NYT story (As China Ages, Beijing Turns to Morality Tales to Spur Filial Devotion) shows that China not really all that different from West: urbanization, industrialization, modernity all conspire to make "sandwich" generations (caring for kids and parents at same time) less caring about their elderly parents.
Beijing tries to instruct them with old morality tales. It ain't working.
I sneak off to Denver for another speech. This time it's a commodities (gold) focused convention.