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TheChineseSoupLady.com abides by word of mouth marketing standards and holds integrity, honesty, and openness in the highest regard. We always give honest opinions, findings, beliefs, and experiences on products and ingredients.

The views and opinions expressed on this site are purely our own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

All content (including photographs) on TheChineseSoupLady.com is copyrighted, and may not be reprinted in any form without our written consent.


What is this privacy policy for?

This privacy policy is for this website www.thechinesesouplady.com and governs the privacy of its users who choose to use it.

The policy sets out the different areas where user privacy is concerned and outlines the obligations & requirements of the users, the website and website owners. Furthermore the way this website processes, stores and protects user data and information will also be detailed within this policy.


The Website

This website and its owners take a proactive approach to user privacy and ensure the necessary steps are taken to protect the privacy of its users throughout their visiting experience.


Adverts and Sponsored Links

This website may contain sponsored links and adverts. These will typically be served through our advertising partners, to whom may have detailed privacy policies relating directly to the adverts they serve.

Clicking on any such adverts will send you to the advertisers website through a referral program which may use cookies and will track the number of referrals sent from this website. This may include the use of cookies which may in turn be saved on your computers hard drive. Users should therefore note they click on sponsored external links at their own risk and this website and its owners cannot be held liable for any damages or implications caused by visiting any external links mentioned.


Social Media Platforms

Communication, engagement and actions taken through external social media platforms that this website and its owners participate on are custom to the terms and conditions as well as the privacy policies held with each social media platform respectively.

Users are advised to use social media platforms wisely and communicate / engage upon them with due care and caution in regard to their own privacy and personal details. This website nor its owners will ever ask for personal or sensitive information through social media platforms and encourage users wishing to discuss sensitive details to contact them through primary communication channels such as by telephone or email.

This website may use social sharing buttons which help share web content directly from web pages to the social media platform in question. Users are advised before using such social sharing buttons that they do so at their own discretion and note that the social media platform may track and save your request to share a web page respectively through your social media platform account.



  • Winnie says:

    Hello, I stumble upon this website as I was researching a soup that my mom made when I was young. I can’t find the recipe here because I don’t really know the name of it. I’m hoping you can point me to the recipe if it’s here or tell me the name of the soup. It’s a green vegetable called “goi ga” or “go gay” in cantonese. And my mother only referred to it as “goi ga tong” or “go gay tong” It has oval shape leaves, the stems are usually really tough so only the leaves are used in the soup. I can’t even remember all the ingredients in the soup but usually had some pork, carrots…I think chinese dried figs. I would greatly appreciate it if you can shed some insight.


  • Hi Winnie,

    I think you are referring to wolfberry leaves. The recipe can be found here: https://www.thechinesesouplady.com/wolfberry-leaf-with-egg-drop-in-chicken-broth/

    My parents have this in their garden and they usually boil the leaves and crack and egg into it. Or, they buy liver from the grocery store and slice them in.

    Both are very good.

  • Malar says:

    Could you advice a chicken herbal soup which can boost immune system for 5yrs old child? My friend have told about Astragalus but I don’t know the ammount. Thank you!

  • Nave says:

    I just wanted to leave a note and to say thank you for such a informative reference. I will definitely refer to this site often! =)

  • eevan says:


    I would like to ask, if there any soup for ache and pimples? Thx

  • LadyTong says:

    Dear Evan, stick to cooling soups. A great one that I’ve heard is good for acne and pimples is the bittermelon ones. Anything with bittermelon helps – try this one: https://www.thechinesesouplady.com/bitter-melon-and-crab-meat-stew/
    Good luck and all the best. Lisa

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