Hong Kong
Kowloon Park Hong Kong AIDS Memorial since 1 December 1997
without names
World AIDS Campaign 1997- the Hong Kong Project
To commemorate our fight against HIV/AIDS, a TWIN-RIBBON BRONZE SCULPTURE will be erected at the Fleming Road Garden in Wanchai, Hong Kong Island, beside the Victoria Harbour on World AIDS Day (Hong Kong time). The 6.5 metres tall sculpture is crafted by Mr Van Lau, a world renowned artist. The ribbons represents the love and concern for people living with HIV/AIDS. Two ribbons intertwine to form a heart, the sculpture binds us together to stop the relentless spread of the disease.
The project also signifies important community participation. Apart from the organiser - Hong Kong Advisory Council on AIDS, there are five other campaign partners. They are: The Outstanding Young Persons' Association, Lions Clubs International District 303, Rotary International District 3450, Hong Kong Junior Chamber, and Zonta Club of Victoria. Photo © Virtual AIDS Office of Hong Kong

1 January 1997
Virtual AIDS Office of Hong Kong, Hong Kong