100 Year Lives in Asia (100YLA)
Life expectancy in Asia has increased significantly from 1955 to 2020. In many Asian societies, centenarians are still celebrated, but they are no longer a rarity. Society and government policies have not been designed around the expectation that people will live to 100. Education, career, family, financial security and many other topics will be explored in the 100YLA series to address the many changing needs people and their families have as they prepare to live longer lives.
COVID-19 has brought many consequences for young and old within their communities. The 100YLA series will discuss 100 year lives in the context of a world facing a COVID-19 future.
Kathleen Cagney, Professor of Sociology of the University of Chicago, will invite experts from Asia and the U.S. to discuss the phenomenon, implications, challenges and opportunities for an aging population in Asia.
Episode 3: Social Distancing - A Historical Perspective
May 28, 2020 (Thursday)
7:30am | Chicago
1:30pm | London
2:30pm | Paris
6:00pm | Delhi
7:30pm | Jakarta | Ho Chi Minh City
8:30pm | Hong Kong | Beijing | Singapore | Manila | Taipei
9:30pm | Tokyo | Seoul
10:30pm | Sydney
Dr Christopher Kindell
Postdoctoral Social Sciences Teaching Fellow
Department of History and the College
The University of Chicago
Professor Howard Markel
George E. Wantz, M.D. Distinguished Professor of the History of Medicine
Director, Center for the History of Medicine
Professor of Pediatrics; Psychiatry; Public Health Management and Policy; History; and English Literature and Language
University of Michigan
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The event was hosted by The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong.