Three generation households have been the tradition in China, assuring the elderly that they would have a place to live and a family to care for them. But today, as China's economy modernizes, grown children are pursuing their careers in cities around the world, leaving their parents feeling lonely and forgotten.
Three generation households have been the tradition in China, assuring the elderly that they would have a place to live and a family to care for them. But today, as China's economy modernizes, grown children are pursuing their careers in cities around the world, leaving their parents feeling lonely and forgotten. MCT
Three generation households have been the tradition in China, assuring the elderly that they would have a place to live and a family to care for them. But today, as China's economy modernizes, grown children are pursuing their careers in cities around the world, leaving their parents feeling lonely and forgotten. MCT

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