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Students get AIDS infection knowledge through activities

2010-12-01 06:57:53 GMT2010-12-01 14:57:53 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Students display their cups with violet liquid during the water exchange experiment which aims to help the students get knowledge of the approaches of AIDS infection, at No.1 Middle School in Xiangfan, central China' Hubei Province, Nov. 30, 2010, a day ahead of the World AIDS Day. (Xinhua/Gong Bo)

Students exchange water during an experiment which aims to help the students get knowledge of the approaches of AIDS infection, at No.1 Middle School in Xiangfan, central China' Hubei Province, Nov. 30, 2010, a day ahead of the World AIDS Day. (Xinhua/Gong Bo)

A nurse displays a cup with violet liquid during the water exchange experiment which aims to help the students get knowledge of the approaches of AIDS infection, at No.1 Middle School in Xiangfan, central China' Hubei Province, Nov. 30, 2010, a day ahead of the World AIDS Day.(Xinhua/Gong Bo)

A medical staff member displays a cup with violet liquid during the water exchange experiment which aims to help the students get knowledge of the approaches of AIDS infection, in Boxing County, east China' Shandong Province, Nov. 30, 2010, a day ahead of the World AIDS Day. (Xinhua/Chen Bin)

Students exchange water during an experiment which aims to help the students get knowledge of the approaches of AIDS infection, in Boxing County, east China' Shandong Province, Nov. 30, 2010, a day ahead of the World AIDS Day. (Xinhua/Gong Bo)

Students exchange water during an experiment which aims to help the students get knowledge of the approaches of AIDS infection, in Boxing County, east China' Shandong Province, Nov. 30, 2010, a day ahead of the World AIDS Day. In the experiment, students exchange cups of clear water and a cup added with an invisible chemical which represented HIV to see how HIV spread among people.

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