Leung’s marriage falls outside of the Civil Service Bureau’s regulations that defines marriage as a union between “one man and one woman”. In Asia, Taiwan is expected to be the first country to recognise same-sex marriage next month. Photo: Reuters Leung’s marriage falls outside of the Civil Service Bureau’s regulations that defines marriage as a union between “one man and one woman”. In Asia, Taiwan is expected to be the first country to recognise same-sex marriage next month. Photo: Reuters
Leung’s marriage falls outside of the Civil Service Bureau’s regulations that defines marriage as a union between “one man and one woman”. In Asia, Taiwan is expected to be the first country to recognise same-sex marriage next month. Photo: Reuters

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Leung’s marriage falls outside of the Civil Service Bureau’s regulations that defines marriage as a union between “one man and one woman”. In Asia, Taiwan is expected to be the first country to recognise same-sex marriage next month. Photo: Reuters Leung’s marriage falls outside of the Civil Service Bureau’s regulations that defines marriage as a union between “one man and one woman”. In Asia, Taiwan is expected to be the first country to recognise same-sex marriage next month. Photo: Reuters
Leung’s marriage falls outside of the Civil Service Bureau’s regulations that defines marriage as a union between “one man and one woman”. In Asia, Taiwan is expected to be the first country to recognise same-sex marriage next month. Photo: Reuters
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