Chan Tong-kai is set to turn himself in to the Taiwanese authorities. Photo: Winson Wong

Murder suspect at centre of Hong Kong’s extradition bill protest crisis writes to city’s leader, asking for help to turn himself in to Taiwan

  • Chan Tong-kai, 20, who has been serving time in Hong Kong for money laundering, will be released next Wednesday
  • Anglican priest who has visited suspect in jail says Chan hopes the move will calm the of chaos Hong Kong has endured
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Chan Tong-kai is set to turn himself in to the Taiwanese authorities. Photo: Winson Wong
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Chan Tong-kai was sentenced to 29 months for money laundering and also admitted that he killed his pregnant girlfriend in Taiwan while they were on holiday. Photo: Winson Wong

Taiwan urges Hong Kong to further detain and investigate murder suspect who prompted proposal of extradition bill that sparked months of unrest

  • Chan Tong-kai, wanted in Taiwan for pregnant girlfriend’s murder, is expected to be released Wednesday after spending 18 months in jail for money laundering
  • City leader Carrie Lam cited the case as primary justification for the extradition bill which sparked months of turmoil in Hong Kong
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Chan Tong-kai was sentenced to 29 months for money laundering and also admitted that he killed his pregnant girlfriend in Taiwan while they were on holiday. Photo: Winson Wong
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