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Books I have completed reading since January 2018:

1. No Man's Nightingale - Ruth Rendell
2. One Day - David Nicholls
3. The Door - Margaret Atwood
Can someone die further?
Monday. 10.12.15 7:55 pm
Mum was telling me about the latest effigy she saw during a friend's relative's wake. As you know, the Chinese burn stuff for the dead so the dead can live a comfortable live below. I know my dead grandma has lots of money, a house and a couple of maids. I once joked why don't we buy her a car? My aunt replied that she doesn't know how to drive. Ok. That makes sense.

Mum was telling me that the latest trend is to burn the iconic Bruce Lee as driver to the deceased. That was disturbing to me. How can you burn someone who is already dead to be someone else's driver? He is already dead and already below or above... and you want him to be someone's driver? I find it disrespectful and cruel. It's like we are cursing him again and again.

Sister joked that there will be too many Bruce Lee in the underworld. Where is the logic in that? And then all Bruce Lee fights to prove themselves? What a nightmare.

I believe what the seller is trying to do is... Do you guys have GPS? In Malaysia, we can get Arnold Schwarzenegger's voice to give GPS direction. I think this is what the seller trying to achieve similarly by using effigy.

Poor Bruce Lee.
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