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Re: Chinese Funeral Paper



I used Joss paper in some cards I made a few years ago and wondered at the
time if their use in such a way (or in artists books) would be offensive to
those who use them in connection with funerals. Does anyone know?  Barbara

At 12:10 AM 6/26/2000 EDT, you wrote:
>It is called Joss Paper and available in Asian markets.  THE SHEETS COME IN
>DIFFERENT SIZES AND ARE EXTREMELY INEXPENSIVE FOR A LARGE SUPPLY.
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