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Huqingyutang Pharmacy

Medicine King in south of the Yangtze River – Huqingyutang Pharmacy was founded in 1874 by Hu Xueyan. It’s in Hangzhou’s historical cultural street Qinghefang. And it’s the best preserved late Qing industrial and commercial type ancient buildings and model … Continue reading

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Acupuncture Points And Health Maintenance: Taichong Acupuncture Point

I realize more about the significance of maintain good health by everyday practice according to traditional Chinese medical theory in recent years. My mother practice Taiji three years ago and my father become a “health expert” to cook nutritious food … Continue reading

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Superior “Invention” From Traditional Chinese Medical Theory—La Jin

Working 9 to 5 five days a week, it is the weekly schedule most white collars follow. Sitting in front of the computer and focusing on the screen for several hours, between health and unhealthiness, there appears a “popular” new … Continue reading

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