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Be in Heaven

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With the severe ageing population, cemeteries in China continue to expand their area with rising prices. In this regard, the Chinese government vigorously promotes the ecological burial of replacing monuments with trees and burying ashes directly under trees or lawns. So that the lost life can return to nature, and thus alleviating the contradiction between the land-occupation of the traditional funeral and the current shortage of usable land. So I observed the ecological cemetery with photography, using the fake flowers, tombstones and fruits in the cemetery as threads to think about how life can circulate in the capital-led burial industry and the class division that can only be seen underground.

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