Hong Kong’s Contribution to Chinese Human Rights Law Bryane Michael, University of Hong KongIn that case,the Pakistani A 32-year-old Pakistani man, known in court documents as Zn, allegedly informed Hong Kong’s the police, immigration and labour departments in Hong Kong that he was a victim of victim ofhuman trafficking. Instead of helping him, they imprisoned ultimately imprisoned him. Photo: Bruce Yan
Bryane Michael
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Bryane Michael

How Hong Kong contributes to China’s human rights law

Case of jailed Pakistani shows we are a lot closer to the mainland model than we like to admit

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Hong Kong’s Contribution to Chinese Human Rights Law Bryane Michael, University of Hong KongIn that case,the Pakistani A 32-year-old Pakistani man, known in court documents as Zn, allegedly informed Hong Kong’s the police, immigration and labour departments in Hong Kong that he was a victim of victim ofhuman trafficking. Instead of helping him, they imprisoned ultimately imprisoned him. Photo: Bruce Yan
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