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July-September 2018| Vol 1| Issue 2

Review Article

Adoption of traditional chinese medicine in a central mediterranean island community

The Maltese Islands in the central Mediterranean was one of the earliest European countries to initiate political relationships with the People's Republic of China. The political interaction tra...


Review Article

Modernization of medical traditions: Indian and Chinese approaches to health and well-being

The provisioning of health and well-being for every human being on the planet calls for a rethink of conventional medical practices. In both the developed as well as developing world contexts, there...


Review Article

Traditional chinese medicine in Malaysia: A brief historical overview of the interactions between China and Malay Peninsula

Chinese Medicine was introduced to the Malay Peninsula during the colonial era circa 18th to 19th century. The British imported Chinese immigrants mainly for tin mining. The ea...


Review Article

A view of ancient aroma culture through Museum-collected aroma utensils

Aroma fumigation is one of the traditional Chinese fumigating therapies. Moreover, the aroma culture is a combination of traditional Chinese medicine culture with Confucian and folk cultures. As his...


Original Article

The silk road and sources of Chinese medicine expansion: Part 2 – Formularies

Medicines have been traded along the Silk Road from antiquity until modern times. These products and their associated knowledge have been transferred over the land and sea between Asia, Europe, and ...


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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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