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Living and dying alone in South Korea


People are living longer these days in South Korea, but there is an entire generation that’s being forgotten – the elderly. Many of them are poor and have no family. Sometimes, sadly, these older folks are living in isolation and many die alone. Shane Hahm traveled around Seoul to see just how big the problem is.

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Living and dying alone in South Korea


People are living longer these days in South Korea, but there is an entire generation that’s being forgotten – the elderly. Many of them are poor and have no family. Sometimes, sadly, these older folks are living in isolation and many die alone. Shane Hahm traveled around Seoul to see just how big the problem is.

 

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living in isolation CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Shane Hahm

CAMERAMAN: Jin-Woo Lee, Sang-gyu Lim

EDITOR: CJ E&M

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Inside India’s ‘surrogacy village’


People often turn to unusual ways to make an extra income to support the family. In India, a trend is on the rise of women becoming surrogate mothers. They carry a baby for people who cannot have their own children. But for these surrogate mothers, even though the money is good, the job is tough and emotional. Ravinder Bawa traveled to Anand, India where she met the women who are making sacrifices to give life to others.

Inside India’s ‘surrogacy village’


People often turn to unusual ways to make an extra income to support the family. In India, a trend is on the rise of women becoming surrogate mothers. They carry a baby for people who cannot have their own children. But for these surrogate mothers, even though the money is good, the job is tough and emotional. Ravinder Bawa traveled to Anand, India where she met the women who are making sacrifices to give life to others.

 

Watch the story below:

 

INDIA'S SURROGACY BOOM CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT: Ravinder Bawa

CAMERAMAN:  K Siddiqui

EDITOR:  Subhash Bhanwala

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China’s secret to long life?


What if you were sick or dying, and told there was a place you could go to extend your life? In a remote part of China, villagers say they have found the key to longevity. Yin Hang traveled to Bama County in Southern China to investigate the so-called ‘longevity village’.

 

China’s secret to long life?


What if you were sick or dying, and told there was a place you could go to extend your life? In a remote part of China, villagers say they have found the key to longevity. Yin Hang traveled to Bama County in Southern China to investigate the so-called ‘longevity village’.

 

 

Watch the story below:

 

PAKISTAN'S TRUCK ARTISTS CREDITS

CORRESPONDENT:Yin Hang

CAMERAMAN:D J Clark

EDITOR: Li Yang