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Cash for the afterlife

Cash for the afterlife

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TRACEY SHELTON

Fake money and gifts for the dead lay amid skulls in a tomb to Khmer Rouge victims at Wat Champous K'ek in Kandal province Sunday. During the five-day Chinese celebration known as Qingming that culminated this weekend, families present gifts of food, fake money and other imitation goods at the tombs of loved ones. 

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