Displaced by Death: Seeking Belonging in End-of-Life Care
​臨終的歸屬:尋求安寧的養老院

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Anonymous|Sera Bao|Kaitlyn Fung 馮嘉欣

Death is a universal experience, but not everyone can access it with the care, dignity, and comfort that they deserve. Following the story of one Chinese senior trying to seek end-of-life care in Vancouver’s healthcare system, tensions around language, culture, death, and the reflections that come with them, are revealed.

 

死亡是每個人最終都需要經歷的事情,但大家在面對死亡的時候不一定能有尊嚴、舒適並被關心地去世。這是一位華人長者在溫哥華的醫療系統中尋求安養的故事,呈現出由語言、文化與死亡引起的緊張關係及其帶來的深思。

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