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My Moment My Thought (MMMT Studio) offers professional male photography service for gay men in Hong Kong by AJ.
Check his website or Facebook page to make contact.
Hong Kong’s leading LGBTI networking event since 2004. ‘Fruits in Suits’ attracts like-minded people who share their experience and knowledge to drive forward projects aimed at improving the gay community by tackling basic human rights issues.
FinS’ projects have dealt with anti-discrimination and creating a inclusive workplace. The event is held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at various locations.
Check their Facebook page for details of the next Fruits in Suits.
7.6 Very Good, based on 4854 Agoda reviews. Includes breakfast. Was $56 USD. Now $51 USD | click here
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Central Escalator / SoHo gay nightlife
popular area with many restaurants, cafés and the best gay bars
near Causeway Bay MTR
retail hub with huge shopping malls, markets, gay saunas and spas
near Mong Kok MTR
the heart of Hong Kong's gay sauna & spa scene
Tsim Sha Tsui MTR / Kowloon
hotspot with hotels for all budgets; a distinctive gay sauna & spa scene
Weekly LGBT run on one of Hong Kong’s most popular trails (Bowen Road, HK), ranging from 4, 8 and 10 kilometres. Alternative routes will be introduced in the future to cater to different levels of runners.
OutRunners also join local community events and partner with LGBTI-focused activities.
Room D, 7F National Court, 242 Nathan Rd, Jordan, Hong Kong | map
weekday Mon,Wed,Thu 16:00 - 22:00, weekend Sat 14:00 - 20:00; Sun 16:00 - 22:00
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Nonprofit organisation and the only LGBT community centre in Hong Kong. Their objectives are to promote equal opportunities, sex education, broaden grass roots support the LGBT community and support various initiatives and organisations.
Rainbow of Hong Kong 香港彩虹 hosts over 100 activities each year, including discussion groups, movies, workshops, sports, picnics, karaoke, concerts. Services include blood testing, counselling, hotline, outreach, HIV intervention, legal support and domestic violence emergency support. Around 200 people visit the centre each week.
LGBT Peers Hotline: +852 8108 1069. Rapid HIV and syphilis test available – results in 15 minutes. Nearest MTR Jordan (Exit B). At ground level, turn left and cross Jordan Road. The centre is on the 7th floor of the corner building. The building entrance is 4 doors along Nathan Road.
Mr Gay Hong Kong (MGHK) is an annual competition to find (a handsome, smart) spokesperson for Hong Kong’s gay community.
Update: Mr Gay World 2019 competition moved to from Hong Kong to Cape Town, South Africa, due to LGBTQ clampdown.
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HKLGFF is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote equal opportunities for the LGBT community and eliminate discrimination against sexual minority groups in Hong Kong through cinema.
The film festival is held annually – check the website for news, events and program.
Men2men is a community outreach service operated by AIDS Concern. The service promotes safe sex and HIV prevention measures with the Hong Kong MSM community.
HIV and STI testings are done at the Jordan Health Service Clinic. Service is offered 7 days a week by appointment (you can make an appointment online), walk-in service on Tuesdays only. Results are normally ready within 15 minutes. Nearest MRT is Jordan Station (Exit C2)
Testings are offered on various days during the month at Jungle Sauna, BIG TOP Sauna, My Way Sauna and HuTong. Click here to view their current schedule.
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Launched in 2002, Dim Sum is Hong Kong’s only printed gay lifestyle magazine.
Published on a monthly basis and available free of charge at most gay venues in the city, DS covers all aspects of gay life in Hong Kong including the arts, entertainment and LGBT rights.
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