New getai shows hope to get people to confront topic of death
Shows to get people to broach subject and address topics like end-of-life care
Published on May 7, 2014 8:06 AM
Getai performances are usually associated with the afterlife but five new shows hope to get people looking at death in a new light.
The shows in Mandarin will address topics like end-of-life care and encourage audience members to broach the subject with their families.
"We are all going to die. The question is how we are going to (deal with) it," said Lien Foundation chief executive Lee Poh Wah.
The foundation is one of the organisers of the initiative, which is called Die Die Must Say.
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