Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung has responded to concerns surrounding the arrest of a Hongkonger at West Kowloon station by mainland officers. Photo: Roy Issa

Chinese court officers did not have to tell Hong Kong government about arrest at high-speed rail station, Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung says

  • Hong Kong’s No 2 official responds over concerns that city did not know about incident at West Kowloon terminus
  • Notification arrangement between authorities covers criminal investigations and unnatural death, not civil proceedings
Topic |   Hong Kong high-speed rail

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Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung has responded to concerns surrounding the arrest of a Hongkonger at West Kowloon station by mainland officers. Photo: Roy Issa
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Kanis Leung

Kanis Leung

Kanis is a reporter for the City desk. She joined the Post in 2018.

Alvin Lum

Alvin Lum

Alvin Lum is an award-winning political journalist specialising in Hong Kong politics and the city's justice system. Previously, he worked for the Hong Kong Economic Journal and Citizen News.

Su Xinqi

Su Xinqi

Su Xinqi covers Hong Kong-mainland relational issues for the Post's Hong Kong desk. She has previously worked for Reuters and Initium Media in a variety of roles including researcher, content producer, and news editor.