After fighting stigma, a Chinese AIDS village hunts for brides and grooms

Back in the 1980s and 1990s, poverty-ridden villagers in Henan Province frequently sold blood to earn a quick buck. But this blood rush led to the AIDS epidemic, infecting almost 64,000 people in the province.

Now, with the massive expansion in HIV treatment and better education for prevention, residents in AIDS villages are bravely pursuing their own love and happiness.