Hong Kong’s dearly departed are getting the Apple Watch before you — sort of…
What China burned for Day of the Dead
Paper replicas of internet routers, passports, subway passes and iPhones were among some of the gifts offered in China
Will the Netherworld Face Hyperinflation?
If the number of joss paper merchants keep decreasing, does it mean the netherworld will face hyperinflation?
Slice of Life: The PaperBuilders
This is Chiang Pow Joss-paper Trading shop and it is found along Joo Chiat Road.
Devotees urged to burn joss paper in town council bins
When devotees burn joss paper for festivals such as Chinese New Year, it is not only the amount of ash in the air that rises.
Nee Soon gets low-emission joss paper burners
Nee Soon residents will find it easier to breathe this coming Hungry Ghost Month
Blame the ghosts
Squeaky clean Singapore gets messy: Blame the ghosts
Ritual for the dead, the spirits, and the burning of Joss paper
The Sights of China: Burning Joss Paper
This is one of the sights of China.
Joss Paper, also known as ghost or spirit money, are sheets of paper that are burned…
Up in Smoke: Chinese Joss Paper Offerings
It became a common practice to render facsimiles of one’s earthly possessions – real and coveted – into one of the world’s greatest inventions – paper.
21st Century Ghosts
My neighbors here in Phnom Penh were burning joss paper on the sidewalk several times that day and had me over to take a few photos for them.