A woman poses as she arranges a paper mahjong set made by funerary company, Skea, in Taipei
A woman poses as she arranges a paper mahjong set made by funerary company, Skea, in Taipei November 23, 2007. Skea, a 3-month-old Taipei store that has nothing to do with Ikea, sells custom-made, small-scale buildings as well as cars, boats, baseball mitts or just about anything else that can be made from paper, cardboard and light wood. Families of the deceased buy these items at more than $1,000 a piece for loved ones who wanted the items in life but for health or financial reasons couldn't get them. Picture taken November 23, 2007.
REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)