Cmentarz w Chinach

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Cmentarz w Chinach

Here are a collection of photographs I have collected from Chinese cemeteries.

"Miłość, aż po grób" Cmentarz w Nong Khai, Tajlandia.

Cemeteries Ghosts Graveyards Spirits: Love is really eternal and no longer “til death do us part.” Cemetery image in Nong Khai in Northeast Thailand. (Photo by Peter Kelly Studios.

Rytuał na tajskim cmentarzu.

Collecting karma

Every ten years hundreds of people wearing white - a customary color for funerals and visiting temples – go to the cemetery, open the graves and clean the unclaimed bodies to offer them a proper burial.

Biodegradowalne urny w Chinach.

Chinese soldiers buried 280 biodegradable urns during a collective eco-burial ceremony at the cemetery of Tianjin on Tuesday. The patented urns in China are designed to help protect the environment amid overcrowding in China’s cemeteries.

Dozgonna miłość - Tajlandia

"The Lovers of Valdaro" - two teenagers found in eternal embrace years after death in Mantua, Italy - the very same city where Romeo was exiled and was told his Juliet was dead. Could these be a real-life Romeo and Juliet?

Bangkok, Thailand: Banknoty umieszczane są na szczątkach ciał.

24 hours in pictures

Bangkok, Thailand: Banknotes are placed on unclaimed human remains removed from graves, during a Thai Chinese ceremony at the Mang Teung Sua Jung cemetery