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July-September 2021| Vol 4| Issue 3

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Boym and Rémusat: Communication of traditional chinese medicine and the rise of western sinology

This article provides an introduction to Michel Boym (1612–1659) and Jean Pierre Abel Rémusat (1788–1832) and examines the research on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) conducted b...


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Approaches and perspectives of the westward spread of traditional Chinese medicine: A case study of the Radicis Chynae

Some Western scholars have re-examined the concept of “Chinese medicine” and its knowledge system under the influence of global history research methods in recent years, in an attempt to...


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Early interactions between the hellenistic and Greco-Roman World and the Chinese: The ancient afro-Eurasian routes in medicine and the transmission of disease

This paper discusses the historical exchanges, communications, and circumstances that initially enabled the opening of trade routes between China and the Hellenistic and Greco-Roman world. In additi...


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American patients' understanding of traditional Chinese medicine in the late 19th century: An interpretation of letters from The Science of Oriental Medicine

This study explores American patients' understanding of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in the late 19th century by referring to letters from American patients recorded in The S...


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Spread of traditional chinese medicine to the west and the development of sinology: A case study based on the translation of traditional Chinese medicine literature by German doctor gottlieb Olpp

German doctor Gottlieb Olpp played an important role in Sino-German medical exchanges during the late Qing dynasty. During his stay in China for more than 9 years, he wrote a large number of texts r...


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Chinese Medicine and Culture, a publication of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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