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Ching Ming Festival

Ching Ming Festival is a Chinese tradition celebrated on April 5th and is a day to clean graves. People offer food to deceased relatives and burn incense. Back to Article

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Kayleigh109
Kayleigh109 wrote:
2010-04-06 10:24:43 -0700

Similar to day of the dead holiday in Mexico.

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azela*#1
azela*#1 wrote:
2010-04-05 08:27:38 -0700

nice picture

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What Would You Bring the Dead?

  • A huge slice of pizza.
  • Dim Sum.
  • Something healthy like a big salad.
  • A full course meal including appies and dessert.

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