Today marks the last day of celebrations for Ching Ming Festival – the 2,500-year-old “tomb-sweeping” holiday, so called because families clean and adorn their ancestors’ graves. The festival, one of the year’s most important holidays for the Chinese-Cambodian community, officially lasts three days but often is celebrated for as long as a week. The Post joined some of the many families making pilgrimages back to their hometowns bearing food, decorative paper, incense and other offerings for the deceased. Read the full story here.
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