From the second half of the 19th century to the early 20th century, cellular pathology and anatomy made significant breakthroughs in western society, and along with the East-West communication, a group of pioneers brought the fruits of modern medical achievements into China. The arrival of Western medicine in China was a fusion of civilizations that transcended politics. How did medical science enter China? What was the attitude of the Chinese towards medical science? How did the Chinese people's attitude towards Western medicine change? Behind these questions is the clash between traditional and modern civilization, the transformation of concepts in the midst of a thousand years of change. This series combines the expertise of medical practitioners with the latest research of historical scholars to tell the story of how Western medicine was first introduced and settled in China, with William Lockhart, Wong Fun, Huang Chunfu, and C. J. Davenport as the main characters.