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  1. Three Treasures of Chinese Medicine

  2. Chinese Traditional Medicine

  3. Acupuncture

  4. Acupuncture and Moxibustion

  5. Art of Healing

  6. Three Treasures of Buddhism

  7. Tea


Three Treasures of Chinese Medicine

jīng qì shén
Three Treasures of Chinese Medicine Vertical Wall Scroll

These are the characters jing, qi, and shen.

As a set, these three characters are known in English as the treasures of traditional Chinese medicine, the treasures of Qi Gong, or the three treasures of Taoism / Daoism.

Sometimes this set is titled as 三寶 (sānbǎo) or "three treasures" but here, we're writing each treasure out.

Here's how these characters are perceived in this context...
Jing: nutritive essence; refined; perfected; pure
Qi: vitality; energy; force; breath; vigor
Shen: spirit; soul; mind; being

To keep it simple, you can use, "essence, vitality and spirit", to define these.

Chinese Traditional Medicine

zhōng yī
Chinese Traditional Medicine Vertical Wall Scroll

中醫 is how to write "Chinese traditional medicine".

The original medicine that consists of herbal remedies derived from over 3000 years of research.

Acupuncture

zhēn liáo fǎ
hari ryou hou
Acupuncture Vertical Wall Scroll

針療法 is one of two ways to write acupuncture in Chinese and Japanese.

The first character means "needle" or "pin". The second character means "to treat" or "to cure". The last character means "method" or "way".

針療法 is the only reasonable selection if your audience is Japanese. 針療法 is the formal way to express acupuncture in Chinese, so this version is universal in most of Asia (the best all around choice in most cases).

Acupuncture

zhēn shù
shinjutsu
Acupuncture Vertical Wall Scroll

針術 is a way to write acupuncture in Chinese.

The first character means "needle" or "pin".
The second character means "technique" or "method".


This is theoretically a Japanese word as well but not commonly used.

Acupuncture and Moxibustion

zhēn jiǔ
shin kyuu
Acupuncture and Moxibustion Vertical Wall Scroll

鍼灸 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja word for acupuncture-moxibustion.

Art of Healing

yī dào
idou
Art of Healing Vertical Wall Scroll

醫道 means art of healing or medical skill.

This can also refer to a Korean TV show, Hur Jun about an ancient doctor. The Chinese-subtitled version of the show is also quite popular in China.

While this is a common title in Chinese and Korean, it's not used as often in Japanese where someone might read it as "medical course" or "the way of medicine".

Three Treasures of Buddhism

sān bǎo
san bou
Three Treasures of Buddhism Vertical Wall Scroll

三寶 is the title for "Three Precious Treasures of Buddhism".

These three treasures are the Buddha 佛, the Dharma 法 (teachings or the law of the Buddha), and the Sangha 僧 (the community of monks or followers).

This term is used by most (perhaps not all) Buddhists in China, Japan, and South Korea (written the same it the original form, but pronounced differently in each language). Non-Buddhists may just read this as, "Three Treasures", without the religious context. For instance, there is also a, "Three Treasures of Chinese Medicine", that is sometimes titled the same way.


In modern Japanese and Simplified Chinese, this is written 三宝 instead of 三寶.

chá
cha
Tea Vertical Wall Scroll

茶 means tea. It can refer to prepared tea (ready-to-drink) or to dry tea leaves.

The origin of tea is China but the same character is used in Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja with the exact same meaning. Japanese and Korean even borrowed the pronunciation from Chinese (pronounced "cha" in all three languages).

It's said that an early doctor (or herbologist) in ancient China kept poisoning himself as he tried different new herb concoctions. He invented tea as a means to detoxify himself as he recovered from 1 of the 76 times he nearly poisoned himself to death. Tea is seen not just as a drink but as a form of medicine used to remove impurities from the body.

The word "chai" (used in many languages to refer to various teas) is derived from this Chinese word.

茶 also means camellia, as Asian teas are often based on the leaves of camellia plant varieties.




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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Three Treasures of Chinese Medicine精氣神
精气神
jīng qì shén
jing1 qi4 shen2
jing qi shen
jingqishen
ching ch`i shen
chingchishen
ching chi shen
Chinese Traditional Medicine中醫
中医
zhōng yī / zhong1 yi1 / zhong yi / zhongyichung i / chungi
Acupuncture針療法
针疗法
hari ryou hou
hariryouhou
hari ryo ho
hariryoho
zhēn liáo fǎ
zhen1 liao2 fa3
zhen liao fa
zhenliaofa
chen liao fa
chenliaofa
Acupuncture針術
针术
shinjutsuzhēn shù / zhen1 shu4 / zhen shu / zhenshuchen shu / chenshu
Acupuncture and Moxibustion鍼灸 / 針灸
针灸
shin kyuu / shinkyuu / shin kyu / shinkyuzhēn jiǔ / zhen1 jiu3 / zhen jiu / zhenjiuchen chiu / chenchiu
Art of Healing醫道
医道
idou / idoyī dào / yi1 dao4 / yi dao / yidaoi tao / itao
Three Treasures of Buddhism三寶
三宝
san bou / sanbou / san bo / sanbosān bǎo / san1 bao3 / san bao / sanbaosan pao / sanpao
Teachachá / cha2 / chach`a / cha
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.


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