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Yesterday "Four-eyed Brother" Cheng Kam-mun published a Facebook post titled "The battle of the Hong Kong Public Library: spontaneously remove simplified character books from the shelves in order to resist brainwashing." Cheng said that the Leisure and Cultural Services Department had purchased 600,000 simplified characters, including many children books in praise of the Chinese Communist Party.

All sorts of specialist books are published because the mainland market is big enough.

These books will not get published in Hong Kong, because the market is too small.

That was the perfect supporting proof for the WWII Japanese belief that they can always count on the Chinese to kill each other first.- Simplified character books are used for brainwashing?

Here is a set of traditional character books that is much more so than any simplified character book: The Selected Works of Mao Zedong. - Cheng Kam-mun is confusing the message and the medium. You can publish The Selected Works of Wan Chin in simplified characters and Cheng would think that this will brainwash youngsters to become Communists.- Cheung Kam-mun and his friends are going to dump 600,000 books into the trash bins of the public libraries in Hong Kong.

Civic Passions online news portal, Passion Times, said several police officers approached Chengs home in Mong Kok yesterday morning but he was not there. Cheng was released on bail on Wednesday night and must report back next month.

Many were childrens books which praised the Chinese Communist Party.There is also an admissions process, which includes interviews and an application.Preference is given to non-Chinese speakers, students of alumni and siblings of students.- The reason why some Hongkongers like to go to the Shenzhen Book City to shop for books is very simple -- there is greater variety.In China, they publish several hundred thousand new book titles per year.

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