Chinese universities add HIV test kits to vending machines to tackle virus' rise in taboo sex culture.
Along with chips, instant noodles and soft drinks, students in a growing number of Chinese universities now have the option of also grabbing an HIV test kit to go from their campus vending machine.
Key points: HIV self-test kits are selling for $6.20 each and the test can be done anonymously.
New HIV cases in people aged between 15 to 24-year-old doubled from 2008 to 2015.
About 758,000 people were reported to be living with HIV in China by the end of last year.
The annual number of newly diagnosed HIV cases among teenagers aged 15 to 19 increased more than 150 per cent in China over the past decade.
Students can check their results online after three to five working days by entering the serial number on the kit. »