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cultural influences since the time of the ancient Greeks. The evolution of medicine and neurosurgery in Taiwan is a particularly interesting example of the way in which a scientific discipline can emerge as the result of numerous cultural influences. The story of the develop- ment of modern medicine and neurosurgery in Taiwan begins withthe accession of Taiwan in 1895 to Japan as a condition of the Treaty ofShimonoseki, which dictated the terms of China’s surrender to the Japanese follow- ing the Sino-Japanese war. In the years following the signing of this