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School for Undertakers in China - 07 Jun 2012
School for Undertakers in China - 07 Jun 2012
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June 07, 2012
A plastic mannequin to be used for undertaker service class is seen outside of the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
A plastic mannequin to be used for undertaker service class is seen outside of the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
A plastic mannequin to be used for undertaker service class is seen outside of the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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June 07, 2012
Students attend an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing,...
Jiaxing, China
Students attend an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing,...
Students attend an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 01 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students practice with a plastic mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Jiaxing, China
Students practice with a plastic mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Students practice with a plastic mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 03 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students from Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school bow in front of a plastic mannequin as they begin...
Jiaxing, China
Students from Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school bow in front of a plastic mannequin as they begin...
Students from Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school bow in front of a plastic mannequin as they begin an undertaker service class in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken on May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 02 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students practice with a volunteer during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
Students practice with a volunteer during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Students practice with a volunteer during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken on May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 04 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students practice with a volunteer during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
Students practice with a volunteer during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Students practice with a volunteer during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 05 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students practice with a volunteer during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
Students practice with a volunteer during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Students practice with a volunteer during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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June 07, 2012
Students attend an undertaker class with a volunteer at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in...
Jiaxing, China
Students attend an undertaker class with a volunteer at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in...
Students attend an undertaker class with a volunteer at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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June 07, 2012
Promotional materials advertising undertaker services are seen at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service...
Jiaxing, China
Undertaker service promotional material is seen at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing,...
Promotional materials advertising undertaker services are seen at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 08 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students carry pieces of a plastic mannequin to be used for an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Jiaxing, China
Students carry pieces of a plastic mannequin to be used for an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Students carry pieces of a plastic mannequin to be used for an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 09 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students carry pieces of a plastic mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Jiaxing, China
Students carry pieces of a plastic mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Students carry pieces of a plastic mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken may 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 11 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
A student massages the legs of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Jiaxing, China
A student massages the legs of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
A student massages the legs of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 12 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students practice with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
Students practice with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Students practice with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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June 07, 2012
A student practices with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
A student practices with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
A student practices with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 14 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
Students practice with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
Students practice with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Students practice with a mannequin during their undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 15 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
A student files the nails of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
Jiaxing, China
A student files the nails of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral...
A student files the nails of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 16 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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June 07, 2012
A student massages the head of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
Jiaxing, China
A student massages the head of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing...
A student massages the head of a mannequin during an undertaker service class at the Tianquanjiajing Funeral Service school in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province May 29, 2012. A new breed of young Chinese undertakers are fighting centuries-old taboos to gain social acceptance for their profession, saying they help the deceased and their families make their final parting with respect. There are more than 1,500 students across the country studying to become undertakers each year. Courses in funeral services take three years to complete and the service includes washing of the dead body as well as providing funeral make-up and dressing. Picture taken May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 17 OF 17 FOR PACKAGE 'FUNERAL SERVICE STUDENTS'
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