Staff at Eu Yan Sang’s Chinese medicine shop in Central dispensing Chinese herbs in the 1980s. The company now has 248 retail outlets and 34 clinics in Asia and further afield. Photo: SCMP

Made in Hong Kong: Eu Yan Sang’s 138-year journey making traditional Chinese medicine has been a bumpy one

Despite years of family strife, the murder of the founder’s wife by her brothers-in-law and a takeover by a Singapore investment group, traditional Chinese medicine maker Eu Yan Sang has survived and flourished as a Hong Kong icon

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Staff at Eu Yan Sang’s Chinese medicine shop in Central dispensing Chinese herbs in the 1980s. The company now has 248 retail outlets and 34 clinics in Asia and further afield. Photo: SCMP
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