An event recap for the Miles of Love LGBTQ travel advocacy forum organized by Planet Ally and All Out as a part of Pink Season Hong Kong 2018, hosted by Eaton HK. Presenters included a TED Fellow, CEOs, members of Pussy Riot, founders of NGOs, trans FIFA and Paralympian athletes, co-founder of an LGBT cryptocurrency, LGBT Token, and many more.
A decision-making framework developed to introduce perspectives on decision making for rainbow families in Hong Kong, Japan, and the Asia Pacific region. For queer professionals and families living there and considering moving.
An extended guide for LGBTQ individuals who want to work and live in Japan, including information for partners, queer families, and trans individuals.
LGBTQ places to go, groups, events, communities, gay and lesbian bars, cultural gender norms in Tokyo for travellers and newcomers.
Cultural challenges that gays, lesbians, and LGBTQ people face in Hong Kong. Random notes on gender stereotypes, social norms, and prejudices.
A working list of LGBTQ information and resources for China, Japan (travel, living), Taiwan, and Hong Kong from a gay / lesbian / bisexual Chinese Canadian. If you have any tips, information, and directories, please send them over! Preference is for sites with English, or are relatively easy to navigate even if not. Some great non-English resources are included to get people started. My Posts: 10 Best Things about Being Gay and Lesbian in East Asia LGBTQ Decision Making Approaches for Asia Gay and Lesbian Tokyo: A Brief Guide (Updated 2018) LGBTQ Living in Japan: A Guide for Work, Queer…
Cultural LGBTQ things in China, Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong from a gay / lesbian / bisexual Chinese Canadian to demystify stereotypes of queer life in East Asia.
Michi-no-Eki Bios Oogata 道の駅ビオス おおがた → Shimonokae 下ノ加江 Temples: None Weather: Cloudy + Rain Travel Method: Walking Distance: 28 km Last night was meh. That one word synthesises a relatively comfortable spot (under a table), feeling comfortable (mostly not too hot or cold), a full belly (from snacks), general feeling of safety (could see incoming traffic), and a decent 8 hours of sleep (broken). After forcing myself to sleep despite the sheen of sweat on my forehead, I drifted awake when the cool air sank in. The two hours before dawn are chilliest. The blackness and cold have reached their maturity. It’s often only when…