Aibai Culture & Education Center is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing critical information on the Chinese speaking LGBT community. Here are the results of a survey the conducted last year in regards to being LGBT in the Chinese workplace.
Hong Kongers Guy Ho and Henry Lam (of Gayradio.hk fame) initially just wanted to share their marriage journey with family and friends but soon saw the potential to send a message to a much wider audience and so their documentary Different Path, Same Way was born, they tell Fridae’s Hong Kong Correspondent Nigel Collett.
Following the closing of the second Pink Season and the 23rd Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival which started in 1989 when gay sex was still a criminal offence, Fridae's Hong Kong Correspondent Nigel Collett looks back at the territory's LGBT history and how far LGBTs have become mainstream including the election of its first gay legislator this year.
Meet Dean Francis and Stephen Davis who are trying to crowd-fund Drown, their hard-hitting micro-budget drama that tells the story of a heroic but homophobic Australian lifesaver to raise awareness about bullying and how young people are affected by "societal values".
About 90 human resource professionals, diversity champions, NGOs and LGBT community leaders attended the second Annual Workplace Diversity conference, which was presented by Aibai and IBM, in Beijing last month.