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Volunteers wear a sticker of a red ribbon

2008-12-01 09:59:15 GMT2008-12-01 17:59:15 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

A volunteer wears a sticker of a red ribbon, the symbol of AIDS awareness, as a kite bearing a read ribbon flies near by, at an event where Health authorities and the U.N. AIDS agency launched a campaign to fight discrimination against people with AIDS in China, at the iconic Bird's Nest national stadium grounds in Beijing, China, Sunday, Nov.30, 2008. After years of denying that AIDS was a problem, Chinese leaders have shifted gears dramatically in recent years, confronting the disease more openly and promising anonymous testing, free treatment for the poor and a ban on discrimination against people with the virus. (AP Photo/ Elizabeth Dalziel)

A volunteer wears a sticker of a red ribbon, the symbol of AIDS awareness, as a kite bearing a read ribbon flies near by, at an event where Health authorities and the U.N. AIDS agency launched a campaign to fight discrimination against people with AIDS in China, at the iconic Bird's Nest national stadium grounds in Beijing, China, Sunday, Nov.30, 2008. After years of denying that AIDS was a problem, Chinese leaders have shifted gears dramatically in recent years, confronting the disease more openly and promising anonymous testing, free treatment for the poor and a ban on discrimination against people with the virus. (AP Photo/ Elizabeth Dalziel)

A volunteer wears a sticker of a red ribbon, the symbol of AIDS awareness, as a kite bearing a read ribbon flies near by, at an event where Health authorities and the U.N. AIDS agency launched a campaign to fight discrimination against people with AIDS in China, at the iconic Bird's Nest national stadium grounds in Beijing, China, Sunday, Nov.30, 2008. After years of denying that AIDS was a problem, Chinese leaders have shifted gears dramatically in recent years, confronting the disease more openly and promising anonymous testing, free treatment for the poor and a ban on discrimination against people with the virus. (AP Photo/ Elizabeth Dalziel)

A volunteer wears a sticker of a red ribbon, the symbol of AIDS awareness, as a kite bearing a read ribbon flies near by, at an event where Health authorities and the U.N. AIDS agency launched a campaign to fight discrimination against people with AIDS in China, at the iconic Bird's Nest national stadium grounds in Beijing, China, Sunday, Nov.30, 2008. After years of denying that AIDS was a problem, Chinese leaders have shifted gears dramatically in recent years, confronting the disease more openly and promising anonymous testing, free treatment for the poor and a ban on discrimination against people with the virus.

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