“He can’t move around now, I help him,” a still spry Zhang said. “When I can’t move, someone will also care for me.”
Wed, May 22, 2013 - Page 9 News List
Graying China taps rural elderly to care for those even older
Massive rural-to-urban migration has left many older people living in rural areas without family members to care for them, but Qiantun’s self-help model may provide a solution
By Li Hui and Maxim Duncan / Reuters, QIANTUN, China
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