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China's Kunshan develops elderly service industry emphasizing day-care facilities, institutions

Updated: Aug 27,2019 09:36 AM    Xinhua
Staff members prepare takeaway food for elderly people at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019. In recent years, Kunshan has been committed to developing elderly service industry with its emphasis on day-care facilities and institutions. So far, about 112 day-care service centers and meal service providers for the elderly have been in operation in the city.[Photo/Xinhua]
A staff member loads a vehicle with takeaway food for elderly people at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]
Elderly villagers play chess at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]
A doctor provides physical check-ups for an elderly villager at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]
Elderly villagers have a meal at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]
Elderly villagers have a meal at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]
A staff member serves soup for elderly villagers at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]
Staff members work at an elderly care service center in Yonggong village of Zhoushi township in Kunshan city, East China's Jiangsu province, Aug 26, 2019.[Photo/Xinhua]

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