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AIDS charity asks, would you accept a cup of coffee made by someone who is HIV positive?

Hong Kong charity AIDS Concern has launched an online video that asks, “Would you accept a cup of coffee made by someone who is HIV positive?”

The video, created by TBWA\Hong Kong features the ‘Care Full Coffee Truck’, a social experiment that is part of AIDS Concern’s ‘Zero Stigma’ strategy.

Andrew Chidgey, chief executive of AIDS Concern, said: “The Care Full Coffee Truck brings people with HIV into the daily lives of the Hong Kong public. It also reminds people that the HIV virus is not transmissible through daily contact.”

Credits:
Executive Creative Director: Esther Wong
Creative Team: Ken Hui, Mike Wu, Jacqueline Hung, Chika Tsang, Penny Lau, Richard Dunn
Planning: Terence Ling
Video Production: Harry Yiu
Account Servicing: Pauline Wong, Jan Cho, Anthony Lam, Latona Lai, Gerald Tam

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