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SHA COUNTY, CHINA - MARCH 16: The hands of Chinese Buddhist nun Da Yong, 62, are seen during a prayer session with elderly residents of the nursing home at the Ji Xiang Temple on March 16, 2016 in Sha County, Fujian province, China. The Buddhist temple, which houses a nursing home, opened in 2000 as a spiritual promise by a revered elderly monk to provide care and compassion for the aged. Local officials say it is the only temple in China that provides sanctuary at no cost to its elderly residents, who, in some cases have no family to care for them as their children have migrated to major cities for work. Local villagers support the nursing home with donations of food, and it receives some government funding to ensure shelter and limited medical care. China's rapidly aging population poses a demographic challenge for the state, as the number of people over age 60 is expected to reach nearly half a billion within 30 years. The increased pressure on China's social safety net to support the elderly is complicated by a low national birth rate given the country's decades-long one-child policy. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

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