Annual Pivotal Event for Global Chinese Medicine Industry
16-18 August, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
The 11th edition of the International Conference & Exhibition of the Modernization of Chinese Medi-cine & Health Products (ICMCM) will welcome more than 100 exhibitors
from eight countries and regions. There is also group representation with pavilions from Guizhou, Jilin and Qinghai in the Chinese mainland.
Jointly organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and the Modernized Chinese Medicine International Association (MCMIA), the event will run 16-18 August, with the first two days open to trade visitors before public visitors will also be admitted on 18 August.
This event is a well-established platform that brings together those interested in the modern practice of this ancient tradition to meet exhibitors and to witness the latest developments as presented by practitioners and researchers.
Highlights of the event include the two-day ICMCM Conference to be held with the theme “Chinese Herbal Medicine for Major Disease Burden and Health Promotion”. Industry experts from Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, Japan, Macau, the Netherlands, Singapore, Taiwan and the US are sharing their insights at the conference on the bioactivity and life-nurturing function of Chinese medicine and present the latest research findings on the use of TCM in treating vascular and immunological diseases.
Health Forums and Presentations
Chinese Medicine Health Public Forum co-ordinated by the Hong Kong Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioners Charitable Foundation will be held to extend knowledge and understanding of the practice and benefits of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). This year’s forum takes the theme “Practical TCM Tips to Build up a Healthy Life”. During the event Chinese medicine practitioners will share practical tips on how to apply Chinese medicine to daily life.
The instructive theme continues with an educational display, co-organised by the Hong Kong Baptist University, which aims to increase the public’s understanding of the use of Chinese medicine as part of everyday health maintenance. Meanwhile at the Exhibitors’ Forum you can catch the latest products and services from some exhibitors.
The fair also offers plenty of oppor-tunities to make and extend contacts with a networking luncheon and networking reception.
The ever-popular HKTDC Food Expo and the HKTDC Hong Kong International Tea Fair which offer interesting prospects in related areas are taking place concurrently with the ICMCM, offering extra sourcing opportunities.
Register Now for Free Admission
Trade buyers can now pre-register to get your admission badge through following channels:
- Website – register at www.hktdc.com/ex/icmcm/05 on or before 25 July for buyers from outside Hong Kong to receive a free admission badge by mail; or
- Smartphone Info Site – download HKTDC Mobile at iPhone App Store, BlackBerry App World or Google Play; or
- Mobile Info Site - hktdc.com/wap/icmcm/T119