Hong Kong protesters are said to have gone to Taiwan around mid- to late June, before the Legislative Council was stormed on July 1. Photo: Sam TsangHong Kong protesters are said to have gone to Taiwan around mid- to late June, before the Legislative Council was stormed on July 1. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong protesters are said to have gone to Taiwan around mid- to late June, before the Legislative Council was stormed on July 1. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protesters ‘went to Taiwan in June’ to explore options for asylum

  • Group of students travelled to the self-ruled island to find out about seeking refuge there before returning to city, according to sources
  • Between a dozen and 60 demonstrators are said to have fled to Taiwan since early July, or are planning to seek shelter there

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Hong Kong protesters are said to have gone to Taiwan around mid- to late June, before the Legislative Council was stormed on July 1. Photo: Sam TsangHong Kong protesters are said to have gone to Taiwan around mid- to late June, before the Legislative Council was stormed on July 1. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong protesters are said to have gone to Taiwan around mid- to late June, before the Legislative Council was stormed on July 1. Photo: Sam Tsang
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