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In an ageing society, it is very important to encourage interactions and communication amongst the young and the old in times of technological innovation, geographic mobility, and shifting economies. However, there is always a large gap between generations. Is generation gap ‘unbridgeable” as most would believe? What are the essential elements in overcoming the differences between generations? How might we change the perception and behaviour of the young and old to be more age inclusive? (The session is conducted in Cantonese only.)

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