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Genki Kaki’s 10-part series of short films and articles follows two ageing Singaporeans, Elizabeth Seah and Jelly Tan, as they explore the rich diversity of services for seniors in Japan – which has the world’s oldest population – and reflect on what fast-ageing Singapore can learn from them.

Episodes:
E1, Take Off!
E2, The Grand Generation
E3, Living Independently
E4, High-End Haven
E5, No Diapers, No Problem
E6, Don't Baby Me
E7, HDB Living, Japanese Style
E8, You are What You Eat
E9, Heartware, not just Hardware
E10, End Reflections

Japan and Singapore
As of 2016, more than one in four Japanese were aged 65 and above. By contrast, only around one in eight Singaporeans are senior citizens. But Singapore is also one of the fastest ageing countries in the world with the number of elderly set to double to nearly a million by 2030.

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Arcade Games for the Elderly As Japan’s population greys, video games now target ‘silver generation’.
Wakabadai Public Housing Estate The wakabadai public housing estate has been equipped with facilities such as a 24-hour emergency hotline, a day centre and home-care services to enable its residents to age at home. Nearly 45 per cent are senior citizens.
Maihama Club Built by a Swedish entrepreneur who first moved to Japan in the 1990s, it is a high-end nursing home for those who want quality – and are willing to pay for it.
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Epi 1, Take Off!
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10 Nov 2017

Epi 2, The Grand Generation
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10 Nov 2017

Epi 3, Living Independently
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10 Nov 2017

Episodes:
E1, Take Off!
E2, The Grand Generation
E3, Living Independently
E4, High-End Haven
E5, No Diapers, No Problem
E6, Don't Baby Me
E7, HDB Living, Japanese Style
E8, You are What You Eat
E9, Heartware, not just Hardware
E10, End Reflections

Japan and Singapore
As of 2016, more than one in four Japanese were aged 65 and above. By contrast, only around one in eight Singaporeans are senior citizens. But Singapore is also one of the fastest ageing countries in the world with the number of elderly set to double to nearly a million by 2030.

genkikaki.com

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