China's aging population problem has worsened over the past few years amid declining marriage and birth rates. Statistics from the National Health Commission reveal that the number of new births only accounted for 0.07 percent of people aged over 60 last year. It's estimated that by 2030, one in four Chinese will be above 60. CGTN's Wang Xiaonan interviewed Wang Dan, an analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, for her insight on how to cope with a China that is aging faster than almost any other country.
Updated 13:09, 30-Oct-2018