Professor Liu Minru, the first woman to be named a master of traditional Chinese medicine on the mainland, said Hong Kong does not value the practice. Photo: Nora Tam Professor Liu Minru, the first woman to be named a master of traditional Chinese medicine on the mainland, said Hong Kong does not value the practice. Photo: Nora Tam
Professor Liu Minru, the first woman to be named a master of traditional Chinese medicine on the mainland, said Hong Kong does not value the practice. Photo: Nora Tam

First woman 'master of Chinese medicine' criticises Hong Kong's attitude

Liu Minru has been honoured for her work on the mainland, but says Hong Kong doesn't take the ancient practice seriously enough

Topic |   Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)
Professor Liu Minru, the first woman to be named a master of traditional Chinese medicine on the mainland, said Hong Kong does not value the practice. Photo: Nora Tam Professor Liu Minru, the first woman to be named a master of traditional Chinese medicine on the mainland, said Hong Kong does not value the practice. Photo: Nora Tam
Professor Liu Minru, the first woman to be named a master of traditional Chinese medicine on the mainland, said Hong Kong does not value the practice. Photo: Nora Tam
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