Happy Halloween 万圣节快乐. The Ghost Festival. There is no “ Halloween” in China. However, there is a similar holiday known as 中元节 ， or the “Ghost Festival” 鬼节 Celebrated on July 14 th of the Lunar Calendar. The Chinese believe that the dead become ghosts between heaven and earth.
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The ghost “Xiao Qian”
in A Chinese Ghost Story
A typical Chinese ghost, i.e., the young woman whose face is covered by long black hair, who dies due to misfortune, then comes back for revenge.
The Chinese "vampire" which literally means "stiff corpse". In fact, it behaves more like a zombie rather than a vampire. They are reanimated corpses which hop around and kill living beings to absorb their "life essence". They arise when the soul of the dead fails to leave the corpse due to improper death or simply out of mischief.
“The Grim Rippers”
Black and White Guard of Impermanence: the guards of Hell who are tasked to lead the spirits of the dead to the Underworld after death. The White Guard and the Black Guard are in charge of evil and good spirits respectively.