Cross-cultural Communication of Traditional Chinese Medicine under the Background of the Belt and Road Initiative —A Case Study of Central and Eastern European countries

Hui Pan


With the effective implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese culture has been accepted by more and more Central and Eastern European countries, and has further promoted political, economic and cultural exchanges and cooperation among these countries. As an important part of Chinese culture, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has become a channel of cultural exchange, and has been paid more and more attention. However, in general, the development and scale of traditional Chinese medicine in central and Eastern Europe are far smaller than that of the United States, Canada and Japan, and Australia as well as Western European countries, such as the United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands. Therefore, it is necessary to promote traditional Chinese medicine to CEE in order to further spread traditional Chinese medicine culture and open up more opportunities for cooperation.

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