The Presidential Office Building in Taipei, capital of Taiwan. President Tsai Ing-wen in January rejected the “1992 consensus” as the precondition for holding talks with Beijing because it defines Taiwan as part of China. Tsai said if Beijing wants to hold talks with Taipei, it must accept Taiwan as a country, respect Taiwan people’s desire for freedom and democracy, and hold talks on an equal, government-to-government basis. Beijing views Taiwan as a renegade province. Photo: EPA-EFE

The problem with any extradition deal between Hong Kong and Taiwan

  • Also, how about this for a solution: exclude Hongkongers from extradition and try them in Hong Kong courts instead
  • Meanwhile, as protests turn bloody, has Britain turned its back on Hong Kong?
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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The Presidential Office Building in Taipei, capital of Taiwan. President Tsai Ing-wen in January rejected the “1992 consensus” as the precondition for holding talks with Beijing because it defines Taiwan as part of China. Tsai said if Beijing wants to hold talks with Taipei, it must accept Taiwan as a country, respect Taiwan people’s desire for freedom and democracy, and hold talks on an equal, government-to-government basis. Beijing views Taiwan as a renegade province. Photo: EPA-EFE
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