Pierre Haski: A Report from the Ground Zero of China’s AIDS Crisis

From Yale Global Online:

The international community has praised the Chinese government for its recent change of heart toward the AIDS crisis. Whereas central authorities considered the epidemic a foreign issue just five years ago, Chinese leaders today acknowledge the severity of the problem and are participating in international programs aimed at the prevention and treatment of the disease. Journalist Pierre Haski who has spent time in the most affected Henan province, however, argues that the reality on the ground belies the government’s lofty words.

July 1, 2005, 7:45 PM
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