The Changing Culture of Qingming Festival Customukiosks
The Changing Culture
The idea of a partial sea burial, in which most of a person’s ashes are sprinkled at sea while a small amount is put in a tiny box and buried in a cemetery, was introduced in Shanghai.
More Beijingers are being buried at sea, helping to save space and the environment, according to the capital’s funeral authorities.
Despite the Beijing municipal government’s two decades-old push to encourage "green interments", including so-called tree burials, only 2 percent of families choose those methods of burial. In Tianjin, the public opinion is also divided.
Chinese people have started experimenting with a convenient, low-cost and low-carbon way to pay respects to the dead by just clicking a mouse.
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