Ching bo leung (also spelt ching po leung or qing bu liang from Chinese; sâm bổ lượng or chè sâm bổ lượng from Vietnamese, chè meaning "sweet soup") is a sweet, cold soup of Chinese origin and commonly served in Cantonese cuisine，Hainanese Cuisine and Vietnamese cuisine. It is a type of tong sui.
The Chinese form of the drink, ching bo leung, is the most popular in the Cantonese cuisine of Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macau. It is sometimes known as Liuwei soup (六味湯, lit. Six flavour soup). The Vietnamese version, sâm bổ lượng, is most readily available in Cholon, the Chinatown of Ho Chi Minh City, and is generally served in a tall glass. Although it is sometimes described as a drink, the term "soup" is more appropriate as a spoon is generally necessary to consume the solid ingredients.