Apple iPad book two replicas have been sold in Malaysia for a ceremony to honor the dead.
During the Qing Ming Festival, also known as the festival of cleaning the graves, the Chinese communities in Asia pay homage to their ancestors by burning fake money or luxury items.
These typically include designer handbags, electronic massage chairs and plasma TVs, but in recent iPads iPhones and have also proved popular.
A shop owner said it had sent in 300 IPAD two sets of replicas from China, which sold for a dollar each.
They were marked as having 888 gigabytes of capacity, since it is an auspicious number in Chinese culture.
The festival originated in Confucian teachings family loyalty and tradition.