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Title AIDS in China. episode 1, Blood Donation Disaster / director, Zhang Zheng.

Published Hong Kong (State) : Phoenix Satellite Television, [date of publication not identified]

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Physical description 1 online resource (27 minutes)
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed January 26, 2016).
Summary In Zhang Da Zhuang, a small village in Henan, many impoverished farmers went for paid blood donation in the early 1990s. However, due to low hygienic supervision, most of them were found being HIV-infected later. Now, AIDS deaths have spread in this place. Zhang Da Zhuang has become synonymous to the AIDS village. In face of prejudices, the villagers are gradually cut off from the outside world. The AIDS victims of this place live helplessly amidst the loneliness and pain.
Language notes In English and Chinese; English subtitles.
Original language in Chinese.
Other author Zhang, Zheng (Director), director.
Phoenix Satellite Television Limited, production company.
Subject AIDS (Disease) -- China.
HIV infections -- Transmission -- China.
Documentary television programs.