Jin Zi La Bu, 4 years old, being looked after by his grandmother since his father died of AIDS, which he contracted through heroin use. Heroin smuggled in from Burma has created an AIDS epidemic in the rural Liangshan region inhabited by China's Yi people, an impoverished minority group, with thousands of HIV-positive people and orphans lacking medical care or education. | Location: Liangshan Yi, Sichuan, China.
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