Chan Tong-kai and Reverend Canon Peter Koon Ho-ming leave Pik Uk Correctional Institution on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang Chan Tong-kai and Reverend Canon Peter Koon Ho-ming leave Pik Uk Correctional Institution on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chan Tong-kai and Reverend Canon Peter Koon Ho-ming leave Pik Uk Correctional Institution on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong murder suspect Chan Tong-kai’s transfer to Taiwan may be delayed until after island’s presidential election

  • Wanted man – whose case sparked Hong Kong’s protest crisis – has agreed to turn himself in, but the two jurisdictions are clashing over how to proceed
  • Anglican priest helping Chan says they will consider postponing his surrender for three months

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Chan Tong-kai and Reverend Canon Peter Koon Ho-ming leave Pik Uk Correctional Institution on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang Chan Tong-kai and Reverend Canon Peter Koon Ho-ming leave Pik Uk Correctional Institution on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chan Tong-kai and Reverend Canon Peter Koon Ho-ming leave Pik Uk Correctional Institution on Wednesday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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