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Special Issue: Traditional Chinese Medicine
| 1 Fan YN. Transmission of Chinese medicine in the Germany.
2 2 Ergil MC. Considerations for the translation of traditional Chinese medicine into English. (2001) [2017-3-22]. 2001) [2017-3-22]. http:// www.paradigm-pubs.com/sites/www.paradigm-pubs.com/ files/files/Tanslation.pdf.
3 Needham J, Gwei-Djen L, Porkert M.Problems of translation and modernisation of ancient Chinese technical terms.
4 Niu CY. Thinking and method of traditional Chinese medicine translator in early period.
5 Li ZG, Li D. Discussion on Needham’s translation thoughts on TCM.
6 Ou M, Li YW. On English translation of TCM terminology.
7 Li ZG. A discussion of English translation of1995 and 1997 Chinese National Standards of Traditional Chinese Medical Terminologies for Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment.
8 8 World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Western Pacific. Standard Acupuncture Nomenclature. 2nd ed. (1993) [2017-03-22] 1993) [2017-03-22] http://apps.who.int/iris/ bitstream/10665/207716/1/9290611057_eng.pdf.
9 Xie ZF, Lou ZC, Huang XK.Classified dictionary of traditional Chinese medicine. Beijing: New World Press. 1994.
10 Lan FL. Comments on
11 World Health Organization.
12 Xie ZF.English translation of common terms in traditional Chinese medicine. Beijing: China Press of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2004.
13 13 World Health Organization. WHO international standard terminologies on traditional medicine in the Western Pacific Region. (2007) [2017-3-22] 2007) [2017-3-22] http://www.wpro.who.int/ publications/who_istrm_file.pdf?ua=1.
14 14 Zhong Guo Zhong Yi Yao Bao. International standard Chinese-English basic nomenclature of Chinese medicine being completed. (2008-10-14) [2017-03-22]. . International standard Chinese-English basic nomenclature of Chinese medicine being completed. (2008-10-14) [2017-03-22]. http://www. wfcms.org/menuCon/contdetail.jsp?id=2383. Chinese.
15 Du LX, Liu AJ, Chen ZF, Wu Q. The present sitituation and analysis of the translation of TCM terminology from2000 to 2012.
16 Li ZG. Issues on international standardization of traditional Chinese medical terminologies: from WHO/ICD-11 to ISO/ TC249.
17 17 World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. WFCMS attends the 4th ISO/TC 249 full council. (2013-05-23) [2017-03-22]. . WFCMS attends the 4th ISO/TC 249 full council. (2013-05-23) [2017-03-22]. http://www.wfcms.org/department/mainCon. jsp?departid=298&titleid=299&id=4868.
18 18 China Net of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Decoction service for Chinese herbs will have ISO standard. (2016- 05-05) [2017-03-22]. . Decoction service for Chinese herbs will have ISO standard. (2016- 05-05) [2017-03-22]. http://www.wfcms.org/department/ mainCon.jsp?departid=298&titleid=318&id=7011.
19 Hui KK, Pritzker S.Terminology standardization in Chinese medicine: the perspective from UCLA center for East-West medicine.
20 Buck C, Rose K, Felt R, Wiseman W, Maciocia G.On terminology & translation.
21 Ye X, Dong MH.A review on different English versions of an ancient classic of Chinese medicine:
22 Yang MS, SH, Jing Y, Zhu C. TCM terms translation and teaching mode based on single character study.
23 Xie ZF, Liu GZ, Lu WB, Fang T, Zhang Q, Wang T, Wang K. Comments on Nigel Wiseman’s
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