Toto Cheng, a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, performs cupping therapy on a client in her clinic in North Point, Hong Kong. A sportswoman herself, her clients are involved in various sports. Photo: Laurel Chor

Acupuncture for athletes: clinic uses Chinese medicine on sports injuries, with some inside knowledge

  • She plays rugby, rows for Hong Kong and lifts weights. Toto Cheng says that helps her treat her patients, all of them competitive athletes, coaches or referees
  • CrossFit, baseball, swimming, tae kwon do, water polo, netball – she treats all sorts of sportspeople, and dreams of helping one of them become an Olympian
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Toto Cheng, a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, performs cupping therapy on a client in her clinic in North Point, Hong Kong. A sportswoman herself, her clients are involved in various sports. Photo: Laurel Chor
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Oat milk is growing in popularity in the United States. Oatly is targeting Hong Kong and China. Photo: Alamy

Oat milk producer targets China and its growing taste for dairy – ‘the future is here in Asia’

  • Despite 85 per cent of Chinese people being lactose intolerant, the population is being encouraged to drink and eat more dairy products
  • Swedish oat milk brand Oatly has opened an office in Shanghai and deployed a new Chinese character for ‘vegan milk’ to win over milk drinkers to its product
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Oat milk is growing in popularity in the United States. Oatly is targeting Hong Kong and China. Photo: Alamy
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