Article of the Day: Joss Paper

Article of the Day:
Joss Paper

Also known as ghost money, Joss paper is a type of paper burned during traditional Chinese deity or ancestor worship ceremonies on special holidays. The paper is also sometimes burned at Chinese funerals. Traditionally made from coarse bamboo paper or rice paper, Joss paper is typically cut into individual squares or rectangles that are decorated with a thin piece of square foil or a red ink seal. More contemporary and westernized varieties of Joss paper include Hell Bank Notes, which are what? More…:

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