Five HKers still missing in Southeast Asia after Cambodia trafficking put under spotlight

The Immigration Department said on Wednesday that five Hong Kong residents are still missing in Southeast Asian countries after their families failed to reach them.

This news follows an increasing number of Taiwanese people falling victim to forced labor in Cambodia and other countries and a rise in human-trafficking cases reported by Taiwan and Hong Kong media.

The department said its Assistance to Hong Kong Residents Unit has received reports since January that 17 Hong Kong residents are missing.

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