China’s Old People are Mysteriously Disappearing

by Admin on October 14, 2016

80% of missing people cases involves the elderly

CNN reports that an approximate 1300 elderly people go missing every day and a total of 500,000 go missing every year.

A report submitted by the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, 80% of people that have gone missing were elders, 25% of whom suffered from Alzheimer’s or dementia. Mental illness appeared to be the main cause for the disappearance of the elders. The report also showed that 25% of missing elders that were found went missing again.

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China has the highest number of people above 65 years of age among developing countries. Reports indicate that by 2030, China will have the highest number of aged people in the world, a staggering 400 million people above the age of 60.

Harsh family planning laws in China are to blame for the declining population. China’s ‘one-child’ policy did not allow citizens to have more than one child per family. The law was overturned last year.

Read the original article at CNN

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