During the 250 years of the Qing Dynasty, the Chinese favored the Traditional Chinese Medicine, but the introduction of Western Medicine brought changes.
Sweeping changes in China affected the development and spread of Traditional Chinese Medicine during the 20th century, resulting in worldwide acceptance.
The vibrant culture of the Ming Dynasty provoked advances in Traditional Chinese Medicine as different approaches competed for influence.
Genghis Khan’s grandson, Kublai Khan, founded the Yuan (also known as the Mongol) dynasty – the shortest-lived major dynasty in Chinese history.
Chinese medicine experienced a renaissance through the efforts of notable physicians and several technological advancements during the Song Dynasty.