During the late 19th to early 20th century, significant advancements in cellular pathology and anatomy were made in Western society. This period also witnessed the exchange of knowledge between East and West, leading to the introduction of modern medical achievements into China. The arrival of Western medicine in China represented a fusion of civilisations that transcended political boundaries. This series aims to explore the journey of medical science into China, delving into questions such as how it was received by the Chinese people and how their attitudes towards Western medicine evolved over time. It delves into the clash between traditional and modern civilisations, shedding light on the changing concepts and transformations that unfolded across a millennium. By combining the expertise of medical practitioners with the latest research from historical scholars, the series narrates the captivating story of how Western medicine found its place in China through the experiences of key figures such as William Lockhart, Wong Fun, Huang Chunfu, and C. J. Davenport.