Vietnamese boatpeople move from Pillar Point, Tuen Mun. The camp, the last for the remaining some 200,000 Vietnamese boatpeople who fled to Hong Kong after Vietnam war was closed in May, 2000. Photo: David Wong Vietnamese boatpeople move from Pillar Point, Tuen Mun. The camp, the last for the remaining some 200,000 Vietnamese boatpeople who fled to Hong Kong after Vietnam war was closed in May, 2000. Photo: David Wong
Vietnamese boatpeople move from Pillar Point, Tuen Mun. The camp, the last for the remaining some 200,000 Vietnamese boatpeople who fled to Hong Kong after Vietnam war was closed in May, 2000. Photo: David Wong

Build a detention camp in Shenzhen for Hong Kong’s asylum seekers: former security chief Regina Ip

Chief Executive CY Leung says idea would take too long, while human rights and legal experts dismiss it as unacceptable

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Vietnamese boatpeople move from Pillar Point, Tuen Mun. The camp, the last for the remaining some 200,000 Vietnamese boatpeople who fled to Hong Kong after Vietnam war was closed in May, 2000. Photo: David Wong Vietnamese boatpeople move from Pillar Point, Tuen Mun. The camp, the last for the remaining some 200,000 Vietnamese boatpeople who fled to Hong Kong after Vietnam war was closed in May, 2000. Photo: David Wong
Vietnamese boatpeople move from Pillar Point, Tuen Mun. The camp, the last for the remaining some 200,000 Vietnamese boatpeople who fled to Hong Kong after Vietnam war was closed in May, 2000. Photo: David Wong
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