World AIDS Day through Chinese Eyes

Hailey Xie has a great post on World AIDS day and what it meant for her. It begins:

I have a red silk ribbon. I carefully put it at the place where I could see it every day. It’s red. It’s made from silk, and it’s a ribbon. But it’s RED SILK RIBBON, which stands for love, stands for our genuine love to all the unfortunate AIDS victims and HIV carriers, stands for our passion to bring fairness to them, stands for our hearts, stands for the determination that we are going to conquer the war against AIDS.

Read the whole thing; it will give you some hope.

The Discussion: One Comment

Realy good site!

September 16, 2005 @ 6:54 am | Comment

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