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27 Nov 2017

Watch: Thousands march for Hong Kong pride

More than a dozen top diplomats and several Hong Kong legislators attended the parade.

Some 10,000 LGBT advocates and supporters marched for equality on Saturday, according to organisers.

Attendees of the city’s ninth annual pride parade celebrated a landmark court decision granted a British lesbian the right to live and work in Hong Kong with her partner and Hong Kong being chosen as the first Asian city to host the Gay Games.

Jimmy Sham Tsz-kit, a spokesman for the parade’s organisers, told the South China Morning Post he was disappointed that Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor did not accept their invitation to attend the event.

More than a dozen top diplomats, several Hong Kong legislators and the chairman of the Equal Opportunities Commission, Alfred Chan Cheung-ming joined the march from Causeway Bay’s Victoria Park to Admiralty’s Tamar Park.

Police estimated the number of attendees as 1,900.

 

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Reader's Comments

1. 2017-11-28 17:19  
in Parade, i see people carry a kind of banner
Similarity, I want psychiatric/therapist/psychologist or and law maker also to do parade by bringing banner diagnostic in many countries.

The Diagnostic ( mental illness and mental healthy) include Therapy action as like electric shock, covering:
- Terrorism
- Corruption
- Lie
- Honesty
- Bullying
- breaking Law
- low productivity
- Human Tragedy
- violence /persecution
- etc

The aim of this parade is to make psychiatric/therapist , psychologist and law maker pride of theirselves as well as to solve problems that had been for long time that may will arise in future due to increasing population.

That will also reduce expenses to solve problems , protecting police and reduce police loads.
Comment edited on 2017-11-28 17:25:26
2. 2017-11-29 00:56  
Bravo HK!
3. 2017-11-29 03:33  
One famous statement comes to mind. It was uttered by the famous astronaut Neil Armstrong, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."


That's one small step for the LGBT, one giant leap for mankind's equality.
4. 2017-11-29 16:05
People choose their own religions or unnatural
but love is nature and love hindered by Religions choice

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