Medical menus bridge language barriers in China

Ayden Fabien Férdeline 2012-03-29

Summary:

SHENZHEN, China, Aug. 15 (Ayden Fabien Férdeline/UPI) — With a veneer of uncertain optimism, an ailing Tibetan woman gracefully points to an illustration of a hot spring. Unable to speak Mandarin, she cannot describe her condition and is unable to afford the services of a professional translator. At a hospital in the southern Chinese province [...]

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http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/ferdeline/2010/03/05/medical-menus-bridge-language-barriers-in-china/

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education china medicine healthcare health care illiteracy shenzhen

Authors:

ferdeline

Date tagged:

03/29/2012, 22:50

Date published:

03/05/2010, 12:00