Short film calls on citizens to break their silence on LGBT discrimination
“The Pantry” highlights workplace discrimination against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) employees in Hong Kong.

The Pantry is based on true stories drawn from offices around Hong Kong. The film, which is the first in a series from AD Media, aims to raise awareness and hopes to inspire LGBT and LGBT-friendly citizens to break their silence and stand up for human rights.

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Hong Kong continues to drag behind competition because the government chooses to ignore recent survey results* and bows before religious extremists instead, thereby denying equality rights to the very people whose taxes it relies on and, on the broader picture, ignoring calls from the United Nations Human Rights Commission to clean up its record.

*Community Business – Almost 80% of the surveyed Hong Kong working population think that LGBT individuals face discrimination or negative treatment.
According to a University of Hong Kong survey that was commissioned by Cyd Ho, nearly 76 per cent of respondents agreed there was discrimination against LGBT people in Hong Kong. More than 60 per cent said there should be legislation in place to protect the rights of homosexuals.

For more details about the film or AD Media, please contact:
AD (English): 9046 2054
John (Chinese): 96577741





《The Pantry – 不再沉默》反映香港職場對香港男女同性戀、雙性戀及跨性別(LGBT)員工普遍歧視。短片由幾宗真實個案改編,乃AD Media一系列相關題材短片的頭炮,希望籍着短片引起市民關注,及啟發更多LGBT 及LGBT友善市民打破沉默,為人權站出來。





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AD (英語): 9046 2054
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): 96577741

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