AIDS patient and former Hong Kong AIDS Foundation education officer Mike Sinclair appealed for improved public education and stronger support for people with the deadly disease at the opening of a new, $240,000 education centre. Mr Sinclair said campaigns often wasted resources because they did not touch on subjects like sexual behaviour or safe sex. 'AIDS is not being displayed or portrayed in any realistic way,' he said. 'I didn't get the feeling we are talking about condoms, body fluids or sexual intercourse - the actual real issues.' The AIDS education centre in Shau Kei Wan is the foundation's latest attempt to raise community concern. The opening ceremony also kicked off World AIDS Day activities. The centre comprises an AIDS information library, an activity room and a volunteers' room. A computer network has been installed in the library to provide public access to the most up-to-date local and overseas literature on AIDS.