Children take part in a rally to mark World Refugee Day, in Central last June 20. The US used to be the predominant country of resettlement for the handful of successful asylum seekers in Hong Kong, but President Donald Trump’s order could change that. Photo: Edward Wong

Five ways Hong Kong can fill the moral void in the asylum process amid Trump’s new travel ban

Matthew Bersani and Cáítrín McKiernan say asylum seekers in Hong Kong will be hard hit by the drastic cut in US refugee admissions, but the city can stand up and help to ease their plight

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Children take part in a rally to mark World Refugee Day, in Central last June 20. The US used to be the predominant country of resettlement for the handful of successful asylum seekers in Hong Kong, but President Donald Trump’s order could change that. Photo: Edward Wong
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