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As Chinese New Year approaches, fortune-seekers begin to spend time praying at temples. Burning incense is part of that tradition.
Incense or hio is believed to be a bridge between the human and spirit worlds for followers of the Tridharma (Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism). Smoke rises high into the air, symbolizing the connection between the prayers of living people and God and their ancestors.