Chinese elderly turns fish bones into artwork

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For more: Gao Siji, an 88-year-old artist, turns fish bones and shrimp shells into artwork. Gao founded the only community college for the elderly in east China’s Hangzhou City with the support of the local authorities after she moved to the Dejia community in 2001. She has been teaching art at the college after she retired.

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