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Health professionals say Taiwan's elderly care services deserve praise, but its caregivers remain woefully underpaid.
China sees its looming population crisis as the end of the window to accomplish important national goals.
In the face of mushrooming social security costs in an aging society, the government plans to start making elderly people with incomes above certain levels shoulder a greater burden of their medical and nursing care expenses.
The Taiwanese society has a hyper-aged population of over twenty percent; the growing rate is 1.6 times as much as Japan, 2.8 times more than the U.S. and 7.3 times as much as the U.K.