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Denise Ho, Cantopop star and singer from Hong Kong, proud to be a lesbian

| 18.3.22 |
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Denise Ho, Cantopop star and singer from Hong Kong, proud to be a lesbian

 This Cantopop star and singer from Hong Kong stole the public's attention. He started his career in the entertainment world since 1996. However, he is known to have joined the Umbrella Movement, which is a massive pro-democracy demonstration in Hong Kong. He became an activist and was often covered by the media. Not only that, he is also outspoken about his current status. Denise Ho started her career in 1996 through a talent search event, the New Talent Singing Awards. He then met Anita Mui, a famous Cantopop singer. 

Luckily, he was guided by Anita Mui to use the stage name HoCC. But what shocked the public, Denise Ho announced about his relationship status at the concert. He held a concert for his latest song at that time in 2012. In the middle of the concert, Denise Ho announced that he was gay or lesbian. Denise Ho announced this in front of his fans of approximately 4000 spectators. This makes Denise Ho the first singer to declare her status as a lesbian. Being a lesbian, Denise Ho actively voices about the Umbrella Movement. 

He voiced his rights and became a democracy activist. He was also active as a speaker at international human rights forums in 2019. Denise Ho is known to have attended a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva. In his speech, he called on the council to remove China from the United Nations and asked to protect Hong Kong citizens. This makes Denise Ho ended up on the black list of China. But unfortunately, Denise Ho stumbled upon a legal case. He was arrested by the police in connection with the case of searching the Stand News media. Ho was one of seven people arrested during an operation targeting the pro-democracy online media group Stand News. Police accused Ho and others of "conspiring to publish seditious material. 

The pop star, who was born in Hong Kong but raised in Canada, has been an outspoken critic of the Chinese and Hong Kong governments, appearing both at the United Nations and before the US Congress. He has been an outspoken critic of the Chinese and Hong Kong governments." 

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