People attend a rally to support Yuli Riswati, an Indonesian domestic worker and journalist who was deported, in the district of Central in Hong Kong, China December 7, 2019. Around 500 people gathered at Edinburgh Place in Central on Saturday afternoon. Demonstrators criticised the Immigration Department's decision to deport Yuli Riswati, an award-winning writer and domestic worker in Hong Kong. REUTERS/Laurel Chor

A man stands in front of an exhibit of Indonesian domestic worker and journalist Yuli Riswati's work at a rally to support her after she was deported, in the district of Central in Hong Kong, China December 7, 2019. An Indonesian domestic helper and citizen journalist deported from Hong Kong for overstaying her visa said on Saturday she was forced to take off her clothes in front of a male doctor during her detention, as about 100 people joined a rally in Central to throw their support behind her. REUTERS/Laurel Chor

People attend a rally to support Yuli Riswati, an Indonesian domestic worker and journalist who was deported, in the district of Central in Hong Kong, China December 7, 2019. Indonesian journalist group condemned the deportation in a press release, while Riswati called for support to protect the rights and "freedom of speech" for all domestic workers. REUTERS/Laurel Chor

People look at an exhibit of Indonesian domestic worker and journalist Yuli Riswati's work at a rally to support her after she was deported, in the district of Central in Hong Kong, China December 7, 2019. Yuli Riswati, who has been working in Hong Kong for 10 years, wrote about the anti-government protests via the online media outlet 'Migran Pos' that was read by mostly Indonesian foreign workers based in Hong Kong. She also won a Taiwan Literature Award for Migrants last year. REUTERS/Laurel Chor

A woman speaks on stage at a rally to support Yuli Riswati, an Indonesian domestic worker and journalist who was deported, in the district of Central in Hong Kong, China December 7, 2019. Riswati questioned the reason for her deportation after she was detained in Hong Kong's immigration centre for 28 days, citing that the authority claimed her case was 'special'. REUTERS/Laurel Chor

People attend a rally to support Yuli Riswati, an Indonesian domestic worker and journalist who was deported, in the district of Central in Hong Kong, China December 7, 2019. According to information from rights group, Riswati's working visa expired in mid-July and her passport in August. She was later arrested in September at her home for overstaying - a practice that is considered 'unusual', rights groups helping domestic workers in Hong Kong quoted by Hong Kong Freepress as saying. REUTERS/Laurel Chor