Purple Light is a commonly sung song in the Army in Singapore, and the film is based on a true story of a young recruit who falls in love with his friend. He then learns that what matters is not whether people accept him for who he is, but how he accepts himself and others unacceptance of him.
Renown Chinese sexologist Zhang Beichuan, whose latest survey found that 80 percent of the women in marriages with gay men said they had been "seriously harmed", has called for gay men not to be bound to traditional marriage values.
"I'm so sorry to be so late in my understanding... Today, I'm an out of the closet Christian that supports homosexuality... I pray and hope you would somehow read about my apology letter to you and give me another chance as a friend," writes a Christian woman – originally from Singapore – to her long-lost gay friend whom she had rejected 12 years ago.