Wang Yizhong, 68, and his family recently returned to his hometown to trace his roots, pay homage to his ancestors, and visit his grandfather's grave. In recent years, more and more Taiwanese compatriots have returned to their hometowns to reconnect with their roots.

It is the tradition of the Chinese people to be cautious about pursuing the past, and worshiping ancestors during the Tomb-Sweeping Day is a common custom for compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Strait.