Death’s End: Learnings about Tomb Sweeping Day in China — The Indian Express

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— by Sowmiya Ashok: Xiao Yuan, 25, in a jeans, T-shirt and a loose sweatshirt, says if she misses her grandpa, she just drives over to his tomb. She doesn’t need the Qingming Festival to remember him by. “I don’t really believe in all this,” she says casually, with a camera slung over her shoulder, as she shouts instructions to foreigners on how to plant a willow the right way…

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Updated: April 21, 2019 8:00:48 am


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