Asia Pacific China to dancing grannies: Step in line, quietly

As young urbanites grouse about noise pollution from elderly female dancers in public places, China's government vows to impose standards. Behind the dispute are changing social norms.

Andy Wong/AP

The Chinese government has had enough. A decree has gone out. The armies of dancing grannies who fill the country’s parks and plazas every morning and evening, deafening passers-by with their music, must fall in line.