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August 03, 2014
People watch an effigy burn at the Hungry Ghost festival in Kuala Lumpur August 3, 2014. According to...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
People watch an effigy burn at the Hungry Ghost festival in Kuala Lumpur
People watch an effigy burn at the Hungry Ghost festival in Kuala Lumpur August 3, 2014. According to Taoist and Buddhist beliefs, the seventh month of the Chinese Lunar calendar, known as the Hungry Ghost Festival is when the Gates of Hell open to let out spirits who wander the land of the living looking for food. Food offerings are made while paper money and joss sticks are burnt to keep the spirits of dead ancestors happy and to bring good luck. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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