Funeral, Dressing*

Wednesday, 17 May 2006 § Leave a comment

 

Funeral, Dressing

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PHOTO BY: EscRiBiTioNiSt

In the ritual that is a Chinese custom of burning toy furniture and utensils during a funeral in order to provide the dead with the comforts he was used to during his lifetime, the dead’s children wore the dresses in light brown (first 3 pics), while the grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and close relatives wore white dress.

Actually, there should be another colour, which is light blue. This is really for grand- generation, but as the host did not prepare this colour, the grand- generation were also in white dress (me too).

Lastly, it was a so-called hat we had to wear.

Do not ask who were the models in the pics.. I ‘guess’ those are my uncles, aunts… etc. Know only a few… LOL Image

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