2018, 十二月 星期一
Week of 十二月 10, 2018
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For World AIDS Day, J. Walter Thompson Kolkata partnered with steel products company Tata Pravesh to create a digital film, “The Positive Move,” which tells stories of HIV-positive teenagers.
The film shows how these teenagers never gave up on their dreams and created “Café Positive” – Asia's first café run only by HIV-positive people.
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