QINGMING FESTIVAL

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

SHAH ALAM 31 March 2013. Some families will visit to ancestral graves to sweep, wash and repair graves, the family members will also offerings of food, incense, and paper money is burned at the grave side, so that the ancestors will have funds to spend in the afterworld on Qingming Festival. Qingming Festival is a day for Chinese throughout the world to honor their dead, Qingming literally means “Clear & Bright” also known as Ancestors Day, Tomb Sweeping Day & All Souls Day. Foto Adib Rawi Yahya

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