The Palace Museum and the Chinese Academy of Chinese Medical

     2019-09-27    views
Beijing, September 27 (Reporter Ying Ni) The Palace Museum and the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences held a strategic cooperation signing ceremony at the Forbidden Palace Garden, Jingshengzhai, on the 27th.
 
The Palace Museum is the largest museum of ancient culture and art in China. It has more than 3,000 pieces of medical and cultural relics, which can be roughly divided into five categories: medicines, medicines, files, prescriptions, and imitations. The Qing Dynasty medical cultural relics are an important and distinctive category in the collection of the Palace Museum. It is a witness to the physical remains and development of the Qing Palace medical activities. It is a valuable cultural heritage and a first-hand study of the history of Chinese medicine, the history of the court, and even the history of cultural exchange between China and the West. Information has an irreplaceable role.
 
The Chinese Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences is the leading unit of scientific and cultural research in traditional Chinese medicine. As a national scientific research platform for Chinese medicine, it has the largest library of traditional Chinese medicine resources in China, and has accumulated rich experience in fields such as herbal research, Chinese medicine identification, and Chinese medicine processing. In recent years, it has been devoted to the introduction of science and technology archaeology into the research of herbal medicine, and has proposed the establishment of research fields and research platforms for “herbal archaeology”.
 
Wang Xudong, dean of the Palace Museum, said that the two sides will give full play to their academic resources by combining the strong and strong cooperation concept, and explore the traditional Chinese medicine in the motherland, explore the cultural value of traditional Chinese medicine, and constantly explore the research and utilization of the Chinese medicine culture of the Forbidden City. Direction and approach.
 
 
The cooperation between the Palace Museum and the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine will combine the outstanding research strength of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine with the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine to combine the large amount of traditional Chinese medicine resources in the Palace Museum to jointly carry out in-depth scientific research on the Qing Dynasty Chinese herbal medicines. Reveal its cultural connotation, tap its scientific value, and promote the development of contemporary Chinese medicine.