The mother of the young woman killed in Taiwan last year has pleaded for a change in the law that she hopes will help get justice for her daughter. Photo: Sam Tsang/SCMP

Mother of Hong Kong woman killed in Taiwan pleads for change to law to ensure justice for her daughter

  • The woman’s 20-year-old daughter was killed while on holiday in Taiwan with her boyfriend last February
  • Taiwanese police want to speak to the boyfriend, Chan Tong-kai, in connection with the death, but there is no legal mechanism for him to be sent to Taiwan
Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong

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The mother of the young woman killed in Taiwan last year has pleaded for a change in the law that she hopes will help get justice for her daughter. Photo: Sam Tsang/SCMP
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Hongkonger Chan Tong-kai is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend in Taiwan but fled back to Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong

Fugitives face extradition to Macau, Taiwan and mainland China under Hong Kong government proposal to amend law this year

  • Change aimed at plugging loopholes exposed by a homicide case in which Taiwanese authorities were unable to prosecute a Hongkonger
  • Security Bureau revealed plan to amend Fugitive Offenders Ordinance and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Ordinance
Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong

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Hongkonger Chan Tong-kai is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend in Taiwan but fled back to Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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