Chan Tong-kai, who admitted killing his pregnant girlfriend, Poon Hiu-wing, is being pushed by the victim’s mother again to honour his promise of surrendering himself to the Taiwan authorities. Photo: AP
Chan Tong-kai, who admitted killing his pregnant girlfriend, Poon Hiu-wing, is being pushed by the victim’s mother again to honour his promise of surrendering himself to the Taiwan authorities. Photo: AP
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A case of justice denied over cross-strait tensions

  • Pressure on Hong Kong officials is growing over the case of Chan Tong-kai, the man who admitted killing pregnant girlfriend Poon Hiu-wing on a trip to Taipei and subsequently prompted the ill-fated government bill that triggered the 2019 civil unrest

Chan Tong-kai, who admitted killing his pregnant girlfriend, Poon Hiu-wing, is being pushed by the victim’s mother again to honour his promise of surrendering himself to the Taiwan authorities. Photo: AP
Chan Tong-kai, who admitted killing his pregnant girlfriend, Poon Hiu-wing, is being pushed by the victim’s mother again to honour his promise of surrendering himself to the Taiwan authorities. Photo: AP
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