China's elderly have traditionally been taken care of by their children. But with one in four mainlanders expected to be older than 60 by 2030, and families smaller, new ways must be found to support them. Photo: Reuters
Legacy of one-child policy could have consequences for elderly welfare

A landmark study shows mainland's elderly still get significant support from their children, but the one-child policy could change that forever

2 Nov 2015 - 4:11PM