Chinese herb prices shoot up


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  • Sunday, 15 Oct 2017

A Southern University College Traditional Chinese Medicine Centre staff, Ting Pau Ing, packing some dried Chinese herbs according to the patients health condition and ailments.

DINING on caviar and foie gras may not seem to say much about your status in life these days.

A serving of foie gras at a five-star restaurant in Johor Baru is around RM82 while a bowl of (God forbid) shark’s fin soup is RM28.

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