学生请发电子邮件至 email@example.com 以联系学生健康及福利团队 (Student Health & Wellbeing Team)。虽然中国文化中鲜有向陌生人倾诉或需求帮助的习惯，但是如果你受到该噩耗的影响，或者对即将到来的考试感到焦虑紧张，我们推荐你向学生健康及福利团队寻求帮助。与此同时，我们也希望你们能够互相帮助，任何对于朋友或者同事的忧虑都可以告知学校的员工。
Counselling and the Student Health & Wellbeing Team
The University is saddened to announce the death of Tianze Cai, an undergraduate in the School of Management.
Tianze‘s family has been informed and the Coroner’s Office is now investigating the circumstances of his death.
The University wishes to express its deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
We recognise the impact this will have on students and staff who knew Tianze and we are offering a range of support.
If you are a student, counselling support is available by emailing the Student Health & Wellbeing Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It may not be normal to seek support or go and talk to a stranger in the Chinese culture but we recommend that if you have been impacted by this event, or are feeling very stressed with upcoming exams, that you seek some help from the Health & Wellbeing Team. We also ask you please to support each other and please let a member of staff know if you are concerned about a friend or colleague.
The Chaplaincy is happy to talk with anyone who has been affected, in total confidence. The website is www.bath.ac.uk/chaplaincy, you can email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, and they operate an open door policy for people to pop in, Monday to Friday from 10am until at least 5pm.