Online Tombs Becoming More Popular In China
Since the holiday is so short, Song Qin, a Beijing-based legal consultant, cannot go back to his hometown in East China's Anhui province to pay respects to his deceased grandparents.
However, Song has his own way of showing respect after having set up two online tombs for them. Each tomb costs him only 10 yuan ($1.50), compared to a real tomb, which is usually priced at tens of thousands of yuan.
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