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August 16, 2013
Joss paper are thrown to a giant paper statue of Chinese deity "Da Shi Ye" or "Guardian God of Ghosts"...
Kajang, Malaysia
Joss paper are thrown to a giant paper statue of Chinese deity Da Shi Ye during the Chinese Hungry Ghost...
Joss paper are thrown to a giant paper statue of Chinese deity "Da Shi Ye" or "Guardian God of Ghosts" during the Chinese Hungry Ghost Festival in Kajang, outside Kuala Lumpur, early August 17, 2013. The Hungry Ghost Festival is celebrated during the seventh month of the Chinese lunar calendar, when prayers are offered to the dead and offerings of food and paper-made models of items such as televisions, refrigerators and sport cars are burnt to appease wandering spirits. It is believed that the gates of hell are opened during the month and dead ancestors return to visit their relatives. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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