Chan Tong-kai, a Hong Kong resident accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan, leaves Pik Uk Prison on October 23, 2019. Photo: Reuters Chan Tong-kai, a Hong Kong resident accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan, leaves Pik Uk Prison on October 23, 2019. Photo: Reuters
Chan Tong-kai, a Hong Kong resident accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan, leaves Pik Uk Prison on October 23, 2019. Photo: Reuters

One year on, Hong Kong and Taiwan’s tug of war over murder suspect who sparked extradition bill furore has no end in sight

  • Taipei’s insistence on ‘government-level exchange’ as a precursor to transfer, means impasse unlikely to be broken, vice-chair of Beijing think tank says
  • But opposition lawmaker urges both sides to ‘sit down and talk’, saying even meeting without achieving consensus better than arguing ‘via microphone’

Topic |   Taiwan
Chan Tong-kai, a Hong Kong resident accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan, leaves Pik Uk Prison on October 23, 2019. Photo: Reuters Chan Tong-kai, a Hong Kong resident accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan, leaves Pik Uk Prison on October 23, 2019. Photo: Reuters
Chan Tong-kai, a Hong Kong resident accused of murdering his girlfriend in Taiwan, leaves Pik Uk Prison on October 23, 2019. Photo: Reuters
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