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Martin, Linda G., Qiushi Feng, Robert F. Schoeni, and Yi Zeng. 2014. "Trends in Functional and Activity Limitations among Chinese Oldest-Old, 1998 to 2008." Population and Development Review, 40(3): 475-495.