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This year 17 people in Hong Kong have reported that 12 people who lost contact in Southeast Asia have escaped safely.

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Taiwanese people are lured into Cambodia by criminals,myanmarand elsewhere, so the recent news of being endangered has attracted considerable attention. Incidentally,Hong KongThe Immigration Department’s “Assistance to Hong Kong Residents Abroad” team revealed on the 17th that since the beginning of this year, the Hong Kong government has also received 17 cases of help from family members of Hong Kong residents, stating that the family members have doubts. They had lost contact in Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos.


Hong Kong’s immigration department said 12 Hong Kong residents had left the safe zone. The Hong Kong government will be in contact with the families of the remaining five people, the Hong Kong Police, the Office of the Commissioner of the Chinese Foreign Ministry in Hong Kong and the Chinese embassy and consulates there.

In response to reports that some Hong Kongers were also betrayed in Myanmar and Cambodia, during which they were beaten, imprisoned and forced to participate.scamaction. According to Hong Kong media reports, Ge Peifan, a member of the Legislative Council of the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong, expressed concern about this and suggested that the Hong Kong government publicly appeal to Hong Kong citizens, especially when visiting stay alert. Visit these places to avoid being cheated.

Ge Peifan said he was very surprised by the incidents of related fraud, and pointed out that related online job advertisements could be traps. He described the criminal group as shameful and cruel. If any Hong Kongers are trapped, they hope that the Hong Kong Police and the Chinese Foreign Ministry will do their best to rescue them and strengthen consultations.

Hong Kong media reported a day earlier that after first meeting a “girlfriend” on the Internet, a Hong Kong man was lured into Bangkok, Thailand, and then sold “piglets” to Myanmar. He was brutally beaten up in a month and was finally released as his family had paid the ransom.



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