Uemura is pleased to offer you one of the most traditional experiences in Taipei. Attend the Joss paper ceremony, also known as Ghost Paper. This Chinese tradition honours the ancestors of each family. It is commonly believed that, if people burn these papers, the ancestors will bring fortune to the family. Now, you will be able to actively take part in this ceremony by creating your own joss paper, made of bamboo. When your paper is dry, we will visit a craftsman, who is an expert in this tradition, who will draw some traditional design in red ink on your paper. When your Joss paper is ready, we will visit the temple honouring the goddess Mazu, where the tallest statue in the world of this goddess can be found. Here, you will be able to burn your ghost money to honour your ancestors. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or if you need any additional information about this activity. Our team will be glad to help you at any time.