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Roasted Barbecue Pork (Char Siu)
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Baked Barbecue Pork Patties in Oyster Sauce
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Lamb Char Siu Koftas
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Pan-fried Prawns & Tomato in Seasoned Soy Sauce
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Stuffed Chicken Wings with Mushrooms
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Smart Tips on Kids

Kid’s lunchbox
“3 servings of rice and noodles, 2 servings of vegetables, 1 serving of meat” is the indicator of a healthy lunchbox. However, in order to reduce cost and explicitly accommodate the taste of kids being fond of deep fried food, sweets and meat, school caterers use a lot of unhealthy ingredients that are processed and preserved or have trans fat, saturated fat, high sugar content, etc. when preparing lunchbox.

Eye care for children
Nowadays, children need to focus on revision, homework and reading, at the same time they keep staring at televisions and computers for long. Their eyes must have been “working hard” and so eye care becomes more and more important and is the hot topic of child care. Children should start going to health centers or clinics with registered optometrists / eye surgeons for eye test at four years old. The sooner the eye diseases are discovered, the sooner your children’s eyes will be taken good care of, preventing the situation from getting worse. Of course, precaution is better than cure; apart from paying attention to their daily lives and taking them to eye test regularly, parents can also prepare food that is good for eyes for children as a supplement. A balanced diet and intake of adequate nutrients are the one and only way of daily eye care.

Variations of fruits
We are always told that both adults and children should follow “2+3”, but what are counted towards the 2 servings of fruits and 3 servings of vegetables?