聽 我 說 吧

Illustration 插 畫: Mei Yao

Speak My Language is a storytelling media arts project for and by low-income Chinese seniors to share their experiences of language and cultural barriers in accessing healthcare, while exploring individual and collective healing and envisioning a culturally accessible healthcare system.

This project is a collection of five radio documentaries highlighting the experiences of Chinese elders facing barriers to access in the BC healthcare system. Created through collaborations between youth and seniors, Speak My Language promotes a greater awareness of accessibility in healthcare, while teaching community members media production skills and building intergenerational connections. 


We hosted a launch event on March 7, 2020 at the SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts. Click here to learn more about the event.

Speak My Language「聽我說吧」是一個社區參與的新媒體藝術項目,希望透過聲音廣播的方式去傳播華人社區低收入長者的心聲,分享他們在卑詩省醫療系統中遇到的語言障礙和文化差異。在探索和撫平這些經歷的過程中,我們共同展望一個更有文化包容,讓更多人能真正享受到服務的醫療系統。


我們於2020年3月7日在SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts舉辦了故事發佈會。點擊了解更多活動的詳情。

R A D I O  D O C S


Full English radio docs have been released on March 7

Full Chinese radio docs and bilingual transcripts coming soon!

​英文全集聲音紀錄片已在3月7日發佈; 國語紀錄片和雙語故事文本稍後發佈!


A Place of Your Own



Displaced by Death: Seeking Belonging in End-of-Life Care



Mei Poh Poh:

Beyond Care and Resilience

Mei 婆婆:關心愛護與堅強

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Do It My Way



Never Too Old


These radio docs have been produced under the mentorship of Rachel Lau  

​​以上聲音紀錄片由Rachel Lau 劉可莉 指導

T H A N K  Y O U !

P R O J E C T   S P O N S O R 

項 目 贊 助

Government of Canada New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) 


City of Vancouver Community Arts

Grants Program 


E V E N T   S P O N S O R 

發 佈 會 贊 助

SFU‘s Vancity Office of Community Engagement 

UBC Asian Canadian and Asian Migrant Studies Program 

S P E C I A L  T H A N K S 

特 別 感 謝

Alexander B. Kim | Madeline Taylor

 respectfulchild | CiTR 101.9FM & Discorder Magazine

©2020 by Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice