Pedder Red, the younger and more affordable sister of luxury accessories boutique On Pedder, recently opened a flagship in the heart of Central. Filling the space is a range of special and limited-edition products.Sunday, 6 January, 2008, 12:00am
More than seven out of 10 sexually active tertiary students don't carry condoms, a Chinese University Student Press and Sex Society survey has found. 'Condoms were not available' was the most common reason given for why they did not use them when having sex. Efforts to promote safer sex were not adequate, the study found.18 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
A dog owner was shocked to find that a small packet inside a bag of dog treats, which he assumed was for keeping the treats fresh, was a wrapped condom.
Voice actor Michael Pizzuto said he had found the condom in a 250 gram bag of Pedigree's dog biscuits made in Beijing.17 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
People should never think that HIV is far away from their daily lives. The disease has no borders, it is a global pandemic.' That's the ominous warning from Chen Zhiwei, head of Hong Kong's effort in battling the Aids virus.17 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Sex parties and use of soft drugs could have contributed to the spread of HIV among three clusters of Hong Kong men who have genetically linked infections, the Centre for Health Protection said.14 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
UN agencies working on HIV/Aids prevention in China warned yesterday that up to 50 million people on the mainland are exposed to great risk of infection and called on the government to show firm leadership.1 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Just seven months into his new job as an HIV/Aids counsellor at the Beijing Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, the tiredness on Gao Fei's face gives away the wear and tear his new job has wreaked on him.
Mr Gao, 42, is arguably the first full-time counsellor with HIV/Aids hired by mainland authorities to reach out to people living with the condition.1 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
A quick reminder that tomorrow is World Aids Day and if you believe you can't understand someone until you walk in their shoes, then Crossroads International has created a new simulated 'X-perience' where participants can get a first-hand sense of what it's like to have Aids or be at high risk of contracting HIV from four different perspectives.30 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
Health authorities are being urged to do more, and soon, to stop the spread of the virus that causes Aids by men who cross the border to have sex with other men.30 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
Health ministry-UN report lifts estimates of people living with HIV/Aids to 700,000
Up to half a million mainland people living with HIV/Aids are not aware of their infections, according to a joint assessment of the HIV/Aids epidemic on the mainland.30 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
Condom maker Durex is asking volunteers to test its products. For your pleasure, you will be provided with three different types of condoms, a vibrating ring - don't ask me how it works - and a lubricant that heats up on contact. You and your partner probably need to fill in a questionnaire afterwards.24 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
Children's pain at loss on display in foundation's exhibition
The painting is beautiful - a landscape with a bright red sun, lush green mountains, white birds and colourful plants.
What is different about it are the gravestones in the foreground, inscribed with the words 'my dad', 'my uncle' and 'my grandpa'.23 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
The number of people in Beijing with HIV/Aids increased by a massive 53.7 per cent to 4,663 in the first 10 months of this year, it was reported yesterday.
Migrant populations accounted for more than 75 per cent of new HIV/Aids infections in the capital, according to the Beijing Municipal Health Bureau.22 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
Aids charity offers a brighter future to mainland children blighted by virus
Xiao Tian, 12, has lived alone in a mudbrick kitchen since the other parts of his home collapsed in a rainstorm last year. The room has neither electricity nor running water.16 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
The mainland plans to relax rules barring HIV/Aids carriers from entering the country, a Health Ministry spokesman said.
Mao Qunan said immigration regulations prohibiting HIV carriers from entering the country were being amended, as people now had better knowledge about the disease.13 Nov 2007 - 12:00am