Dying Alone Becomes New Normal as Japan Spurns ConfuciusKanoko Matsuyama
Itoko Uchida, 82, was counting on the nephew she raised to support her in old age. He refused, forcing her to pay for a sponsor to join the 420,000-long queue of Japanese waiting for a nursing home bed.
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