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Two years ago, Ray Wong and Alan Li, political activists in Hong Kong, were facing rioting charges over an all-night street clash with the police. They jumped bail and disappeared.

Now they have come forward to say that they are under refugee protection in Germany, making them likely to be the first individuals from the semiautonomous Chinese city to have obtained such sanctuary. The move could be a turning point in shifting global views of Hong Kong, where individual freedoms have eroded as Beijing tightens its hold, threatening the city’s reputation as an oasis of rule of law in Asia.

Disclosure of Germany’s decision, made last year, is likely to inflame an already heated debate in Hong Kong over a proposal to let the territory’s government send criminal suspects to jurisdictions with which it does not have extradition agreements, including mainland China.


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Critics are worried that those whose work or political views run afoul of the ruling Communist Party in Beijing could be ensnared. The government has said people accused of political crimes will not be extradited and that the changes will prevent Hong Kong from becoming a haven for criminals.

Mr. Wong, 25, and Mr. Li, 27, are wanted on charges of rioting related to a 2016 clash between protesters and police officers. They also advocate Hong Kong independence, a view that Beijing finds threatening.
The two men fled Hong Kong for Germany in 2017 and applied for protection, which the German government approved last May, they both said.
Germany’s federal office for migration and refugees confirmed in an email Friday that it awarded two applicants from Hong Kong refugee protection last year, but did not name them.

“If the German government thinks that the Hong Kong judiciary is independent, they would not grant me refugee status,” Mr. Wong said in an interview last year in Frankfurt. “It’s because they think that Hong Kong uses the judiciary to persecute Hong Kong people.”


Hong Kong, a former British colony, returned to Chinese control in 1997 under a governing model called “one country, two systems,” with more robust protections for individual rights than in the mainland. While it is common for Western countries to provide political asylum to Chinese dissidents, it is rare for this practice to apply to individuals from Hong Kong, a city that has long benefited from its reputation for independent courts and strong rule of law.

“Hong Kong lost its special place in the international world” after Germany approved his application for refugee protection, Mr. Wong added.

He and Mr. Li fled Hong Kong at a time when activists and rights groups say the city’s protections for free speech and assembly and fair trials have diminished under the rule of China’s president, Xi Jinping. Last month, a Hong Kong court sentenced several democracy activists to prison terms of up to 16 months.


Human rights advocates said they were surprised to hear that Germany had granted protection to people from Hong Kong.

“It makes Hong Kong’s human rights situation comparable with the worst part of the world,” said Patrick Poon, China researcher with Amnesty International. “It shows how serious the international community sees Hong Kong right now.”
Mr. Poon and two human rights lawyers said they did not know any other examples of individuals from Hong Kong obtaining protection from a foreign government because of persecution in Hong Kong.
The justice department and police force in Hong Kong declined to comment.

Support for independence is limited in Hong Kong. But after protesters occupied major roads in 2014 in an unsuccessful push for democracy known as the Umbrella Movement, a few activists like Mr. Wong began to call for the city to separate from China.


The 2016 unrest began in the district of Mong Kok as people were visiting food stalls for Lunar New Year, a holiday tradition. When health officers arrived, apparently to shut down unlicensed vendors, Mr. Wong and members of Indigenous led a crowd to confront them. It exploded into an all-night brawl, with protesters setting fires and throwing bottles and bricks.

More than 100 people were injured and dozens were arrested, including Mr. Wong and Mr. Li. Among those sentenced to prison was Edward Leung, a spokesman for Indigenous, who is serving a six-year term. Lawyers and rights groups said his lengthy sentence was intended to intimidate activists and squelch political protest.

“One of us needs to be out, to continue the work of independence,” Mr. Wong said in an interview in 2017 before he left Hong Kong, referring to Mr. Leung. “I don’t see any good in going to jail.”


Mr. Wong did not publicly reveal his whereabouts after he fled Hong Kong, fearing that the government would pursue him. But last month, he decided to open up about obtaining protection from Germany.

“I just feel like I couldn’t hide anymore,” he wrote in a text message. “I would eventually be recognized.”
Mr. Wong and Mr. Li have declined further comment. Mr. Wong said he would speak in greater detail at a later date.

Germany’s decision reflects poorly on Hong Kong, said Willy Lam, an adjunct professor in China studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
“It shows that the breathing space for political activism is getting squeezed,” he said.

In fall 2017, while Mr. Wong and Mr. Li were free on bail, a court granted them permission to travel to Germany. Though they had been ordered to surrender their passports after the trip, they held onto them. On Nov. 4, they left Hong Kong again, flying first to Taiwan, then Berlin. This time, they did not return.


After requesting asylum, they bunked in an old British army barracks, then a housing block in central Germany, where they roomed with people from the Middle East and Africa. The two Cantonese speakers spent their time studying German.

In May 2018, the government notified Mr. Wong and Mr. Li that their applications had been approved.
Germany offers refugee protection if applicants can show persecution because of nationality, religion, political opinion or for belonging to a certain social group. The designation enables them to live, work and attend school in Germany for three years.

Mr. Wong said he believed he was allowed to retain his passport because the Hong Kong government wanted him to leave and become irrelevant.
“The strategy of success in China is for all activists to leave,” he said before he left Hong Kong for good. “To China, they become useless. They cannot threaten the central authority.”


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難民可以工作?


