Jennifer is a Taiwanese HSBC employee who decided to get married to her long-term girlfriend. However, her homophobic parents were very disappointed in her decision, so they cut off any contact with her and refused to attend the wedding. It was then when her boss stepped in, and he responded by walking her down the aisle instead of her father.
Jennifer has been together with her partner Sam for 11 years, and they have faced countless obstacles throughout the years living in a conservative country. The couple is not even able to legally register as same-s*x marriage is not recognized in Taiwan. However, Jennifer’s colleagues gave her their full support, and she held CEO John Li’s arm in place of her father’s as she approached the alter.
In a video produced by HSBC, Jennifer said that they cried because they never thought they would make it this far. You can check out the touching video marked by the immense pride of a love triumphant against the odds below!