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We’re not alone! We’re grateful for all the support from friends and collaborators in this campaign to tackle HIV stigma and spread awareness of K=K

aFamily, our campaign’s media sponsor.

Anh Phong, HIV community worker with an intimate online blog.

Anh Thuan, K=K dinner guest, leader of Alo Boy.

Booncha Studio, film production house.

Callimotion, motion graphic.

Thanks for Centers For Disease Control Anh Prevention !

Chi Linh, a powerful example in the fight against stigmas.

Co Dong, for sharing the message to everyone.

Coco sin, limited-edition K=K T-shirts.

Cong Ca Phe for spreading the message of K=K.

Digitop, website resources developer.

Khanh Nguyen, director from hanoi-based red team.

Do Nhat Ha, Miss Trangender Vietnam, K=K dinner guest.

Dot Magazine, for recording the private K=K dinner.

Duong Gia Hieu, who shot these collabs.

Dustin Nguyen, K=K and Bar Stories dinner host.

Esta Eatery, curated a dinner between HIV+ community and celebrities.

Thanks for Health Advancement In Vietnam !

Hey Camel Ceramics, limited-edition K=K ceramics.

Huytengmeng, illustrator of our redesigned propaganda posters.

Label Concept Store, one-off clear plastic bag.

Levi, event organizer.

Thanks for Lighthouse !

Loteria Goddess Lo Lo, K=K dinner guest .

LOL Photobooth, for capturing precious memories.

Maika Elan, winner of World Press Photo award, photographer of this campaign.

Ngoc Pham, ponytailed illustrator.

Nguyen Tran Duy Nhat, MMA champion, K=K dinner guest.

Seeson, plastered our messages on their holiday packaging.

The Lab Saigon, for this campaign & limited-edition T-shirts.

The New District, connecting thousands of teenagers to our message.

Tired City, getting our messages and artwork on stationery and T-shirts.

Toma(to), illustrator of our remade propaganda posters.

Tuimi, rapper, guest at K=K dinner.

Thuy Minh, K=K dinner guest, Khong Cay Khong Ve host.

Thanks for Vietnam National Network of People Living With HIV !

Voice of HCMC, for the K=K radio program.

Vu Tuan Anh, for reimagining old HIV posters.