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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