Hongkongers are urged to plan properly for their retirement to keep their minds and bodies active. Photo: Sam Tsang

When retirement is not rosy: empty nest syndrome, idle time and inadequate policies give Hong Kong’s elderly the blues

  • Experts advise mixing things up in one’s twilight years and keeping the mind active, but it also starts with society recognising value in the aged
  • Silver tsunami will see a third of city’s population aged over 65 by 2036
Topic |   Ageing society

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Hongkongers are urged to plan properly for their retirement to keep their minds and bodies active. Photo: Sam Tsang
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