During the 250 years of the Qing Dynasty, the Chinese favored the Traditional Chinese Medicine, but the introduction of Western Medicine brought changes.
Archives for October 2014
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Sweeping changes in China affected the development and spread of Traditional Chinese Medicine during the 20th century, resulting in worldwide acceptance.