Zhao says sons are less reliable in providing care for their ageing parents than daughters, who tend to be more caring. Photo: Jeanette WangZhao says sons are less reliable in providing care for their ageing parents than daughters, who tend to be more caring. Photo: Jeanette Wang
Zhao says sons are less reliable in providing care for their ageing parents than daughters, who tend to be more caring. Photo: Jeanette Wang

Chinese researcher's story reflects country's ageing problems

Zhao Yaohui researches the mainland's ageing population, and the problems she has found mirror those in her own family, writes Jeanette Wang

Topic |   CHARLS
Zhao says sons are less reliable in providing care for their ageing parents than daughters, who tend to be more caring. Photo: Jeanette WangZhao says sons are less reliable in providing care for their ageing parents than daughters, who tend to be more caring. Photo: Jeanette Wang
Zhao says sons are less reliable in providing care for their ageing parents than daughters, who tend to be more caring. Photo: Jeanette Wang
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