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知識轉移合作項目《分甘同味》:為沉悶菜式改變形象 - 專訪中醫藥學院党毅博士 Knowledge Transfer Partnership Project “Sharing Plates” - An interview with Dr Dang Yi from the School of Chinese Medicine



PRODUCER : 知識轉移處
LENGTH : 6 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : 傳理學院和中醫藥學院合作的跨學科知識轉移項目《分甘同味》,為一本心靈故事式食譜,由傳理學院麥嘉盈副教授發起,聯同中醫藥學院党毅博士、傳理學院學生和校友、星級名廚張錦祥(Ricky)以及香港癌症基金會合力製作。書中以12個真實癌症病人/康復者與照顧者的故事、20個簡單食譜,加上中醫師及營養師的健康小貼士,顯現滋味人生。


A cross-disciplinary effort between the School of Communication and the School of Chinese Medicine, the Knowledge Transfer Partnership Project “Sharing Plates” is a community cookbook in the style of inspirational stories with recipes. The project is led by Dr Angela Mak, Associate Professor of the School of Communication with collaboration between Dr Dang Yi from the School of Chinese Medicine, Star Chef Mr Ricky Cheung from Bistro Bon, and Hong Kong Cancer Fund (HKCF). The cookbook features 12 real-life stories of cancer patients/ survivors and care-takers, 20 easy-to-make recipes, together with health tips from Dr Dang and a HKCF dietician, showing a taste of life.

In this video, Dr Dang Yi shared her views on certain food that has long been treated as ‘inappropriate’ to cancer patients, such as bamboo shoot and chicken, from the perspective of Chinese medicine. She also expressed her views on the use of Lingzhi (Ganoderma) as anti-cancer/healthcare products.  

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