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When Filial Piety is a Legal Obligation

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Mon, 19 Aug 2013

Filial piety is a concept well-ingrained in many Asian cultures. Children are often taught to respect their elders, appreciate their hard work of parenting and to reciprocate that gratitude by looking after them in their old age. However, the financial obligation of looking after Asia’s graying soc

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