In the 21st century, China is facing the rapid challenge of an ageing society. By 2050, it is projected to become the world's most serious ageing country, with the elderly population accounting for about 34% of the total population. As the demand for elderly care services continues to grow, our crew embarks on a journey to explore the path of elderly care services in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. We aim to understand the establishment of a rational system, identify the similarities and differences in development trends across different regions, and discover ways to improve the existing resources in society. The traditional concept of relying on children to care for the elderly is gradually changing, and it begs the question: can the reform of China's elderly care system provide the kind of environment that hard-working individuals have longed for?