In response to a Straits Times report published earlier, undergraduate Robin Chee writes in The Straits Times today (6th June 2005),
"...we believe we may have 'below average' chance of getting Aids because we will not engage in such risky activities at all, and not because we are 'immune' automatically as we are smarter or more intelligent.
We still believe we may contract Aids if we engage in activities that expose us to the deadly HIV virus.
We hope in future we will not be presented in such a negative light due to an oversight in the phrasing of a survey question.
Doubt his letter will get circulated as much as the original report though.
See Wang Zhen's page. He has a bone to pick with the journalist who reported this.
Posted at 1:20PM UTC by N. Sivasothi | permalink | , .