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AIDS Concern World AIDS Day 2013 Mall Event
Spreading the “I'M Positive” message in Hong Kong
(Photo by Michael Law)
On 1 Dec 2013, AIDS Concern organized a public event commemorating the World AIDS Day 2013 at Windsor House, Causeway Bay. The event is co-organized with Metro Radio and title-sponsored by Durex. It is joined by Mrs. Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet Ngor, Chief Secretary for Administration; Dr. York Chow Yat Ngok, Chairperson of the Equal Opportunities Commission; Mr. Shiu Ka Chun, Lecturer & Associate of Arts in Applied Social Service of Hong Kong Baptist University; Artists including Ms. Siu Yam Yam, Ms. Corinna Chamberlain and Ms. Kellyjackie. To echo with the theme of “I’M Positive”, all of the guests were invited to put up one of the letters of the “I’M Positive” statement on a giant Red Ribbon, symbolizing their supports and commitments to the campaign.
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As music playing devices change rapidly through different models and forms in timespans of only months; people change through and consume new tech goodies in an instant flash. It’s the same with headphones; but certain models gets lifelong attached to true listeners by delivering individual’s specific preferences in sound and comfort. Headphones can’t be too big, it has to give a good ring to the ears, and it should most definitely be gentle to the skin; not to mention for it to look hip and trendy to match one’s daily outlook.
Show your support for people living with HIV
Let’s Think Positive, Let’s Live Positive!
World AIDS Day, observed on 1 December every year, is an opportunity for us to come together and show our support for people living with HIV/AIDS, and to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment. AIDS Concern, the first non-governmental HIV/AIDS organization in Hong Kong, will launch a series of activities to promote World AIDS Day 2013. This year, AIDS Concern is commemorating World AIDS Day with the theme ‘I’M Positive’, to promote a friendly culture for people living with HIV in Hong Kong.
My earphones always drop out from my ears because I have a handful of piercings all over the ear. The normal ear buds hurt, and the ones that goes inside always falls out. Not to mention I just twist my headphones and shove it in my bag, ending up with half a dozen of them broken. I would never have though someone like LeBron James also have earphone problems, as his always breaks during workouts.
After the phenomenon of owning a pair of Beats Headphone, its obvious Dr. Dre won’t let the heat drop as he releases the all new Beats Pill Portable Wireless Speaker. With Nicki MInaj being appointed as the limited edition Pink Pill’s icon, the speakers are unstoppable. Alongside with Dr. Dre, Interscope Geffen A&M Chairman Jimmy Iovine brings these Beats Audio new goodies to Hong Kong and across Asia- Pacific, ready for sale in retailers including Broadway, HMV, Suning and Hong Kong International Airport.
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December 1 is World AIDS Day and you can show your support and help AIDS Concern in its mission to keep HIV prevalence in Hong Kong low by getting involved in this year's activities.
World AIDS Day has been commemorated since 1988 to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS across the world, and to encourage the public to show support for people living with it.
As the first non-governmental HIV/AIDS organization in Hong Kong, AIDS Concern is organizing a series of activities this year to mark the day. Proceeds will support its youth programme to provide sexual education for young people in the fight for an AIDS free generation.
Walk for a healthy community for next generation!
As the average age of sexual activity has decreased, HIV/AIDS education is insufficiently provided, AIDS Concern will take immediate actions for Youth Sex Education!
Join their Charity Walk to spread the message to our next generation. Your kind donation will be used for their programme for Youth at High Risk!