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In a Japanese Nursing Home, Some Workers Are Babies

They get paid in formula and diapers, and their work hours are flexible, in a program that connects people across generations and brightens lives. By Hikari Hida and John Yoon Sept. 1, 2022 TOKYO — Cooing, giggling and the patter of tiny feet mix with the sound of walkers and wheelchairs at a nursing home in southern Japan. …

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Parents Who Never Stopped Searching Reunite With Son Abducted 24 Years Ago

Guo Gangtang’s cross-country, decades-long search for his son inspired a movie. Now, there’s an ending fit for Hollywood. 57 By Vivian Wang and Joy DongJuly 14, 2021Updated 2:15 a.m. ET For nearly 24 years, the father crossed China by motorbike. With banners displaying photos of a 2-year-old boy flying from the back of his bike, he traveled more than …

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