nds of years and is an important part of China’s profound cultu娱乐地图
娱乐地图re and an advantage and feature of Chinese medical science. Traditional Chinese medicine not
only belongs to China, but also belongs to the world. It has spread to 183 countries and regions,” Wang said.娱乐地图
“Traditional Chinese medicine not only has advantages and characteristics in the treatment of chronic diseases, functional dise
娱乐地图ases and complex diseases, but also plays a prominent role in the prevention and treatment of acute infectious diseases,” Wang added.
Guo Zongguang, director of the China Cultural Center in Wellington, saw the pro
娱乐地图motion as an opportunity to strengthen ties between New Zealand and China.
“Under the concept of innovation, coordination, green, openness and shar
ing, it is necessary to promote traditional Chinese medicine to go overseas.”
In the next two days, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from Chin
上海品茶娱乐地图a will enter New Zealand schools and museums to carry out traditional Chinese medicine prod
uct workshop experience activities and carry out traditional Chinese medicine culture promotion and exchange.
A lifelong love for the grasslands has inspired Xin Xiaoping’s resear
ch that is key to cultivating a sustainable future for such environments, Li Yingxue reports.
As a leading expert in her field, Xin Xiaoping quite literally上海品茶娱乐地图
has a natural passion for the grasslands of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region and she lov
es nothing more than to travel out to the plains to take samples to study back at her laboratory.上海品茶娱乐地图
Using a sampling square called a quadrat－a simple 1上海品茶娱乐地图-square-meter frame－which she lays on the ground at a chosen spot, Xin t
上海品茶娱乐地图akes samples of all the plants found within it, taking care to place each species of plant in a separate envelope. She
hen digs down to take soil samples every 10 centimeters to a depth of 80 cm beneath the surface.