In late morning, people make offerings and pay homage to their ancestors. It is the Chinese way of expressing gratitude. After presenting offerings, the ceremony should always end with burning silver and golden papers, which is believed to be a way of giving money to the dead. After everything is done, family members join together and have lunch, and then it is time for exchanging the Chinese red envelopes.
In the afternoon, the people will perform another worshipping ceremony for the dead. The offerings are mostly basket-shaped Chinese pudding, sweet tarot, silver and golden papers, then end by lighting firecrackers to wipe away all the bad fortunes.