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Descriere: (210504) -- SHENYANG, May 4, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Chen Si plays psychological games with the elderly people at Tianzhushan Nursing Home in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, April 28, 2021. Chen Si, 34, graduated from Harvard University. In 2013, she quit her job on Wall Street and came back to her hometown. And that's when she started a full-time job as a director of a nursing home.\r\nAt first, many people didn't understand the reason why a young lady like her made such a decision and doubted whether she could take good care of the elderly. \r\n There are nearly 500 elderly people at the nursing home, with an average age of 80 years old. To get more involved in their lives, Chen Si moved into the nursing home and tried to make friends with the erderly. \r\n Over time, she has won their trust and love and established strong bonds with the elderly. They call her 'ACE' lady as she works as a psychological consultant, a nutritionist and a nurse at the same time here. She takes care of their health, pays attention to their diet and keeps them company. \r\n Chen Si also integrates the psychotherapy she learned at Harvard University into various game activities, holds cultural workshops and even sets up a fashion model club for the elderly people. In Chen Si's opinion, for the senior care industry, it's not only about keeping the elderly well-fed and well clothed. What's more important is to make the elderly feel valued. \r\n 'I never feel regret about my choice,' said Chen Si. 'I truly hope that more young people would join me in providing senior care service, contributing forward-looking ideas, professional skills and compassionate care'. (Xinhua/Yang Qing)