Wedding photos of Henry Li and Edgar Ng show the couple holding hands, surrounded by beaming friends — the freeze-frame of joy a contrast to the two men's struggle in Hong Kong for LGBTQ rights.
Ng had launched legal bids in 2019 demanding equal treatment for same-sex couples on public housing and inheritance — a fight continued by his husband after Ng's suicide a year later.
The LGBTQ community has seen incremental legal victories in Hong Kong since the mid-2000s, winning in the Chinese city's courts on targeted issues ranging from visas to taxes.
But same-sex marriage remains out of reach.
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