CALL FOR PAPERS丨 中医药理论与实践的本土化应用




The Special issue of Chinese Medicine and Culture, in cooperation with The Belt and Road Research Institute of Beijing Language and Culture University, is now open for submission from overseas Chinese medicine experts.


     Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Systematic review of the development of TCM in North America
  • History of traditional Chinese medicine and traditional Chinese medicine in your country
  • Local practice and application of traditional Chinese medicine
  • Study on the translation and dissemination of traditional Chinese medicine classics or documents
  • Study on famous scholars who promote the development of traditional Chinese medicine overseas
  • Study on traditional Chinese medicine from the perspective of Sinology
  • Study on traditional Chinese medicine based on Chinese medical classics/theories



Prof. Xu Baofeng

Xu Baofeng, Ph.D., professor and doctoral supervisor; Dean of the Belt and Road Research Institute of Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU), Beijing Outstanding Young Scientist. Editor-in-chief of “Asian Culture”; Director of the National Project of “Chinese and Foreign Sinologist Translators Talent Database and Chinese Culture Translation and Studies Support Network (CCTSS)” of the Central Propaganda Department; Project leader of the “China-Latin America Cultural Translation Project" of the Ministry of Culture; the person in charge of the “Foreigners Writing China Program” of the National Silk Road Scholarly Project; Project leader of the “Chinese Cultural Knowledge Dictionary” project of Chinese contemporary works translation project; Chinese head of the Secretariat of the Special Office for Mutual Translation of Asian Classics; Director of the Wutong platform of “Foreign Translation and Dissemination of Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literary Works” at BLCU. He has long been engaged in the teaching and research of overseas sinology, Chinese culture and poetics, and Confucian ethics and philosophy; offered courses such as “Introduction to Literature”, “Chinese Culture”, “General Theory of Sinology”, “Life Wisdom of Sinology”, “Chinese Literature Studies in North American Sinology”, and “Chinese Culture and Poetics” for international students, undergraduates and postgraduates respectively; published 4 academic works, including 2 in English; edited 2 English works; completed 2 volumes of ancient books; edited 4 textbooks; published 3 research reports; published more than 30 papers in academic journals such as Literary Review.


When submitting your manuscript please select the article type “Special Issue: Indigenous Application of Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory and Practice”. All submissions deemed suitable to be sent for peer review will be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers. Once your manuscript is accept, it will go into production, and will be simultaneously published in the current regular issue and pulled into the online article collection. Article from this Special Topic will appear in different regular issues of the journal, though they will be clearly marked and branded as special topic articles