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From: kareng
Member since 3/2/2012
Posted: 4/9/2012 

Dear Master,

Can I know the reason why people do not pay respect to their ancestors during the 1st qing ming festivel (after the ancestor has passed away)? Is it because the deceased will not be able to receive the "money" burned by the loved ones? 

Your advice is appreciated.

Regards,

karen

Reply from: Master Peter
Posted: 5/9/2012 

People do pray and pay respect for their recent departed. Prayer offerings to the departed loved ones who passed away the preceding year (less than one year), prayer offerings at the new grave / urn compartment must be before "Chun Fen" for examlpe in 2012 and 2013 it is before 20th March which is two weeks before the actual day.

Cheers.




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