Traditional grief theories are more concerned about the challenges faced by the bereaved persons from an individual psychological perspective. The Dual Process Model (DPM) theory has added another emphasis on coping, with the secondary challenges in the environment induced by the death, while equally concerned about the primary individualistic emotional and psychological challenges. One of the key features of this model is the oscillation between these two forms of coping. DPM theory acknowledges the importance of cultural differences in the coping process. Culture defines “abnormal grief” as well as prescribing ways of facing bereavement. This chapter aims to view resilience through the lens of DPM. With special reference to Chinese culture, this chapter also examines the role of culture in DPM theorizing and the translation of interventions developed from this model.