Why is it sometimes difficult to work out how old someone is in China? Why is turning sixty a big deal? When does China decide you're getting too old for this shit? What does it mean if you're a Yang Wood Rat? M.M. Plumm and Leia Luo look into the topic of ageing in China.
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Disclaimer: Yes, we know the Double Ninth festival was in October. Just after this was filmed and edited, Leia was hospitalized and so this delayed things somewhat. She's fine now though!