takes place today and tomorrow with 18 prominent speakers from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Japan, Korea, Thailand, the Chinese mainland, Macau and Hong Kong, sharing their views on the opportunities arising from the Belt and Road Initiative, the quality of herbal products in Europe, the globalisation of Traditional Chinese Medicine, regulations and registration strategies for Chinese herbal health food, as well as the latest research and development findings.
The Trade Hall (11-13 August) is a one-stop platform for industry players where a number of themed zones are set up to create business opportunities and share market information, including the Halal Food Zone launched last year and the new Chinese Medicine Zone in association with the ICMCM.
The ICMCM will be an ideal platform for industry players to exchange ideas on the development of Chinese medicine.
A high-profile two-day ICMCM
Conference (13-14 August) opened today under the theme of "CM Research & Commercialization on Cardiovascular Diseases".
At today's press conference, Johnny Wan, Director, Exhibitions Market Development, HKTDC, said: "The large number and wide variety of exhibitors at the ICMCM this year highlights the growth and diversification of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) industry.
This year's ICMCM provides a diverse showcase of the latest technologies and brands related to TCM, including health foods, health care monitoring devices and anti-ageing products.
, jointly organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and the Modernized Chinese Medicine International Association (MCMIA), takes place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre over three days, with the final day (16 August) also open to the public ticket-holders.
Prominent speakers from Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, Japan, Singapore and Russia will share their knowledge and ideas during the two-day ICMCM
Conference on 14-15 August, which takes the theme of "Research and Development on prevention and treatment of Endocrine-metabolic diseases in Chinese Medicine".
also features an educational display illustrating the benefits of Chinese medicine.
Held concurrently with the trade fair is the ICMCM
Conference, 15-16 August, which will carry the theme "The Advanced Research and Development of Chinese Medicine on Cancer Treatment.
Fair highlights include a two-day ICMCM
conference under the theme "Chinese Herbal Medicine for Major Disease Burden and Health Promotion," and the International Postgraduate Symposium on Chinese Medicine.
Other highlights include the two-day ICMCM
conference, starting today under the theme "Milestones in Chinese Medicine Development," and featuring a panel of global experts.