5 HKers who entered Taiwan illegally in July currently being detained in Kaohsiung
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13th September 2020 – (Kaohsiung) Some Taiwan media earlier quoted news that five Hong Kong demonstrators entered Taiwan illegally in July this year. They ran out of fuel and drifted to the Dongsha Islands. They were intercepted by the Taiwan Strait Patrol Agency and being detained in Kaohsiung. Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai said on Sunday (13th) that he would not respond to the case. Chen said that there will be no case-by-case comments to confirm, but the central and local governments have already provided special plans to assist Hong Kong people, and they will also provide necessary assistance to Hong Kong people to ensure safety, but the relevant supporting facilities are not convenient to be disclosed.

The Mainland Affairs Council also responded last Saturday (12th) evening. The authorities will not explain the case and believe that the information circulating outside may have a specific purpose, and appeal to the public not to make unnecessary speculations. In addition, a source confirmed to Taiwan media that the five Hong Kong citizens were indeed detained and there has been no news of their release, but he believed that the situation would not lead to “house arrest”. He also claimed that they all have basic rights such as meeting with their lawyers.
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Kena played out! Laughing
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Go home.
Why go other people's house?
People do welcome you.
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They even want to save cost on fuel? Thinking
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16-9-2020 5:02 PM
Migrant said:
Go home.
Why go other people's house?
People do welcome you.

They want to escape to Taiwan, cos HK is now under Chinese rule. These ppl just cannot reconcile the fact that they are no more under The British rule, but had to accept one country two systems........ Big smile Big smile Big smile Thinking Thinking
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Taiwan seeks to welcome Hongkongers fleeing security law crackdown

Taiwan will devise a settlement plan for Hongkongers who have been pushing for freedom and democracy, President Tsai Ing-wen has said, as a controversial national security law looms.

Tsai wrote on Facebook on Wednesday that the country’s executive branch would devise a humanitarian aid action plan for Hongkongers as the city’s autonomy was being undermined: “The Executive Yuan will propose a comprehensive and concrete plan as soon as possible. The plan includes Hongkongers’ right of abode and settlement,” she wrote, adding that Taiwan’s commitment to caring for Hongkongers remained unchanged.

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“If the situation in Hong Kong worsens, and its autonomy and human rights are further suppressed, we will resolutely voice our concerns… We will continue to support Hongkongers’ determination to strive for democracy and freedom which are paramount to its peace and stability.”

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Tsai also mentioned that the country has adopted looser measures for Hongkongers who are seeking to immigrate to Taiwan, resulting in more than 5,000 people moving to the island last year – a 41 per cent increase compared to the previous year.

Taiwan does not accept refugee applications but Hongkongers can live there with investment or work visas. An immigration consultancy company previously noted an overnight ten-fold increase in enquiries about moving to Taiwan after Beijing announced its plan to draft the national security law.

https://hongkongfp.com/2020/05/28/taiwan...crackdown/
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If they flee here how?......... Thinking

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16-9-2020 5:43 PM
lvlrsSTI said:
Taiwan seeks to welcome Hongkongers fleeing security law crackdown

Taiwan will devise a settlement plan for Hongkongers who have been pushing for freedom and democracy, President Tsai Ing-wen has said, as a controversial national security law looms.

Tsai wrote on Facebook on Wednesday that the country’s executive branch would devise a humanitarian aid action plan for Hongkongers as the city’s autonomy was being undermined: “The Executive Yuan will propose a comprehensive and concrete plan as soon as possible. The plan includes Hongkongers’ right of abode and settlement,” she wrote, adding that Taiwan’s commitment to caring for Hongkongers remained unchanged.

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“If the situation in Hong Kong worsens, and its autonomy and human rights are further suppressed, we will resolutely voice our concerns… We will continue to support Hongkongers’ determination to strive for democracy and freedom which are paramount to its peace and stability.”

[Image: EZBRGjIUcAIzPq0?format=jpg&name=small]

Tsai also mentioned that the country has adopted looser measures for Hongkongers who are seeking to immigrate to Taiwan, resulting in more than 5,000 people moving to the island last year – a 41 per cent increase compared to the previous year.

Taiwan does not accept refugee applications but Hongkongers can live there with investment or work visas. An immigration consultancy company previously noted an overnight ten-fold increase in enquiries about moving to Taiwan after Beijing announced its plan to draft the national security law.

https://hongkongfp.com/2020/05/28/taiwan...crackdown/

Hong Kongers are afraid of the national security law, that is why they flee China..... Big smile Big smile Big smile Thinking Thinking
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16-9-2020 5:46 PM
debono said:
Hong Kongers are afraid of the national security law, that is why they flee China..... Big smile Big smile Big smile Thinking Thinking
Not true lah. They must have committed crimes during the protest and riots and that's why they need to flee when comrade Xi imposed security law on HK.
If they din do anything wrong, why shud they be afraid of ghost knocking on their doors....... Thinking

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16-9-2020 5:46 PM
debono said:
Hong Kongers are afraid of the national security law, that is why they flee China..... Big smile Big smile Big smile Thinking Thinking

I very scare to read your stupidity. Rolling on the flor laughing
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