Food and flower offerings were scattered all over the freshly swept grave mounds on Qingdao’s Fushan, one week after 清明节 (Tomb Sweeping Festival).
Easter (“Resurrection Festival” 复活节 in Chinese) and Tomb Sweeping Day 清明节 tend to coincide. More about both below:
- Preparing for the Resurrection Festival (aka “Easter”) in Chinese
- Easter art from Chinese artists
- 3 random Easter-in-China photos
- Tomb Sweeping Festival 清明节 2011 photos from Nankai, Tianjin, China
- [Photo Gallery:] 2011 Tomb Sweeping Festival in Nankai, Tianjin, China
- Tomb Sweeping Day (清明节) 2010 in Tianjin
- Tomb Sweeping Day
A guy goes with his wife’s family to 扫墓, or perform Tomb Sweeping Festival rituals at the family tomb. Lots of pictures, interesting information, and first-hand descriptions of the experience: 清明节 (Qingming Festival), paying respect to the ancestors.
(More about Tomb Sweeping Festival here.)