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Tongle Club Lin Minhui blew himself up to the "Uncle's Love" bar to punch in Pingquan Road, there is still room for improvement

2021-07-25T04:11:19.828Z

In November 2022, the Hong Kong Music Club is in full preparation. As the chairman of this session, Lin Minhui seems to be very busy. She retires from her position as a lawyer and has a lot of time every day to communicate with each other. Fang Lian



In November 2022, the Hong Kong Music Club is in full preparation. As the chairman of this session, Lin Minhui seems to be very busy. She retires from her position as a lawyer and has a lot of time every day to communicate with each other. Fang contacted, hoping to promote the smooth holding of the Tongle Club.

Also belonging to the LGBTQ group, she said that she grew up in a relatively conservative era and did not have the concept of homosexuality, so she was very depressed at one time. It was not until she studied in Canada that she slowly "finished a suitable way of expression."

She said that the reason for her semi-retirement to promote the event is that through such events, the LGBTQ community in Hong Kong can feel the strength and no longer have to be as depressed as she used to be. "It can be held in Hong Kong. I am proud. )."


ViuTV's hit drama "Uncle's Love" has taken the city by storm, and many viewers are very interested in the same-sex themes.

Lin Minhui said that she didn't follow the drama completely, but she revealed that she had gone to the bar in the play to check in with her fans and friends.

She said that in the past Hong Kong film and television dramas were not without gay characters, but most of them were negative and ended in tragic endings. "This time "Uncle's Love" normalizes, the image is also positive, and it is happy!"


Lin Minhui is the chairman of the 11th Club.

(Photo by Lu Yiming)

Lin Minhui is more than 50 years old and grew up in Hong Kong before middle school.

She said that she had realized that she was different from others at that time, but there was no relevant concept in Hong Kong education in the 1980s, nor did she have the relevant awareness and language to express. At one time, she felt very depressed and "unspeakable" until she went to Canada to study. The local "find a suitable way of expression and recognize yourself."

Because of her close relationship with her family, Lin Minhui did not want to conceal her sexual orientation. When she was about 18 or 19 years old, she first told her family sister about the secret, but she was challenged and attacked by her family sister. You are, you are sick, and you think what you did is right, but it may not be.” This made her very sad, but after two or three years, she was still honest with her parents and slowly repaired her relationship with her relatives. relation.

Lin Minhui believes that such an experience is actually unnecessary. If the society is relatively open and progressive, perhaps there is no need to be so depressed.

This may also be the reason why she retired from the first half of her work as a lawyer and ran for the club.

She said that Hong Kong has always been a housing company and hopes to hold a positive event like the Fun Club.

It is estimated that the LGBTQ population in Asia is 293 million, of which Hong Kong accounts for 481,000.

She believes that if the fun club can be successfully held in Hong Kong, everyone will know more about the LGBTQ community. "You can hold this event in Hong Kong. I am proud."

Related news: The first Asian city to hold a fun club was bombarded with "dirty money".

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It is revealed that the bar in "Uncle's Love" believes that Hong Kong Pingquan Road still has room for improvement

Asked if he would follow the recently popular Hong Kong version of "Uncle's Love", Lin Minhui said that he had watched a lot of clips, but hadn't chased it completely.

But a friend is a fan of the show, so I went to the bar in the show to check in together.

She said that in the past there were no gay characters on TV in Hong Kong, but most of them had negative images and had a tragic ending. "This time "Uncle's Love" normalizes, the image is also positive, which is happy!"

As for the LGBTQ equal rights road in Hong Kong, Lin Minhui believes that there is still a lot of room for improvement.

(Photo by Lu Yiming)

As for the LGBTQ equal rights road in Hong Kong, Lin believes that there is still a lot of room for improvement.

Earlier, a Hong Kong judge ruled that same-sex couples registered overseas can enjoy the same inheritance rights as heterosexual couples. Although it can be regarded as an improvement, "judicial review is costly. I personally don't think it is the most ideal way."

"Uncle's Love" goes international!

Anson Lo and Edan appeared in the entertainment version of the foreign media "Variety" and Li Sijie watched "Uncle's Love".

Comment ︱ Breaking the TV’s demonizing homosexual habits Edan praises the drama of the great uncle’s love︱ Anson Lo bursts into the sofa and kisses and has a sweetened version of Edan: The whole audience will be buried for a while

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