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China is suing therapists for instigating children's books on sheep and wolf

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Chinese authorities arrested five speech therapists inHong Kongfor publishing a children's book allegedly containing anti-Beijing sentiment.

Five therapists arrested over a year ago are finally being tried for instigating a series of books on the village of sheep and the village of wolves. The book makes a very clear distinction between the two towns as good and bad, and the wolf society is very similar to mainland China.

This book depicts the society of wolves monitored by CCTV cameras, depicting the invasion of a sheep village after the shepherds have left. The 

characters are a clear analog of the former British government ofmainland China, Hong Kong, and the island.

"The combined effect of [book] was to educate readers not to influence them or to feel that they were neither Chinese nor belong to the country," the prosecution said. The first person, Laura Ng Sukken, said: 20} South China Morning Post.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping attends an event commemorating the 110th anniversary of Xinhai Revolution at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Oct. 9, 2021. Xi appears to be laying the foundation for a third term as the all-powerful Communist Party meets in Beijing. The official Xinhua News Agency said president and party General Secretary Xi issued a a draft resolution on the party's "major achievements and historical experience" at the Central Committee's plenary session that opened on Monday, Nov. 8. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

China's President Xi Jinping announced in October that the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Attending an event to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the Revolution in China. September 9, 2021. When the Almighty Communist Party meets in Beijing, Xi Jinping appears to be laying the foundation for the third term. Xinhua News Agency said at a plenary session of the Central Committee held on Monday, November 8, President and Party Secretary Xi announced a resolution on the party's "major achievements and historical experience." (AP Photo / Andy Wong)(AP Photo / Andy Wong)

"[Book] is effective for readers in separatism, tribalism, and sovereignty. Infiltrate the betrayal and damage the national identity, China's sovereignty, territorial integrity, and long-term stability of the Hong Kong SAR. "

After hijacking the village, the wolf announced that new rules would allow wolves to eat their favorite sheep. The sheep resisted and were "beaten with the eyes" and "beaten with the feet", but eventually expelled the wolf from the village. The

bookalso explicitly mentions real-life political debates, including the arrest of Hong Kong fugitives. 

Defendants are all in their twenties and are members and officers of the former Speech Therapist Association in Hong Kong — Lorie Lai Man-ling, Samuel Chan Yuen-sum, Marco Fong Tsz-ho, Melody Yeung Yat -yee and Sidney NgHau-yi.

Protesters show a banner "Librate Hong Kong, Revolution of our time" in a shopping mall during a protest in Hong Kong in June. The slogan had just been banned by the government under the new legislation, stating that it had separatist connotations. (AP)

Protesters said, "Liberating Hong Kong, our time. Show the banner "Revolution" at a shopping mall during a protest in Hong Kong in June. The slogan was just banned by the government under the new law and said it had separatist implications. (AP)

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Chinese leader Xi Jinping arrived in Hong Kong on Thursday after two years of transformation, prior to the 25th anniversary of Britain's delivery, and was placed under Communist control. This is the first trip in about two and a half years for Xi to leave mainland China.

Supporters waving the flags of China and Hong Kong chanted, "Welcome, welcome! Warmly welcome!" When the Xi train is pulled into the station.

Xi and his wife, Peng Liyuan, were welcomed by city leader Carrie Lam when getting off the train. After waving to supporters who welcomed him on the platform, Nishi welcomed the city's next leader, John Lee, and the city's former CEO, Leung Chun-ying, along with other officials.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.