Quite a few tourists seem to have made the most of the mini Victory Day holiday by paying a visit to Qu Yuan Temple in Hubei province to get rid of all their small cash.
Zigui County includes the hometown of ancient Chinese minister Qu Yuan, famous for his honor, virtue and giving the world zongzi. There is temple built in his honor first constructed more than 2,000 years ago in the Han Dynasty and then rebuilt during the Qing.
Along with various statues of Qu Yuan, the temple is famous for a collection of ancient hanging coffins. These coffins were hung in narrow and precarious ridges around the Three Gorges region by the Bo people in order to keep the bodies of their ancestors safe from wind, rain and water—as well as to make fat stacks of cash.
Who could must not photograph that?
What would Qu Yuan advise to do with all this cash?
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