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A Global Times reporter talks with nuns, Yang Jie 杨洁 (left) and Tian Wenjiao 田稳姣 and some volenteers who work with AIDS suffers . The charity Prevention Through Education (PTE) is delivering a donation today. HIV in China.
In the meeting room at the Langfang Sacred Care Group run by Benedictine nuns in Yongqing Town; Hebei Province. The group works with 55 adults and 3 children with AIDS. HIV in China
Novice, Chai Ya Sui 柴亚遂 studies to become a nun in Jangsu Province. She currently volunteers at the Langfang Sacred Care Group during her break and when a nun will come to work in Yongqing Town. HIV in China
Cao Jun Li 曹俊立 (left) and her uncle Cao 曹 who is blinded with cataracts struggle to find a little farm work worry about money and taking care of their little granddaughter/niece. HIV in China.
Lin Xiaoxue 林晓雪 is 11. Tian Wenjiao 田稳姣 is a nun from the nearby Yongqing Town who visits to support her and her family. HIV in China.
Cao Jun Li 曹俊立 gives his granddaughter the western and Chinese medicine the government provide, one tablet each two days and a herbal soup every 10-14 days. HIV in China.
Lin Xiaoxue 林晓雪 recieves western and Chinese medicine from the government. A tablet each 2 days and a soup every 10 – 14 days. She recieves 100RMB (£9) a month. HIV in China.
Cao Jun Li 曹俊立 gives his granddaughter the western medicine the government provide, one tablet each two days. HIV in China.
Nun Tian Wenjiao 田稳姣 holds Lin Xiaoxue 林晓雪 as she is give a cuddly bear bought by the charity PTE. HIV in China.