lazy busy to make it down, one cemetery is offering to do your duty for you — and livestream it as proof.

The Yuhuatai Cemetery in Nanjing has started to offer its services on China's largest social media platform, WeChat. 

Customers can register and pay online, and will later receive a password to watch the livestream at an assigned time. Read more...

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A service now lets people pay their respects to the dead through a livestream

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It seems like you truly can find the answer to everything online.

Qingming Festival is the one day a year where many Chinese people visit cemeteries to pay their respects to their ancestors, typically by praying, cleaning the graves, or leaving offerings. 

But if you’re too lazy busy to make it down, one cemetery is offering to do your duty for you — and livestream it as proof.

The Yuhuatai Cemetery in Nanjing has started to offer its services on China’s largest social media platform, WeChat. 

Customers can register and pay online, and will later receive a password to watch the livestream at an assigned time. Read more…

More about Wechat, Qingming, China, and Tech

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