Having a chat about death, with a cup of tea in one hand and a slice of carrot cake in the other, might sound unusual. But in fact, ‘death cafes’ have surged in popularity during the pandemic.
Originally set up in the UK in 2011, organisers say the objective is “to increase awareness of death, with a view to helping us make the most of our (finite) lives”.
More than 10,000 death cafe meetings have taken place in 70 countries over the past …
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Original title: Fancy discussing your demise over tea and cake? The rise of the ‘death cafe’