Sandefan Village (三德范村), a small, old town near Jinan, the capital of Shandong Province in China. In this ancient village most buildings are ruins, and many residences are elderly. The name of the village is a play on words from the Chinese “three meals”. It is a ghost village now, frequently found in the countryside in China, when the young people have moved to the cities. Many buildings are defunct, and the old villages are on the verge of disappearance. We found an old shop, which provided funeral paper craft, and paper horses to be burned as offerings for the dead. Nobody really makes paper horses anymore, because for the modern China, the paper iPhones and the paper Maserati are more fashionable. The shop is one of few shops in the village, representing the living evidence of a dead village.