A lot of people who don’t speak English or are otherwise less privileged, including Asians, are at risk of contracting HIV.
However, while they might be at high risk, there are many Asian Americans who are also vulnerable.
The latest issue of Vice News magazine shows the diversity of HIV risk in the Asian American community.
In this video from the magazine, Vice News journalist Nathan Farrah looks at the importance of Asian Americans participating in the HIV prevention movement.
In this video, Vice reporter Sam Yang speaks with the founder of the HIV Prevention Project, Chang Joon Seok.
The article below has been updated to reflect the fact that the story about the new HIV prevention strategy was first published in Vice News in February 2018.
The Vice News story about a new HIV strategy for the Asian Pacific Islander (APIA) community in South Korea was originally published on February 21, 2018.