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Protest the Use of Lion Bones in Chinese Medicine Target: Gary Locke, U.S. Ambassador to China Goal: Challenge the unnecessary use of lion bones in Chinese medicines In China, it was (and is) traditionally thought that medicines made with tiger bones could cure rheumatism and stomach aches while granting the drinker increased strength, virility, and longevity.