Report From Shanghai: Retired

September 15, 2005

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The profile of China's elderly is beginning to change -- especially in the cities -- as life spans increase and more people live apart from their children. New ways to house the elderly range from private retirement homes to converted schools. In Shanghai, the traditional extended family with three generations living under one roof may become just an ideal of the past.

Video: Kim Perry, Graduate School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley

Additional support for "Report from Shanghai" was provided by institutional and individual gifts from UC Berkeley's Institute of East Asian Studies, the Center for Chinese Studies, the Department of East Asian Languages and Culture, International and Area Studies, and the Program on Mass Communication. ORIAS contributed to outreach and distribution. Instructors: Todd Carrel and Christopher Beaver. Technical Advisor: Milt Wallace.

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