Passengers arriving at Hong Kong International Airport will be greeted by demonstrators protesting an unpopular extradition bill this weekend. The second major protest to be held at the airport this summer, it will run from 9 to 11 August.
Intense pressure from Hong Kong's first openly gay legislator and LGBT activists has forced the MTR and the Hong Kong Airport Authority to back down on their banning of an of a Cathay Pacific advertisement with an image two men holding hands on the beach.
The airport and rapid transit system of Hong Kong - which bills itself as 'Asia's World City' - have rejected an advertisement with two men holding hands. The ad is part of a Cathay Pacific Airways campaign designed to celebrate diversity. Is it affront to public morals?