A woman prays with a paper money offering at a columbarium in Hong Kong on November 28, 2015. The government’s free Internet Memorial Service is restricted to those whose remains are in Hong Kong. Photo: AP A woman prays with a paper money offering at a columbarium in Hong Kong on November 28, 2015. The government’s free Internet Memorial Service is restricted to those whose remains are in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
A woman prays with a paper money offering at a columbarium in Hong Kong on November 28, 2015. The government’s free Internet Memorial Service is restricted to those whose remains are in Hong Kong. Photo: AP

Letters | How Hong Kong can better promote online memorial services as part of a green burial

  • Set up celebrity tribute pages, such as for Jin Yong, create a Facebook or Twitter page with hashtags, and ease criteria, so more Hongkongers can use the service

A woman prays with a paper money offering at a columbarium in Hong Kong on November 28, 2015. The government’s free Internet Memorial Service is restricted to those whose remains are in Hong Kong. Photo: AP A woman prays with a paper money offering at a columbarium in Hong Kong on November 28, 2015. The government’s free Internet Memorial Service is restricted to those whose remains are in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
A woman prays with a paper money offering at a columbarium in Hong Kong on November 28, 2015. The government’s free Internet Memorial Service is restricted to those whose remains are in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
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