NYT ANDREW JACOBS and ADAM CENTURY September 5, 2012 BEIJING — Reading it now, six centuries after Guo Jujing wrote this paean to parental devotion, “The 24 Paragons of Filial Piety” comes off as a collection of scary bedtime stories. There is … Continue reading
CNN February 10, 2011|By Jaime FlorCruz, CNN For 93-year-old widow Liu Bingdi, the Chinese lunar New Year is the happiest time of the year. “It’s a time when we all gather for family reunion,” says Mrs. Liu.
CHINA DAILY CAI XIAO February 8, 2011 Behind two elderly people walking on a street in Nanjing, is the Chinese character “fu” (which means happiness) on a wall. Analysts say the number of Chinese people older than 60 will … Continue reading
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CHINA.ORG.CN – JESSICA ZHANG December 27, 2010 As the winter sun rises, the streets in the Beijing suburbs around Fragrant Mountain begin to bustle with commuter traffic. But in a local nursing home for the elderly, the atmosphere remains quiet … Continue reading
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