Hong Kong International Conference of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products (ICMCM) is the annual premier event of the Chinese medicine and health products industry. Jointly organised by the HKTDC and the Modernized Chinese Medicine International Association Ltd (MCMIA), the International Conference of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products (ICMCM) is a platform for traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) professionals to get the latest industry insights.
International Conference & Exhibition of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products (ICMCM) is well received as a leading global platform for the promotion of Chinese medicine and health products.
For thousands of years, Chinese medicine and herbal products have supported the health of Chinese communities around the world. Now the popularity of traditional products and methods has soared worldwide, as people seek safe, gentle and natural solutions. Hong Kong is well positioned to offer Chinese medicine a prominent trading platform.
Hong Kong is a leading international hub for TCM. There is a robust development of Chinese medicine in Hong Kong. The large number and wide variety of exhibitors at the ICMCM highlights the growth and diversification of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) industry. Hong Kong, with its East-meets-West culture and transparent regulatory environment, is the ideal place to showcase the attributes of TCM and introduce related brands, products and services to a global audience.
Hong Kong focusing its studies on policies and measures to further the development of the Chinese medicine industry, coupled with Hong Kong’s advantages in re-export trade, international management talents and experiences, well reputed testing and certification service, all contribute to solidify Hong Kong as the key trading hub for Chinese medicine and health products.
The fair supports a high-quality Chinese medicine trading platform and promotes awareness of Chinese medicine around the world. Exhibits include Chinese Medicine, Health Supplements, Health Care & Therapy, Raw Materials and Equipment & Related Services.
The fair is divided into themed zones, allowing global buyers to easily locate relevant exhibitors and source products to fulfil their needs. These zones include: Beauty & Fitness, Chinese Medicine, Functional Food & Products, Health Supplement, Health Care & Therapy, Research & Development, as well as Raw Materials, Equipment & Related Services among others.
Designed to serve up business opportunities for industry players, the Trade Hall featured a number of national and regional pavilions. A Chinese Medicine Zone was also staged in association with the International Conference of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products.
For the first two days, the fair exclusive to trade visitors for extensive business discussion and information exchange, providing the ideal platform for trading opportunities. For the last day of the fair, the public can visit the fair to explore a wide array of Chinese medicines and health products.
The International Conference & Exhibition of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products offers an important channel for connecting global buyers with local and international Chinese medicine professionals.
The theme for this year’s conference is “TCM Modernisation & Internationalisation: Start from the Greater Bay Area”. Fifteen heavyweight speakers from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Japan and Korea will share the latest research and developments, trends and prospects for TCM in the Greater Bay Area, helping industry professionals get a better understanding of the markets and opportunities.
On 17 August, public ticket-holders can join the Chinese Medicine Health Public Forum at which TCM practitioners will discuss health topics such as eczema, gastrointestinal care, knee care, diets for summer and autumn, and acupressure massage for pain relief.
In commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the birth of Li Shizhen, author of Compendium of Materia Medica, the conference will share the development of Ben Cao (a pharmacopoeia of Chinese herbal medicine) and its potential expansion.
There was 17 distinguished speakers from renowned institutions in Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, India, Japan, Korea, Russia and the US. These include Hong Kong Baptist University, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Seoul National University, St Petersburg State University and the American Society of Pharmacognosy.
On 18 Aug, public ticket-holders can take part in the Chinese Medicine Health Public Forum sessions where professional practitioners will discuss Chinese medicine dietary therapy for skin problems, anaemia and blood pressure control, diabetes, gastroenteritis, respiratory care and seasonal healthcare diets.
The ICMCM take place on 17-18 August to keep industry players abreast of the latest trends and developments in traditional Chinese medicine. The conference will feature 16 distinguished speakers from renowned institutions in Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, Korea and Macau, including the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Jinan University College of Pharmacy, Seoul National University and the School of Chinese Medicine of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The experts will share views on quality control of Chinese medicine products, pharmacology, internationalisation and successful cases.
On 19 August, public visitors can join Public Forum sessions by professional Chinese medicine practitioners, who will discuss various prevalent urban diseases such as shoulder and back pain, gout, adolescent scoliosis, lumbar pain, diabetes, and foot and knee joint pain.
