Hong Kong’s Gay Games pushed to 2023.

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Hong Kong’s Gay Games pushed to 2023 due to city’s strict Covid-19 quarantine rules

The 2022 Gay Games, which Hong Kong was to host in just over a year, have been postponed until 2023 due to coronavirus pandemic-related travel restrictions.

Founder and co-chair Dennis Philipse told the Post the decision to delay the event – the first edition to be held in Asia – was unrelated to recent attacks by a small group of lawmakers and made “purely from a Covid perspective”, while also allowing additional time for organisers to secure venues and athletes to train.

[But why insist on having the Games in Communist China in the first place? – Ed]


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