the institution of marriage only to opposite sex partners and that the government had no obligation to recognise same-sex unions. Shutterstock.
A couple holds lai see from elderly family members during a Chinese wedding. In August, Hong Kong’s Court of Appeal ruled that the city’s mini-constitution granted access to the institution of marriage only to opposite sex partners and that the government had no obligation to recognise same-sex unions. Shutterstock.
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