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全香港有參加過雨革同魚蛋暴動嘅人走去德國做難民,睇收唔收[sosad]

梁天琦:~(

唉…


英國到時都脫左歐
到時只有旅遊免簽證

留名等睇香港本土派網上怒Hi德國大愛左膠肥婆



全香港有參加過雨革同魚蛋暴動嘅人走去德國做難民,睇收唔收[sosad]

難民可以工作?


可以,但係德國大部份公司要識講德文
所以最好就係拎左德國護照去英國生活

點解唔留德國要去英國?


去左膠國:o)


香港人最冇資格話人左膠
如果外國冇左膠既話香港人根本冇可能移民


香港人多數搞投資移民加拿大澳洲新西蘭。美國就大陸人優先,香港人移民多數係工作簽證捱累仔。
你講到香港人以往係用難民資格移民

我都諗緊移民
不過唔知去邊好
錢又唔算多
係香港可以食過世
去左其他地方老豆老母又要照顧
最近係台灣
好可能會國民黨上場


李倩怡依家喺台灣,仲使去德國 ?


#adore# #adore# #adore#
希望李倩怡都走到
去到德國拎左個新身份過新生活

相比之下
林榮基呢件野
年青一輩更值得保護:-(


去左膠國:o)


香港人最冇資格話人左膠
如果外國冇左膠既話香港人根本冇可能移民

你試下中五程度又一蚊都無可唔可以移民,你有利用價值咪俾你移民羅:o)


大陸人就可以靠難民身份移民美國,之後搞晒成條村,香港人冇得咁,多數係工作簽證開始捱騾仔。女人就嫁過去。佢講到係左膠施捨。香港人冇錢冇技能跟本走唔倒

無錯,無錢無技術無婚姻
好難走到


去左膠國:o)


香港人最冇資格話人左膠
如果外國冇左膠既話香港人根本冇可能移民


香港人多數搞投資移民加拿大澳洲新西蘭。美國就大陸人優先,香港人移民多數係工作簽證捱累仔。
你講到香港人以往係用難民資格移民

我都諗緊移民
不過唔知去邊好
錢又唔算多
係香港可以食過世
去左其他地方老豆老母又要照顧
最近係台灣
好可能會國民黨上場


香港重有偽一國兩制還可以忍。依家去到逃犯條例一國一制....不過人到中年,外國競爭好大。識人喺國際大公司做,轉咗去英國,轉咗冇幾耐就被炒魷魚

外國工作一向排華


去新加坡做精英分子
為當地政黨服務

去左膠國:o)


香港人最冇資格話人左膠
如果外國冇左膠既話香港人根本冇可能移民


香港人多數搞投資移民加拿大澳洲新西蘭。美國就大陸人優先,香港人移民多數係工作簽證捱累仔。
你講到香港人以往係用難民資格移民

我都諗緊移民
不過唔知去邊好
錢又唔算多
係香港可以食過世
去左其他地方老豆老母又要照顧
最近係台灣
好可能會國民黨上場

新加坡好?


逃犯條例過左
李倩怡林榮基都要走

但紐時單野唔知堅定流
香港好少得到德國庇護
除非德國認為司法不公


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全香港有參加過雨革同魚蛋暴動嘅人走去德國做難民,睇收唔收[sosad]

德國咩狗屎垃圾都收架啦


BNO唔收[sosad]

我有
無續


邊到似難民?梁天琦坐監你條友無義氣走佬!#ng#


梁天琦坐監咪又係照比高登仔Hi

sad


去左膠國:o)


香港人最冇資格話人左膠
如果外國冇左膠既話香港人根本冇可能移民



多謝你證明大部份香港人都無資格反逃犯條例,泛民同商界長年依賴美國但反美國,然後又要愛中國。
依家就走去跪玻璃叫人幫手。全部畀人捉上去補血就最好。

泛民垃圾
剩係識遊行
cap 水


邊到似難民?梁天琦坐監你條友無義氣走佬!#ng#


梁天琦坐監咪又係照比高登仔Hi


點止高登仔,成班黃絲,泛民向左走向右走響度幸災樂禍添,不過無人認架,繼續捐錢遊行幫九子打飛機呀。又200萬啦。


Hi完人暴力
之後呼籲寫信俾梁天琦祝佢生日快樂
精神分裂


我宜家反而有啲擔心黃台仰會, 因為宜家德國係不斷遣返緊啲中東難民。假如黃係用類似中東難民嘅形式進入德國, 幾年之內可能會被迫返嚟香港。


要睇下佢點定義政治難民,同埋佢地打唔打算轉做學生之類。

點都好
呢單野證明左
德國已將香港視第3世界地方
但一般香港人唔會有呢種待遇


鄭月娥有冇嘢講

我估:唔評論個別事件


寧為玉碎,不作瓦存
最後落水狗去外國乞求生存

口講勇武,身子的確很誠實 [369][369][369]

名副其實,「黃瓦全」#yup# #yup#

畀佢出賣嘅義士就慘囉:-(

有個智障坐緊:-(


祝願你們在自由國度,得到平安!

唔知講乜好


靠政治成功二次投胎到德國生活#yup#

黃台仰稱,德國政府並沒有解釋批出難民身份的具體理由,但他曾經向德國政府表明,自己在香港面臨帶有政治動機的起訴。他解釋之所以選擇前往德國,是因為相信德國在人權議題上,能對中國採取較強硬的態度。他目前正在哥廷根大學(University of Göttingen)學習德文,並將於9月開始攻讀政治及哲學學位 ...


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