09labor-inline-articleLargeA court has thrown out China’s first gay workplace discrimination suit due to lack of evidence.

The plaintiff, only identifed by the pseudonym Mu Yi, was fired from a design company in the southern city of Shenzhen a week after he was outed as gay in a viral online video in October.

He accused the company of violating his right to equal employment by dismissing him because of his sexual orientation and requested an apology and 50,000 yuan in compensation for ‘spiritual damages.’ READ FULL

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