A Hong Kong flag in rainbow colours flies during the Pride Parade rally in Central in November 2019. Photo: Felix Wong A Hong Kong flag in rainbow colours flies during the Pride Parade rally in Central in November 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
A Hong Kong flag in rainbow colours flies during the Pride Parade rally in Central in November 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
Brian Y. S. Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian Y. S. Wong

An economic argument for protecting transgender rights in Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong has a mixed record on trans rights, which is a shame, given its status as an international city
  • Even putting aside the well-being and safety of transgender individuals, legal protection is integral to restoring Hong Kong’s attractiveness to foreign talent

A Hong Kong flag in rainbow colours flies during the Pride Parade rally in Central in November 2019. Photo: Felix Wong A Hong Kong flag in rainbow colours flies during the Pride Parade rally in Central in November 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
A Hong Kong flag in rainbow colours flies during the Pride Parade rally in Central in November 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
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Brian Y. S. Wong

Brian Y. S. Wong

Brian Wong is a DPhil in Politics candidate at Balliol College, Oxford, a Rhodes Scholar (Hong Kong 2020), and the founding editor-in-chief of the Oxford Political Review.