The head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Taiwan’s primary arm in Hong Kong, has left the city along with two colleagues after they declined to sign a document recognising the ‘one-China’ policy. Photo: EPA-EFEThe head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Taiwan’s primary arm in Hong Kong, has left the city along with two colleagues after they declined to sign a document recognising the ‘one-China’ policy. Photo: EPA-EFE
The head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Taiwan’s primary arm in Hong Kong, has left the city along with two colleagues after they declined to sign a document recognising the ‘one-China’ policy. Photo: EPA-EFE

Head of Taiwan’s Hong Kong office, two colleagues forced to leave after refusing to sign document supporting ‘one-China’ principle

  • It is understood the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office plans to continue operating in the city, though it is now left with only one director-level staffer
  • Earlier this month, Beijing’s Taiwan Affairs Office warned Taipei against ’messing up’ Hong Kong, and described its ruling party as a ‘black hand’
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Taiwan’s primary arm in Hong Kong, has left the city along with two colleagues after they declined to sign a document recognising the ‘one-China’ policy. Photo: EPA-EFEThe head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Taiwan’s primary arm in Hong Kong, has left the city along with two colleagues after they declined to sign a document recognising the ‘one-China’ policy. Photo: EPA-EFE
The head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Taiwan’s primary arm in Hong Kong, has left the city along with two colleagues after they declined to sign a document recognising the ‘one-China’ policy. Photo: EPA-EFE
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