A new attraction in China is offering people the chance to "experience" death and cremation. The "death-simulator," named "Xinglai" or "awaken" in English, opened on Monday in Shanghai and costs 444 yuan (£48, $68) for a two-hour session.
Visitors must answer questions based on life-or-death scenarios and those whose answer is deemed the worst are "killed" by their peers, before being "burnt" and "reborn" through a latex womb.
Founder Ding Rui said he "researched the death experience thoroughly" before opening Xingali, which has been in development for nearly four years.
"When we do not fully understand and take in (death), saying goodbye is really quite a complicated and difficult task. It covers various dimensions, conflicts, and even prevents you from being able to reach a decision, and you don't know what to do. This all can happen.
"So I thought of how to be able to come up with a premise on how to educate people on life, so as one approaches the moment just before they they face death, they don't have to think about these problems constantly," said Ding.
At the end of each session, the participants write down their reflections in a game survey and have the option of writing their "last words before death."
They can then take it home as a souvenir, or shred it on the spot.
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