Social and Human Sciences

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HIV and AIDS

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Forever Lost Moon

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Forever Lost Moon is the first HIV and AIDS television prevention drama series produced in the Wa language in China. It is the result of a collaboration between the Center for Disease Control, Cangyuan, China; Yihai Cultural Communication Company; and UNESCO. Featuring real and engaging characters, Forever Lost Moon is an action-packed, dramatic and emotional drama based on real life stories of the situations facing the Wa ethnic minority. It addresses relationships between HIV and AIDS, drug use, exploited labor, mother to child transmission, unsafe migration and stigma in a frank and open manner.

This is a ten-episodes drama contained in five DVD. The excerpt available here is from the second episode

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Place/region: China, Asia and the Pacific
Type: Docufiction
Extract: 6 min. Total length:
Production and personalities:
Director: Shi Mao
Publisher: UNESCO Bangkok; Cangyuan Center for Disease Control, China
Producer: Yang Canzheng, David Feingold, Heather Peters, Zhao Jinyan
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