After Joshua Wong's visit to Taiwan, the DPP has taken no action to establish asylum measures to accommodate the young protesters in Hong Kong.
The News Lens
By: Brian Hioe
The three met with DPP government officials and gave public speeches. During the visit — apart from thanking Taiwanese for their material support of the demonstrations in Hong Kong, as in contributions of gas masks and safety helmets — they also asked Taiwanese government officials to set up provisions for asylum seekers from Hong Kong.
However, after a meeting between Wong and DPP Secretary-General Cho Jung-tai (卓榮泰), the administration responded that individuals seeking asylum in Taiwan will continue to be handled on a case-to-case basis. [FULL STORY]