A thin line separates a HIV negative and HIV positive test result and we stand on that thin line reaching out to both communities. It also forms the red ribbon symbol which is the universal symbol of awareness and support for those living with HIV. In the words of our president, Professor Roy Chan, 2011 was a seminal year for HIV/AIDS. Several factors have lead to a rise in new notifications especially within the MSM community, and for the first time in 20 years, new notifications over took that of the heterosexuals. A thin line revisits 2011, new programmes, successes and things we would need to work on to achieve the goal of zero new infections, zero new deaths (resulting from HIV) and zero stigma and discrimination.