Mass Migration and Hong Kong: An Australian Perspectives
Kenny, M.A. (2001) Mass Migration and Hong Kong: An Australian Perspectives. Alternative Law Journal, 26 (4). pp. 182-184.
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Hong Kong has an area of 1084 square kilometres and a
population of 6.6 million. In 1989, over 48,000 Vietnamese
were being held in detention camps. They had arrived by
boat over the preceding 14 years and claimed protection
under international law. Justice Litton traces the political and legal events that ensued.
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