Participants walk through the life of individuals who have come into contact with HIV/AIDS and, at the end, are ‘tested’ to see if they are positive. They live, in a simulated way, the realities of war, poverty, poor medical care, abusive treatment and wrong life choices.
Available Booking Schedules
We usually run our AIDS X-perience simulation together with our Blind X-perience simulation, as part of a global health focus. We run our programmes at our site across two booking-slots daily, Tuesday to Saturday. They are as follows:
09:45 Arrival, bathroom break, name-tags
10:00 Introduction to the programme
12:30 Visit to our Fair Trade Café and Shop
13:00 End of programme
13:45 Arrival, bathroom break, name-tags
14:00 Introduction to the programme
16:30 Visit to our Fair Trade Café and Shop
17:00 End of programme
The AIDS X-perience is also available as a stand-alone programme. In this case, kindly factor in an hour only for the simulation component in the sample schedules above.
- Booking: Participation is by booking. If you would like to make a booking, kindly fill in our online booking form.
- Language: This programme is available in English and Cantonese.
- Suggested Group Size: We tend to suggest a minimum number of participants of 8 and a maximum of 30. It is, on occasion, possible to combine with other groups in order to participate.
- Program fee: There is a program fee for this programme. Please email us for a quotation.
- Suggested age-range for programme: 14 – Adult
- Please check out our Booking FAQ’s for details on:
- The terms and conditions of your booking (including our cancellation and weather policy, and what happens if your number of participants changes)
- What to bring when you visit
- Directions to our site
- .. and more
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