Not all tombs of Bukit Brown are moss covered and derelict. Some of the remainders are in excellent condition, either because they perhaps belonged to some wealthy deceased or perhaps they have descendants who are aware of the locations of the graves of the ancestors and observed the Qing Ming (Tomb Sweeping Day - a traditional Chinese annual activity). In the image seen above, I surmise that the original tombstone had been damaged (I saw some places were heavy, broken tree branches had crashed a few tombstones) and the current generation decided to have it replaced by a granite block. Even the tiles and stone lions look new, in contrast with the graves in the background. I would not be surprised if there are no surviving members of those buried behind. Or if there are, they probably cannot locate the graves of their ancestors.
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