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  1. Magazines - 48hrs - FOOD & WINE

    25+ Restaurants: Ser Wong Fun

    Posted Oct 01st 2014, 10:09pm by JANICE LEUNG HAYES

    ... Text: Janice Leung Hayes Snake's perceived benefits in traditional Chinese medicine have made Ser Wong Fun a firm favourite in Central NIght on the reptiles The 125-year-old Ser Wong ... clients who love us," says Gigi Ng, the fourth generation in the business. "Originally, snake shops weren't restaurants. We sold snake meat, bones and medicinal products like balms. ...

  2. Magazines - Post Magazine - FOOD

    Spice market: chicory root

    Posted Sep 21st 2014, 09:09am by Susan Jung

    ... without the stimulating effect of the bean; chicory contains no caffeine. The root was used as a medicine then, by necessity, as a substitute when real coffee was scarce or too expensive. After ... rich and complex. In alternative medicine, chicory root is used as a digestive aid, a laxative and a sedative, and it's believed to have beneficial effects on the liver and cholesterol ...

  3. Magazines - Post Magazine - FOOD

    Spice market

    Posted Sep 28th 2014, 09:14am by Susan Jung

    ... websites, amchoor also works as a tenderiser on meat. In alternative medicine, amchoor is said to be an antioxidant, to promote digestion, alleviate anaemia and work as a laxative. Amchoor powder ...

  4. Magazines - Post Magazine - FOOD

    Spice market: feel the heat

    Posted Sep 06th 2014, 10:50pm by Susan Jung

    ... with a rich, smoky flavour. It can be eaten out of hand (like raisins or dried cranberries) but more often it's used for making tong sui (sweet soups) and in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). ... brewed into tonic teas for women who have just given birth and is fed to the elderly. Dried longan is often cooked with bitter medicinal herbs and spices because the fruit's sweetness makes ...

  5. Magazines - Post Magazine - SUNDAY MORNING

    Then & now

    Posted Sep 14th 2014, 10:36am by Jason Wordie

    ... Between the world wars, this  institution attracted many Malayan students. Singapore’s King Edward VII College of Medicine had opened in 1905 and expanded in 1921, but no university-standard ... College of Medicine in 1949 to become the University of Malaya, with campuses in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. In 1962, the latter campus broke away and formed the University of Singapore, later ...

  6. Magazines - Style - SIGN-OFF

    Socialising with clients has turned into a nightmare

    Posted Sep 09th 2014, 02:23pm by Andrew Sun

    ... investors to create a large aquarium attraction for seahorses and later to harvest them for use in Chinese medicine. The big new trend is to create new China lifestyle brands using random American ...

  7. Magazines - Post Magazine

    Hope floats: Cambodia's ethnic Vietnamese forced to live on the water

    Posted Sep 14th 2014, 10:36am by Laura Villadiego

    ... groups, including women, the poor, migrant workers, unregistered population and ethnic minorities”. With what little money he has, Ngoc Ann can rely only on the medicine sold locally by an old ...

  8. Magazines - Post Magazine

    Friends in need: the struggle to save Beijing’s stray cats and dogs

    Posted Aug 02nd 2014, 11:31pm by LISA GAY

    ... of veterinary medicines line her desk, opposite the bed. A domestic helper comes by to help clean and care for the animals.   SOLO ANIMAL RESCUERS are dedicated but often they are unable to effectively ... licensed NGOs with non-profit status," says Mary Peng, co-founder of the International Centre for Veterinary Services, a clinic in Beijing. Without this, adds Peng, "you can't ...

  9. Magazines - Post Magazine

    Courting the dragon: How Scotland is seeking to woo China

    Posted Sep 06th 2014, 10:51pm

    ... “Through their roles as agents and managers of the British empire, Scots helped extend trade and commerce, medicine and education as well as banking and finance in China. They played an important ... million outpatients a year and conducts 75,000 operations. "Dr Christie had a deep feeling for the Chinese and brought Western medicine and Western pharmaceuticals to China," says Chen ...

  10. Magazines - Post Magazine - FOOD

    Spice market: sage advice

    Posted Aug 30th 2014, 11:31pm by Susan Jung

    ... and it's a popular seasoning for sausages. Sage has been used for its medicinal values for centuries. It's said to have antiseptic qualities, to help with mental and memory problems, alleviate ...




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