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Chinese authorities officially prosecute ten of the 12 Hong Kong fugitives

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Chinese authorities have officially prosecuted ten of the 12 Hong Kong pro-democracy activists who have been detained in mainland for over three months.

The Shenzhen Yantian District People’s Procuratorate announced on Wednesday that Tang Kai-yin and Kiu Ying-yu will face trial for allegedly organising others to cross the border illegally.

Family members and activists hold a press conference on December 12, 2020. Photo: Save 12 Hong Kong Youths, via Telegram.

The eight others – Cheng Tsz-ho, Yim Man-him, Cheung Ming-yu, Cheung Chun-fu, Wong Wai-yin, Li Tsz-yin, Andy Li Yu-hin and Kwok Tsz-lun were prosecuted for crossing the border illegally.

Kelly Ho has an interest in local politics, education and sports. She formerly worked at South China Morning Post Young Post, where she specialised in reporting on issues related to Hong Kong youth. She has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Hong Kong, with a second major in Politics and Public Administration.

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