Qing Ming – A Buddhist Understanding

A cultural practise since the Zhou Dynasty, Qing Ming or tomb sweeping day is a time where family members pay respect and remember their departed loved ones. Many rites and rituals are observed on this sacred occasion. In this interesting and colourful interview you will learn about the Buddhist perspectives of filial piety, kindness and compassion from Pastor Susan Lim, an ordained lay pastor from Kechara Buddhist Organization.