The Fortune Teller

The Chinese are, by and large, a superstitious people; they burn money over ancestors' graves on Grave Sweeping Day in hopes of prosperity, they wear wooden bead bracelets for good luck; at Temples, they burn incense and deposit money at the shrines all in search of prosperity and good fortune. Here, in the Ancient Town of Qibao, a mother takes he daughter to have her fortune told.

The Chinese are, by and large, a superstitious people; they burn money over ancestors’ graves on Grave Sweeping Day in hopes of prosperity, they wear wooden bead bracelets for good luck; at Temples, they burn incense and deposit money at the shrines all in search of prosperity and good fortune. Here, in the Ancient Town of Qibao, a mother takes her daughter to have her fortune told.

One thought on “The Fortune Teller

  1. you definitely have a coffee table book to get published when you come back to the states, on second thought get it printed in China they would bootleg anyway do not believe in copy writes. keep it coming.

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