Chinese Cemetery Studies is an electronic discussion list, begun by Wendy Rouse in 1997, which brings together the community of scholars working on aspects of Chinese (particularly overseas Chinese) funerary and mortuary practices. The list has been hosted by the University of Idaho and managed by Terry Abraham <tabraham @ uidaho.edu> since December 1998.
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