Head of History Center at National Central University
He specializes in history of Chinese society and medicine, history of disease and history of modern Chinese warfare. He has at least 80 thesis, issues and books published.
Chinese medicine, along with its long history of application, has also developed professional training and research academies for its usage. Despite that, a stereotype remains in Taiwan, whether it be the aroma of herbs through the streets of Da Dao Cheng, the 0800 gold man advertisement, or its ongoing discussions as the remedy for COVID-19.
For Taiwan, in the 21st century, should the question in place go beyond visions of science versus traditional views; and use technological creativity and imagination to re-evaluate modern Chinese medicine?