The 2,500 years old festival of Hong Kong is the Ching Ming festival, also famously called the Sweeping Tomb festival. This culturally rich Chinese festival is now celebrated as a public holiday where people spend their time cleaning the tombs of their ancestors, showing respect. To make their ancestral relations comfortable, Chinese during this time offers food and weeds in the monuments along with the burning of paper imitations for their ancestors, which are often believed as luxuries which will be later used by the ancestors in their afterlife.
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