Keith Tsuji

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Hungry ghost festival
Location: Hong Kong
Nationality: Japanese
Biography: Never content to do one thing at a time, photographer Keith Tsuji is a true multi-talented artist. In recent years, Keith's passion for graphic design has evolved to embrace the art of photography. His work journals the places he has lived,... MORE
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Hungry ghost festival
Copyright Keith Tsuji 2022
Updated Aug 2022
Topics Art, Culture, Culture stories, Documentary, Editorial, Festival, Journalism, Photography, Photojournalism, Travel
Hungry Ghost Festival, also known as the Yu Lan Festival happens during the seventh month of the Lunar calendar and lasts for fourteen days, this year it starts on August 12th, 2022. This Chinese festival is known for the paper offerings made of joss paper and bamboo that are burned for the dead to have in the afterworld. In Chinese culture, families traditionally honour the dead with gifts and memories of those who have deceased, the paper crafts nowadays cross variety of items from smartphone, guitar, skiing gears to Transformer.
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