By PAULA SPAN, New York Times, July 27, 2011, Residents of a home for the elderly in Nanjing, China. In any discussion here about the decision to move an older person into some sort of care facility, we can virtually count … Continue reading
NYT ALAN WHEATLEY March 28, 2011 BEIJING — If demography is destiny, as the French philosopher Auguste Comte put it, then Asia faces daunting challenges in the coming decades.
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
Posted in Aging China, Community Care, Elder Homes, Filial Piety, Government policy, Long Term Care, Pension and Retirement reform, Retirement home industry
Tagged Aging Demography, elder homes, Filial piety, high end facilities, long term care, pension reform, retirement home market