In the 21st century, China is accelerating into an ageing society and will become the world's most serious ageing country by 2050, with the elderly population accounting for about 34% of the total population. In front of the growing demand for elderly care services, the programme visits elderly care organisations and professionals to explore the path of elderly care services in three places across the Taiwan Strait. And consider how to establish a rational system, what are the similarities and differences in the development trends between different places and how to improve the existing resources of the society. Now the concept of raising children for the elderly has quietly changed. Could the reform of China's elderly care system provide the kind of environment that hard-working people expected?