MING Tsai, the HIV-infected schoolboy who suffered a haemorrhage around the brain, has come out of his four-day coma and is out of intensive care. Sister Maureen McGinley, of AIDS Concern, said after visiting the boy on Friday: ''The boy is doing pretty well. He is sitting up in bed and has been eating, although he feels very tired and cannot get up and walk yet. The boy is looking more like himself now. It is hard to believe it is the same person we saw last week.'' Ming Tsai's mother said yesterday she expected him to be discharged soon.