3 weeks Taiwan unveils plan to help Hong Kongers looking to leave Inquirer
HONG KONG --- Taiwan announced Thursday that it will set up a specialized office to support Hong Kongers seeking to leave the territory now that China is moving forward with a national security law for Hong Kong that critics see as an erosion of its freedoms. The office opening July 1 will offer assistance to Hong Kong professionals seeking to move to Taiwan, including for school, employment, investment, entrepreneurship, and immigration, according to a statement by the Mainland Affairs Council in Taiwan, which handles the island's relations with Beijing. Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen in May called for a plan to ... more