Hong Kong bills itself as Asia’s World City, a cutting-edge metropolis that effortlessly fuses the traditional and the modern
Group is hoping for improvements in the rights of the LGBT community such as the same leave and benefits as for legally married couples
Cliff Buddle says urgent law reform is needed to ensure they don’t have to battle for their rights in court
Youths say they don’t know how the video leaked
Members of the Hong Kong business community wants the High Court to overthrow a decision by the Government not to recognize same-sex partnerships so they can recruit the best talent.
Plaintiff was outed in viral online video that ‘affected the company’s image’
There are signs of change in some parts of Asia
A group of gay people will ask the Japan Federation of Bar Associations in July to recommend that the government and the Diet legislate for same-sex marriages
The National Human Rights Commission of Korea (NHRCK) has agreed to address the problem of groups in South Korea
The exclusion of LGBT people from the policy will have discriminatory impact and should be reversed, according to its letter to the government
Tibet ranks among the least accepting
Blued has almost 15 million users, mostly in China, but its popularity is growing outside the country. As a service to its users, it provides information on the risks of unsafe sex and the rights of men who have sex with men.
Although there is little outright hostility toward the LGBT community in Japan, there hasn’t much outright acceptance, either — at least until now
Despite major progress over the past 20 years, China still struggles to promote AIDS education and awareness
Under a new government notice, local education boards must tell schools to better aid transgender students
The event is co-sponsored by Tokyo-based nonprofit group Good Aging Ales and the Dutch Embassy