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  • Cuke books high-end travel for China’s LGBTQ
  • Cuke books high-end travel for China’s LGBTQ
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Cuke books high-end travel for China’s LGBTQ

With LGBTQ rights yet to be fully recognised in China, gay citizens travel abroad to fully express their true selves. While previous LGBTQ travel agencies in the country prioritised sexual experiences, Cuke focuses on its luxury offerings to differentiate itself as more more high-brow.

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