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Chinese graveyard. (CmdrGravy/Flickr)

Is it OK to Raze Ancestral Graves?

A large-scale “ancestral grave-razing” movement was launched mid-year in Zhoukou, Henan Province. So far, over 2 million graves have been levelled. This is not an isolated incident. Earlier, the same movement also took place in Nanyang.

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Is it OK to Raze Ancestral Graves?

A large-scale “ancestral grave-razing” movement was launched mid-year in Zhoukou, Henan Province. So far, over 2 million graves have been levelled. This is not an isolated incident. Earlier, the same…