Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is currently on trial accused of sodomizing a former aide, a charge he has repeatedly dismissed as trumped-up and designed to prevent him from taking power.
Meanwhile Ouyang is set to wed his partner, an African-American Broadway musical producer, after the latter popped the question on June 26 — two days after New York City legalized same-sex marriages.
“It was also the day of our two-year anniversary,” the pastor said.
“He went to the church and he wrote a song for me. He proposed at the end of the song in public,” he smiled, saying the wedding date has yet to be set but the couple are planning to hold a wedding ceremony in the US and in Malaysia.