Beijing Review

TCM Breaks New Ground

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), along with Chinese kungfu and Peking Opera, is one of China’s cultural symbols recognized worldwide.

There used to be a debate in China about whether TCM or Western medicine was better, and arguments can still be heard

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