Hong Kong protesters attend a rally in support of Tsai Ing-wen outside the Democratic Progressive Party headquarters in Taipei. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong protesters attend a rally in support of Tsai Ing-wen outside the Democratic Progressive Party headquarters in Taipei. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong protesters attend a rally in support of Tsai Ing-wen outside the Democratic Progressive Party headquarters in Taipei. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong protesters feel new burst of hope as Tsai Ing-win sweeps to resounding victory in Taiwan elections

  • Tsai and her party have said repeatedly they will do all they can to help protesters seeking shelter in Taiwan
  • Head of human rights group believes government will relax restrictions for Hongkongers to enrol in school or to work to gain permanent residence

Topic |   Taiwan elections 2020
Hong Kong protesters attend a rally in support of Tsai Ing-wen outside the Democratic Progressive Party headquarters in Taipei. Photo: Reuters Hong Kong protesters attend a rally in support of Tsai Ing-wen outside the Democratic Progressive Party headquarters in Taipei. Photo: Reuters
Hong Kong protesters attend a rally in support of Tsai Ing-wen outside the Democratic Progressive Party headquarters in Taipei. Photo: Reuters
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