Articles tagged 'china'
Tmall campaigns and Weibo posts give us a hint.
Online gay communities in China are lauding e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd for releasing a subtle ad that appears to feature a gay couple returning home for the Lunar New Year.
Beijing (Bloomberg) - China's top legislative body has been advised to legalise same-sex marriage in the updated civil code, The Global Times reported on Friday (Dec 20).
An interesting article in The Conversation observes the PRC government’s policy of the “Three No’s” in relation to homosexuality: “no approval, no disapproval, and no promotion”.
In an old theatre between soaring tower blocks in China's southwestern city of Chengdu, a choir of transgender singers are on stage belting out the empowering lyrics of Jolin Tsai's anthem "Me".
"My reflection in the mirror, is a stranger's face, which one is the real me, which one is the fake?" the group sing in unison.
China has recently stated that marriage equality is not planned for its estimated 80 million LGBT population.
A same-sex couple in Beijing have become the first in the city to complete the process of being named as each other’s legal guardian.
Amid demonstrations by hundreds of thousands, Denise Ho urged the international community to protect freedoms in semi-autonomous Hong Kong.
The school in China's poster claimed homosexuality poses a threat to 'normal’ society.
The Survey by Beijing Normal University also found that 40% of the respondents had considered suicide.
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