A rainbow flag flies at the Pride Parade assembly in Central on November 16, 2019. Acceptance of marriage equality among Hong Kong’s pro-establishment politicians and business community would help rehabilitate the city’s battered image. Photo: Felix Wong A rainbow flag flies at the Pride Parade assembly in Central on November 16, 2019. Acceptance of marriage equality among Hong Kong’s pro-establishment politicians and business community would help rehabilitate the city’s battered image. Photo: Felix Wong
A rainbow flag flies at the Pride Parade assembly in Central on November 16, 2019. Acceptance of marriage equality among Hong Kong’s pro-establishment politicians and business community would help rehabilitate the city’s battered image. Photo: Felix Wong
Brian YS Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian YS Wong

How embracing marriage equality can revive Hong Kong’s image

  • The political establishment, from pro-government parties to businesses, should embrace same-sex marriage as it is in their political and economic self-interest
  • As societies grow more tolerant on LGBT issues, Hong Kong cannot afford to appear out of touch and fall behind in the race for global talent

A rainbow flag flies at the Pride Parade assembly in Central on November 16, 2019. Acceptance of marriage equality among Hong Kong’s pro-establishment politicians and business community would help rehabilitate the city’s battered image. Photo: Felix Wong A rainbow flag flies at the Pride Parade assembly in Central on November 16, 2019. Acceptance of marriage equality among Hong Kong’s pro-establishment politicians and business community would help rehabilitate the city’s battered image. Photo: Felix Wong
A rainbow flag flies at the Pride Parade assembly in Central on November 16, 2019. Acceptance of marriage equality among Hong Kong’s pro-establishment politicians and business community would help rehabilitate the city’s battered image. Photo: Felix Wong
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