The Conference take place on 11 and 12 August to keep practitioners abreast of the latest trends and developments. Heavyweight speakers from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau and the Netherlands share views on the opportunities from “Belt & Road Initiatives” and also the latest findings on research and development, regulations and legislations, commercialization and product development of the Chinese medicine industry.
This year’s ICMCM features more than 110 exhibitors from 9 countries and regions. Demonstrating the international appeal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, exhibitors from as far afield as France and the United States will join the fair, alongside a strong contingent from East Asia.
To enhance the experience of fair visitors and facilitate product sourcing, there was eight exhibition zones at the fairground, namely; Beauty & Fitness, Chinese Medicine, Functional Food and Products, Health Supplement, Health Care & Therapy, Research & Development, Raw Materials, and Equipment & Related Services.
An important highlight of the fair is the two-day professional conference on 13-14 August, themed “CM Research & Commercialization on Cardiovascular Diseases” with heavyweight speakers coming from the Chinese mainland, Germany and Hong Kong to provide their expertise and insights into key industry developments, trends and research.
A two-day heavyweight ICMCM Conference (13-14 Aug) discussing “CM Research & Commercialization on Cardiovascular Diseases” provide a platform for experts to share their insights on the subject. Meanwhile, Hong Kong Baptist University is the co-organiser of the 11th International Postgraduate Symposium on Chinese Medicine (14 Aug). Complementing these events was an Exhibitor Forum featuring new products and services as well as a seminar on testing and certification procedures for Chinese medicine.
Other events include Exhibitors’ Forum, which provide a platform for exhibitors to present their latest products and services to visitors. On the fair’s public day (15 August), there was public sharing sessions conducted by Chinese medicine practitioners to give advice on how to apply Chinese medicine to daily life.
Public ticket-holders are invited to attend the ICMCM’s Chinese Medicine Health Public Forum on 15 August while, throughout the day, events are organised to highlight various aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as some of the latest products in the market.
The 13th edition of the ICMCM, brings together over 130 exhibitors from 10 countries and regions, including Australia, Canada, the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Chinese Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore.
The eight thematic categories cover: Beauty & Fitness; Chinese Medicine; Functional Food & Products; Health Supplement; Health Care & Therapy; Raw Materials, Equipment & Related Services; Research & Development; and Trade Association. A wide variety of innovative products also be on display including new health foods, supplements and creative solutions that promote the development of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
A two-day Conference under the theme of “Research and development on prevention and treatment of Endocrine-metabolic diseases in Chinese Medicine” was taking place on the 14 and 15 August. A total of 5 sessions was hosted by worldwide experts coming from the Chinese mainland, Japan, Russia, and Singapore, sharing the latest industry trends and insights into various Chinese medicine aspects.
Public day open on Saturday (16 August). At the Public Forum, coordinated by the Hong Kong Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioners Association, experts will share insights and provide advice on herbal products applications to daily life. Chinese medicine practitioners will also conduct seminars on prevention and treatment of Allergic Rhinitis and Cervical Spondylosis.
This year fair is expecting more than 110 exhibitors from Canada, the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Macau, Singapore and Taiwan, to introduce their regional medicine to the global buyers.
ICMCM continues to run on a parallel-track format, allowing the extension of the external trade platform for Chinese medicine products while simultaneously gathering together industrial eminence for the exchange of information and for conferring on the direction of Chinese medicine development in the future. The venue was divided into different zones according to product categories to accommodate different health needs, including Chinese Medicine, Health Supplement, Healthcare & Therapy, Raw Material, Equipment & Related Services, Research & Development and so forth.
The two-day professional conference is a major highlight of the event each year. This year, the theme is “The Advanced Research and Development of Chinese Medicine on Cancer Treatment”. Worldwide heavy-weighted experts from Australia, the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Chinese Taiwan, Japan, Singapore and the United States will share their insights into the latest industry developments and research findings, including Professor Cheng Yung Chi from the Yale University School of Medicine of the United States.
