Young lovers in Kunming
A pairs of young lover in Kunming city, capital of Yunnan province. A combination of openness towards sex and lack of awareness on HIV/AIDS has helped the epidemic to spread in many parts of the country
All five children in this family became HIV infected by their drug addict parents.
In Yunnan province, which borders with a number of countries in southeast Asia such as Myanmar, drugs could be easily obtained, making it a hotbed for HIV infections
Drug addicts in a detoxification center run by the government in a country bordering with Myanmar. The detoxification centers are part of the efforts to stop fast spreading growth of HIV/AIDS in southwestern China.
An elderly left in a HIV/AIDS infected village in Henan province
In Henan province in central China, many villagers are infected with HIV from underground blood transfusions when they sold their blood for money in the early 90s. Though the government banned the commercial blood transfusion after the explosion of HIV/AIDS in the province, the damage has been done, leaving many counties with very high infection rate, some even reach 80% of the population
The remaining member of a family
Loosing all his five children and wife, this HIV infected man live his remaining days in his home.
Graves in the farm field
Victims of HIV/AIDS in a county in Henan province were buried in the farm field
Three generations in a family infected with HIV/AIDS
HIV prevention training for students
Condoms were used in HIV prevention training for students to raise their awareness of the epidemic