This is a family favorite dish that was pass down to me by my late mother. She was raised on this during the late 40's early 50's when money was little & food was less. It is a perfect soup for any cold wet raining day & it is very filling
1st slice & rinse the bok choy. Drain well & place in a large pot. sprinkle in a little of the salt & pepper. Then drizzle over some of the oyster sauce, ginger root & 1/2 of the bay leaf. Slightly cook over low heat.
Slice the boneless pork chops into thin bite size stripes. In a medium size frying pan over medium heat add in the pork, salt, pepper & the 1/2 of the bay leaf. Fry just until no more pink in color.
In the pot just before the bok choy is tender add in the broth & pork. Let simmer over low heat for 30 minutes. Stirring every so often. Bring to a little boil.
Serve in serving bowl. Eat alone or ladle over rice.