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23 Oct 2014

Look: Emmanuel "Mass" Luciano Crowned Mr Gay Hong Kong 2015

Emmanuel "Mass" Luciano, a Puerto Rican-born blogger, stylist, fashion designer and party planner,  bested three other finalists, to claim the coveted Mr Gay Hong Kong title, at the freshly minted Ovolo Southside Hotel. 

Photography: Gordon Wong © 2014 Hong Kong | PINK ALLIANCE

Reader's Comments

1. 2014-10-24 09:44  
AGAIN a non Asian Mr HK??? What a load of reverse discrimination crap this contest is
2. 2014-10-24 11:42  
AGAIN...discrimination and racism...
Comment #3 was deleted by its author on 2014-10-24 11:43
4. 2014-10-24 12:08  
Totally agree with the previous posts. Mr Hong Kong should be Hong Kong born anda HKID card holder. It's ridiculous having a Puerto Rican win the Contest! How many non-HK girls are allowed in the Miss Hong Kong pageant? none, as far as I know. Nuff said!
5. 2014-10-24 12:39  
People like what they like. This contest is about superficialities.

Would you say the same thing about a non-European winning a European contest?
Comment edited on 2014-10-24 12:41:53
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8. 2014-10-24 14:41  
Gorgeous !
9. 2014-10-24 14:41  
Gorgeous !
10. 2014-10-24 14:42  
Gorgeous ! Happy for him
11. 2014-10-24 18:08  
#5 yes I would say if a non European born non European citizen keeps continually winning a "mr Europe" contest that it's totally bogus. My HK should be ..well from HK. You telling me year over year there is no Chinese in HK capable of winning MR freaking Hong bullshyt Kong? Scam, discrimination, and total BS contest. I doubt a contest with a location name in it allows contestants from world wide to apply. Unless WORLD is in the title. Can you guess where Miss China is from? Or perhaps Miss Germany? Perhaps Miss Ghana? But Mr HK. Guess anywhere but HK Fuking pisses me off they trash perfectly good locals in favor of some non local..year after year after year.
12. 2014-10-24 20:17  
I agree with edsmale totally, the contest should be for HK born men. There are so many gorgeous HK guys......WTF are they thinking of?
13. 2014-10-24 22:08  
excatlyyy couldnt agree more. shame on you
14. 2014-10-25 00:25  
Agreed. I reckon the contest is open and should only be open to pure breed Hong Kong citizens and should not have been participated by foreigners. I wonder why are asians (country and people) still looking to the western.
15. 2014-10-25 00:36  
The Mr.HK 2014 look like a bangla construction worker...
16. 2014-10-25 04:17  
Several times in a row electing a non-Hong Kong native... I am willing to think they are very open-minded but it still makes me feel uncomfortable.
17. 2014-10-28 21:41  
I have to add my disappointment to this topic as well. There are some wonderful LOCALLY-BORN Hong Kong Chinese guys around, and many of them would be more than capable of joining and winning this sham competition.
Please... leave it for the local wonderful Hong Kong guys, otherwise why call it Mr. Hong Kong. It's CRAZY...!!!!!
18. 2014-11-03 08:18  
Alas, gay iconography, the standard of all, the representation of none.
19. 2014-12-31 17:07  
20. 2015-04-30 06:06  

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21. 2015-05-07 06:07  
"Would you say the same thing about a non-European winning a European contest?".
Curiously, was there ever a non-white/non-european winning a european MR gay contest? White privilege and racism.

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