post: 2013-11-29 21:29:28
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6 grams, carving another operator, costs 100 yuan each piece of work. 'The morning of January 26, Wuhan Road, Hong Kong Heritage regulatory product market stall on a foreign accent speaking father and son, to sell them bring the Vietnamese the aloes wood carving, ground Tanqian around full of customers see carved pieces, the father and son too busy.
They sell ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-29 21:05:45
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Tran Lieu, an agarwood hunter from Ai Nghia Town, Quang Nam Province, is among many locals recently romored to cultivate millions of dollars of ky nam, but the man insists that it is not true.
Nguyen Van Huong, a 60 year-old agarwood hunter from Nong Son District in Quang Nam Province, still remembers burying his two partners, brothers Minh and Man, after the two were beaten to ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-29 20:51:46
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He may not be able to resuscitate Hong Kong’s long dead incense trade, but entrepreneur Chan Koon-wing is at least hoping to save the tree that gave the city its name centuries ago.
Chan returned to the city-state from his adopted home in Northern Ireland four years ago to revive his late grandfather’s incense tree plantation in the northern village of Shing Ping, near the ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-29 20:47:56
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The accumulated rich experience and wisdom in assessing agarwood have been recorded in books for future reference over the long history of development of incense application in China. Chinese incense classics contains rich and detailed information about the places of origin, appearances and grading of agarwood. Nanfan Xianglu (Records of Nanfan Incense) from the Song Dynasty details various ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-27 21:52:14
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Samguk Sagi (History of Three Kingdoms)
Silla King Hyun-Duk (919 AD)The king, Silla King Hyun-Duk (919 AD) declared ALOESWOOD to be a very precious imported product, thereby banning all people, including high level autocrats, from using ALOESWOOD
Koryo Sa (History of Koryo Dynasty)
Medicine and Diplomatic Present: Koryo King Mun-Jong used ALOESWOOD for medicinal purposes. He ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-27 21:48:36
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History of Agar Wood
The “Wood of the Gods” has at least a 3,000 year history in the Middle East, Japan and China. Only Kings and the very wealthy were able to benefit from its powers.
There are references to agarwood in the literature of India. The Indian poet Kalidasa once wrote: “Beautiful ladies, preparing themselves for the feast of pleasures, cleanse themselves ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-27 21:39:38
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Singapore has announced it will be investing up to $US100 million on research and development of traditional Chinese medicines, a move regarded as good news in Papua New Guinea.
Agarwood - a substance formed in the centre of certain trees, used in traditional medicines, religious ceremonies, and valued for its unique perfume has been found in the lowland forests of PNG. While the ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-27 21:37:07
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Following a recent rumor that seven kilograms of ky nam worth VND55 billion (US$2.64 million) have been cultivated in a small valley in Khanh Hoa central province’s Khanh Son district, countless people hailing from neighboring provinces like Da Nang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, and Phu Yen have flocked there to search for the precious wood in hopes of finding a better life.
During the ...Selengkapnya
post: 2013-11-27 21:32:10
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Sadaharitha, a pioneer in the forestry industry, commenced growing Agarwood, a commercial crop that has great demand in the global market to produce perfumes and medicine.
The company embarked on this lucrative venture following three years of extensive research. Sadaharitha has planted over 150,000 seedlings in nurseries in Ingiriya.
post: 2013-11-22 21:56:02
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 6 (Bernama) – Most people don’t know what ''Karas'' or
''Depu'' are, but ‘Gaharu'' needs no introduction.
Gaharu, in Bahasa Malaysia, is the resin from Karas or Agarwood (also known
as Aloeswood or Eaglewood) of the sandalwood (fragrant) variety.
Gaharu is known for its distinctive fragrance. This is why it is commonly
used worldwide in ...Selengkapnya
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