Li Ming’s Cemetery
Malaysia’s national treasure actor Datuk Li Ming died peacefully on the 6th and enjoys his 90th birthday. He will be buried in the “Artist’s Mausoleum” at Fugui Villa, adjacent to the cemetery of the late friend Qiu Qingyun.
As early as 2013, the Rich Group had spent RM500,000 on the “Dawn Court” built by Dabao Dawn, the national treasure artist, and on August 18, 2013, the Wangshan Ceremony was held, which means “New Home and Occupation”.
According to Feng Shui Master Huang Shilin, it is a blessed land to face the turtles at the place where Dawn will sleep in the future, and to build a monument in October 2012 and conduct a seed-based ceremony.
At dawn, at the press conference, Li Ming Court was her future home. She was very satisfied with this “villa” and could not pick up bones in her eggs. She said that she will not be afraid of breeding grounds because everything is dealt with by the feng shui master and the breeding ground is a good thing for family members. So when the rich group made suggestions to her, she agreed immediately.
She hopes that people of the same age can be inspired and arrange things behind her. “I am really happy and my future home is so complete. This is my blessing.”