[Explanation] On the eve of the Qingming Festival, Luoyang, Henan held the first delivery ceremony of "life spar", aiming to advocate a civilized, green, ecological and new ecological burial method. Turned into eternity, sustenance mourning.

  [Explanation] At the event site, the organizer handed over the "life spar" just made to the family of the deceased, Ms. Xu, by reciting sacrificial texts, bowing, and signing the handover letter.

This "life spar" made of her father's ashes is also the first "life spar" in Luoyang.

  [Concurrent] Xu Yan, a family member of the deceased

  My father and I had a deep relationship before his death, so after my father passed away, I especially hoped that there would be a way to remember my father all the time. I just heard that there is a "life spar" service here, and I also learned that its size is very small. , The shape is very beautiful, so no matter where I go in the future, my father can always accompany me.

More importantly, compared with the traditional cemetery, its production cost is not high. Like the jewelry I made today, it is only about a thousand dollars. It is indeed a great comfort to me, and it satisfies my wish. .

  [Explanation] Public reports show that the "life spar" technology first appeared in the United States and was introduced into China in 2015.

"Life spar" is the ashes spar, which is made of ashes through cutting-edge technologies such as pressure and high temperature sublimation.

  [Explanation] It is understood that the ashes of deceased adults can form 100 to 400 spar, its density and hardness are higher than those of the ashes, and the volume is only 10% to 15% of the original volume of the ashes. The beautiful "life spar" can not only be preserved for a long time, but also can be stored at home or carried with you.

  [Concurrent] Cui Zhenyu, head of the event organizer

  We use the latest scientific and technological means to make "life spar". Such funeral and commemoration methods not only greatly reduce the funeral burden of family members, but also make the deceased more dignified and commemorate more lasting.

  Reported by Li Chaoqing and Sun Pengfei from Luoyang, Henan

Responsible editor: [Luo Pan]