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A Chinese "slapping therapist" has been charged with the manslaughter of a six-year-old diabetic boy.
Hongchi Xiao, who has been promoting the controversial practice of slapping skin to release toxins from patients has been extradited from the UK to Australia over the death of the boy in Sydney in 2015.
Mr Xiao has been promoting the paida lajin method, which sees patients being slapped or slapping themselves repeatedly.
A video of a 2012 workshop in Malaysia led by Mr Xiao shows participants vigorously slapping parts of their body, particularly joints and the head, until their skin turns red or starts to look bruised.
Emergency services were called but they were unable to revive the young child.
Mr Xiao was arrested at a London airport on 25 April this year and he agreed to return to Australia to face charges.
Puppetry is a very ancient form of theatre which was first recorded in the 5th century BC in Ancient Greece.
Some forms of puppetry may have originated as long ago as 3000 years BC.
A number of colourful pots and jade articles were also recovered.By the Song Dynasty (960–1279 AD), puppets played to all social classes including the courts, yet puppeteers, as in Europe, were considered to be from a lower social stratum.In Taiwan, budaixi puppet shows, somewhat similar to the Japanese Bunraku, occur with puppeteers working in the background or underground.The Australian Associated Press reports that the boy, who was a type-1 diabetic, died after he was found unconscious in a hotel in Hurstville, a suburb of southern Sidney.The six-year-old allegedly became unconscious after his parents took him to a self-healing conference conducted by the 53-year-old healer.
A "live-hand puppet" is similar to a hand puppet but is larger and requires two puppeteers for each puppet.