"Something Positive - 5 Love Stories of people Living with HIV" tells the stories of people living with HIV in Hong Kong. Thank you to them for sharing their stories. Thank you also to the local writers who have helped us in this project. The stories show the real story of HIV as experienced by local people. These are stories of people who have faced hardship but the stories also show the resilience of the human spirit where a little bit of help for people facing dark times can have a big impact.
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Please find an excerpt of the book here.
“Sister Ta, Sister Ta! Morning!” 8am, open space of a small park, where a group of women are passionately greeting the lady in a red track suit, “Morning, morning!”
Love is unexplainable. No word or phrase is able to fully describe love. Only time can witness its complexity.
If you notice the word "get" in "forget", "over" in "lover" and "end" in "friend", then it is not surprising to see a "lie" in "believe".
Hurrying to the hospital, Joe blankly watches the drizzle by the taxi window. The pale yellow streetlamp turns the rain into tears in his eyes.
Despair fills up the ward. Quietly lying on her sickbed, Macy thinks of nothing but emptiness. God of Death lingers around the window, preparing her one-way ticket to the underworld.