Red Ribbon Gala Dinner Calls for Support
Shanghai, October 24
SHANGHAI – ShanghaiPRIDE, Q-Events and Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai held a press conference last Friday to officially launch the 2017 Red Ribbon Gala Dinner campaign, which will benefit Shanghai Qingai Health Center.
In conjunction with World AIDS Day on Friday 1-December, the campaign aims to raise public awareness on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, and promote anti-discrimination and de-stigmatization towards those affected. There will be a cocktail reception, four-course dinner, performances, raffles draw, and silent auction. Individual tickets are priced at ¥1080 and a table of ten at ¥9,800. Tickets are open for sale and organizers would like to invite businesses, individuals, and media partners to unite for this cause.
Red Ribbon Gala Dinner Returns 1st December, 2017
Shanghai, Auguest 10
According to the Shanghai Municipal Center For Disease Control & Prevention (Shanghai CDC), there were 1,959 reports of HIV infection in Shanghai from 1st January, 2016 to 20th November, 2016, and more than 20% are between ages 18 and 24, an 80% increase year-on-year. Nationwide, there are more than 570,000 people living with HIV/AIDS as at October 2015. Of that number, 9,152 are youths aged between 15 and 24.
ShanghaiPRIDE CELEBRATES A SUCCESSFUL NINTH YEAR
Shanghai, June 23
The ninth annual ShanghaiPRIDE festival on June 15-18 with auxiliary events in March, April, and throughout May and June brought together over 6,000 attendees under the theme “The Time is Now,” with a series of cultural, social, and educational events inspiring the community to love fearlessly, live openly, and promote acceptance and equality. This year’s festival also set the stage for next year’s groundbreaking national CnPRIDE, which will launch Pride festivities across the country.
THE TIME IS NOW FOR THE 9TH SHANGHAIPRIDE
Shanghai, May 31
Shanghai’s ninth annual Pride Festival, slated for June 15-18, is approaching fast, and this year’s theme, “The Time Is Now,” is more relevant than ever. It is a call to action about seizing the present moment to love fearlessly, live open lives and advocate for lasting change.
The Time Is Now: ShanghaiPRIDE Returns June 15-18
Shanghai, April 1
If not now, when? This is the question that drives the ninth annual ShanghaiPRIDE festival, slated for June 15-18 under the theme “The Time Is Now…” In today’s uncertain world, we cannot wait any longer: It’s time to love whom we choose, to live open lives, to stand with our community, to champion acceptance and beat back intolerance. What will you do now to shape our tomorrow?