In Moiyan I saw an interesting combination of Chinese and Western healthcare.
I visited the surgery of a traditional Chinese doctor, whose waiting room looked like this:
He would write a prescription for Chinese herbs, which you then took to the Chinese herbal pharmacist (no photo, sorry).
Some people collect herbs to prepare themselves at home:
Fresh aloe vera being prepared as a treatment for injured skin:
I was introduced to these dried gizzard membranes 雞內金 : 鸡内金 Jī nèi jīn : gê(1) nui(4) gim(1) which are apparently given to children to help the spleen and kidney:
The chewy centre tasted very much like that bitter, green Chinese powder my mum used to force on me for mouth ulcers.
One of the bigger modern hospitals in town:
After staying in hospital, people like to wash with water extracted from boiled pomelo and loquat leaves (at least I think the second type was loquat!):