"Secondly, I don't think my dad's offering of any amount of money would be able to attract a man I would find attractive. Alternatively, I would be happy to befriend any man willing to donate huge amounts of money to my charity, Faith in Love, provided they don't mind that I already have a wife. Third and lastly, thank you Daddy, I love you too," Gigi told the SCMP.
Gigi is well-respected activist for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) rights in Hong Kong and is a founding member of the local gay rights group Big Love Alliance.
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When asked whether her father's public campaign to marry her off to a man had put a strain on their relationship, she said, "I understand that he loves me, it's just he's from another time and it's difficult for him to understand the plight of the LGBT [community]."
"At the office it's business as usual. At family gatherings we hug and dance. And we just agree to disagree on what marriage is and family is," she added.
—By CNBC's Ansuya Harjani. Follow her on Twitter @Ansuya_H