In the mountains of Guangxi province, a ritual is practiced on day every year dating back to AD 732. Through a smoke-filled haze, pink candles and red joss paper are melted and strewn around ancient burial grounds. Offerings such as apples, roast chickens and ghost money are left by gravesides. Vaguely seen figures disappear into the mist and among the trees. These are not typical landscapes. Yong's camera captures the subtle mystery of this rarely documented custom.
26 x 22 cm, first edition of 250 copies, published by Cutaway Editions
Justin Ming Yong was born in 1989 in Canada and currently lives in Taipei, Taiwan