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中医是中国各民族医学的总称(the general designation)，包括汉族医学、藏族医学、蒙古族医学、苗族医学等多个民族的医学。中国是医药文化发展最早的国家之一。中医认为人体是一个有机的整体，在诊治疾病时，首先要观察病人外表，听病人的喘息声音，询问发病过程、自我感觉和饮食起居情况，然后在手腕(wrist)上摸脉动(pulse)。这种诊断方法，称为―望‖、―闻‖、―问‖、―切‖。(157字)
Traditional Chinese medical science is the general designation of kinds of medicine practiced by different ethnic groups, including those of the Hans, the Tibetans, the Mongolians and also the Miao ethnic group, etc. China is one of the countries where medicinal cultures developed earliest in the world. It is believed that the human body is an organic whole in traditional Chinese medicine. This, in diagnosis and treatment of a disease, examination includes first observing the symptom expression, then listening to the breathing sound, after that inquiring about the medical history, including the physical sensation, the diet and daily life of the patient, and finally feeling the pulse on the wrist. This method of diagnosis is summarized as ―watching, hearing, asking, and touching.
The Tang Dynasty(618-907) was the heyday of Chinese classical poetry, and because of this, people usually call the poetry written in the dynasty as Tangshi, the poetry of the Tang Dynasty. The Tang Dynasty saw a large galaxy of poets and poetry, with a total of 48900 poems. The most famous poets were Li Bai and Du Fu. The most popular Tang-dynasty poems is Three Hundred Poems of the Tang Dynasty, selected and compiled in 1763 by the Qing-dynasty scholar Sun Zhu. The poems selected are written by over 70 Tang-dynasty poets, and are all gems of Tang Dynasty poems which are favored even today by readers at home and abroad.
The invention of chopsticks reflects the wisdom of ancient Chinese people. A pair of chopsticks, though they look simple, can nip, pick, rip and stir food. In ancient times, chopsticks were called ―Zhu‖. Development of chopsticks has experienced a long history. Early in Xia Dynasty (21st—16th century B.C.), the shape of chopstick was still in development. Chopsticks only became two sticks of the same length in the Shang Dynasty (16th – 11th century B.C.).