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  • By Lu Chonghan (Chengdu University of TCM, Department of Fundamental Studies) Translated by Kendra Dale 10 pages In this transmission, the main successor of the Sichuan “Fire Spirit” school of aconite, ginger, and cinnamon usage issues a rare manifesto of the leading role of yang-qi in macrocosm and microcosm.
  • By Cheng Guopeng (Scholar, Qing Dynasty) Translated by Heiner Fruehauf Available languages English (6 pages) German (7 pages) Cheng Guopeng is one of the seminal scholar-physicians of the early Qing dynasty. At the height of his career, he synthesized his personal insights derived from a life-long study of the classics, especially Zhang Zhongjing’s Shanghan lun, and his clinical experience by writing the book Enlightened Insights into the Science of Medicine (Yixue xinwu, 1732).
  • By Heiner Fruehauf Available languages English, translated from Mandarin Chinese (9 pages) German, translated from Mandarin Chinese (10 pages) These essays represent Heiner’s contribution to 2011's Fuyang luntan (Discussion Forum on Supporting the Yang), China’s premier conference dedicated to upholding the roots of classical Chinese medicine.
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