Dave Lau takes part in an aerial yoga session in Jordan, Hong Kong. At 75 years old, Lau is a great example of how staying active can give you a longer, healthier life. Photo: Jonathan WongDave Lau takes part in an aerial yoga session in Jordan, Hong Kong. At 75 years old, Lau is a great example of how staying active can give you a longer, healthier life. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Dave Lau takes part in an aerial yoga session in Jordan, Hong Kong. At 75 years old, Lau is a great example of how staying active can give you a longer, healthier life. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Ageing well: why staying active is the key to longer life – you’re never too old to start exercising

  • Dave Lau is 75 years old but has the spirit and vitality of people half his age – and is an example of how staying active can give you a longer, healthier life
  • Active ageing is a global trend, propelled by action film stars Dolph Lundgren and Donnie Yen’s popular workout videos on social media
Topic |   How to age well
Dave Lau takes part in an aerial yoga session in Jordan, Hong Kong. At 75 years old, Lau is a great example of how staying active can give you a longer, healthier life. Photo: Jonathan WongDave Lau takes part in an aerial yoga session in Jordan, Hong Kong. At 75 years old, Lau is a great example of how staying active can give you a longer, healthier life. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Dave Lau takes part in an aerial yoga session in Jordan, Hong Kong. At 75 years old, Lau is a great example of how staying active can give you a longer, healthier life. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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