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Chinese death traditions, rituals & beliefs

In China, the Chinese are influenced by a number of teachings, including Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism. Though life is something to be honored in Chinese culture, death is considered taboo, and it's something not talked about openly. Despite this, remembrance and honoring ancestors is a pillar part of Chinese culture and daily life.

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