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RIGHTS HONGKONG MIGRANTS
RTR91B 
January 10, 2002 
Chinese migrant Law Po-lai is surrounded by journalists after being
permitted to remain in the territory,... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE MIGRANT ALLOWED TO STAY IN HONG KONG AFTER HIGH COURT VERDICT. 
Chinese migrant Law Po-lai is surrounded by journalists after being
permitted to remain in the territory, January 10, 2002. "I don't feel
so happy because many people who have fought with me for so long, they
also need to be here to take care of their parents, they have a right
to family reunion," Law said. Hong Kong's highest court ruled against
thousands of mainland Chinese on Thursday, crushing their dreams of
remaining in the prosperous territory and opening the way for their
deportation back to the mainland. REUTERS/Kin Cheung

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