Ginseng has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine to boost immunity and lower blood sugar, but recent research suggests a new reason to consume the plant: to perk up, quite literally, a man's sex life.Wednesday, 23 January, 2013, 6:23pm
Canadian federal police are investigating a spate of thefts targeting Vancouver-area Chinese herbal medicine shops, in which brazen criminals made off with ginseng and other products worth tens of thousands of dollars.24 Dec 2012 - 9:06am
Complaints against unscrupulous sales tactics by shops selling expensive ginseng and dried seafood have soared despite a law against unclear pricing and quantity labels, the Consumer Council said yesterday.
The council received 305 complaints against the shops last year, a rise of 34 per cent from 2010. Almost all of the complaints were filed by tourists.17 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
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The price in Hong Kong for wild American ginseng could increase due to a cut in exports from Kentucky, one of the medicinal herb's biggest producing states in the US, a local dealer said.17 Jun 2007 - 12:00am
A 'Longevity Man' made with 2,374 pieces of sun-dried ginseng is a feature of a display of traditional Chinese medicines at an exhibition in Mongkok. The world's tallest wild Herba Cistanches is also on display. The exhibits were provided by the Baptist University, which co-organised the event.8 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
Police have seized 1.8 tonnes of smuggled American ginseng, worth $2.4 million, from a speedboat following a high-speed night pursuit off Sha Tau Kok.
The ginseng was found aboard an abandoned speedboat, one of seven police spotted in Starling Inlet speeding towards the mainland without navigation lights at 2.30am on Wednesday.26 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
People buying sliced abalone to cook as a Lunar New Year delicacy should be careful or they might end up with an inferior product. The Consumer Council has received several complaints in the past year from people who thought they were buying abalone and ended up with sliced whelk, a large sea snail.15 Jan 2005 - 12:00am
Burglars steal ginseng, seafood worth $300,000
Ginseng and dried seafood worth about $300,000 was stolen from a shop in Argyle Street, Mongkok. Police suspect burglars broke into another shop next door and then knocked a hole through a wall to enter the ginseng shop. They said $135 in coins was also stolen.9 Oct 2004 - 12:00am
This year's Hong Kong Food Expo, held from August 12 to 16 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, was accompanied by the usual massive crowds, kitsch and ear-shattering noise. The majority of the non-Hong Kong exhibitors were from the mainland , which meant there were displays of dried meats and seafood and an impressive selection of tea.29 Aug 2004 - 12:00am