Taiwan president 'disappointed' by China law

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has expressed disappointment at China for enacting a national security law for Hong Kong that cracks down on anti-government activities.

Tsai told reporters in Taipei on Tuesday that she was very disappointed that China did not fulfill its promise to leave Hong Kong unchanged for 50 years.

She said China's move has proved that the "one country, two systems" framework is impossible to implement.

Tsai added Taiwan will continue to support efforts by the people of Hong Kong in their quest for freedom, human rights and democracy. She suggested that Taiwan will proactively receive Hong Kong residents who wish to immigrate to the island.