Malaysia: Hell Bank Note policy

Malaysian blogger Meshio is “totally against the ‘Hell Bank Note’ policy practiced worldwide, not just by Buddhist, but also by any other organizations which endorse the believe that by burning something material in this dimension, it would henceforth be received by another party in another dimension, commonly known as after-life, underworld or hell. To me, this concept is as absurd as time-travel itself.”

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