A public forum on Chinese medicine and health on 17 August, with practitioners offering health tips and advice on countering the summer heat. The ICMCM also features an educational display illustrating the benefits of Chinese medicine.
More than 110 exhibitors and a score of expert speakers present the latest Chinese medicine products, services and intelligence at the 11th edition of the International Conference & Exhibition of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products (ICMCM).
The exhibition was divided into the following theme zones: Chinese Medicine, Health Supplements, Healthcare & Therapy, Raw Material, Equipment & Related Services, and Research & Development.
One of the ICMCM’s highlights goes to the two-day professional conference, which aims to keep participants abreast of the latest findings and applications of Chinese medicine. The theme for this year conference is “Chinese Herbal Medicine for Major Disease Burden and Health Promotion”, will feature topics include preventive treatment of disease, Chinese herbal medicine for vascular and immunological diseases and the bioactivity and standards of Chinese herbal medicine.
Experts from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Chinese Taiwan, Japan, Macau, Netherlands, Singapore and the US will gather and share their valuable insights. Heavy-weighted speakers include, Professor Li Da-ning, Vice Commissioner of State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine of P.R.C., Professor Chen Kai-xian, President of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr Mei Wang, Director of SU BioMedicine to share the first successful case of Chinese herbal medicine registration at European Union, Professor Zhang Bol-li, Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering and Dr David Eisenberg from Harvard University, just to name a few.
Public Day was open on Saturday (18 August). At the Public Forum themed “Practical TCM tips to build up a healthy life”, Chinese medicine practitioners provide advice on how to apply Chinese medicine to daily life, featuring anti-cancer diet, seasonal diet tips, bone health and acupoint massage.
The fair also includes an educational display, which aims to enhance public awareness of the practical benefits of Lingnan medicine. Life-nurturing diet demonstrations is arranged to offer visitor to have a trial of delicious and healthy soup. In the meantime, Chinese medical practitioners also give advice and consultation service to visitors at the fair.
The 10th edition of the International Conference & Exhibition of the Modernization of Chinese Medicine & Health Products (ICMCM) will welcome close to 130 exhibitors from eight countries and regions.
Participating countries include Canada, the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, Chinese Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore. The event also features group pavilions from seven countries and regions including those representing Guizhou, Heilongjiang, Jiangsu, Jilin, Qinghai and Sichuan on the mainland, as well as Taiwan.
The fair was divided into specific zones, with an educational display organised by the University of Hong Kong. An educational display coordinated by the University of Hong Kong was presented in the Hall 1A Concourse throughout the fair period.
Highlights include a two-day ICMCM conference under the theme “Milestone in Chinese Medicine Development” and an International Postgraduate Symposium on Chinese Medicine. The first day of the event will include the 7th International Postgraduate Symposium on Chinese Medicine. A 10th Anniversary Networking Reception on the second day of the fair will enable participants to exchange ideas and market intelligence.
Sessions on Regulatory Harmonization and Anti-viral & Neuro Treatments will share new insights on the development of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) as well as compare regulatory practices related to TCM products in places such as Australia, Canada and the United States.
The 9th ICMCM, drawn the participation of more than 120 exhibitors from 13 countries and regions. The venue was divided into different zones according to product categories, including Chinese Medicine, Health Supplement, Healthcare & Therapy, Raw Material, Equipment & Related Services, Research & Development, and Trade Association. With a gathering of superb exhibitors from around the world and an abundance of information, the fair should once again bring in thousands of buyers.
The fair was divided into specific zones showcasing product categories. In Hall 1A concourse, an educational display coordinated by Chinese University of Hong Kong demonstrate Chinese medicine’s effectiveness in treating mental illness.
Highlights include a two-day ICMCM conference, 12-13 August, under the theme of “Research & Application” during the exhibition to offer a chance for industrial practitioners and academics to exchange ideas with experts in Chinese medicine from around the world, and to promote the further internationalisation of Chinese medicine.”
The professional conference “Research & Application” was held on 12 and 13 August. Topics include the latest development in the application, research, quality control, sustainable development, and digitalisation of Chinese medicine. Renowned scholars and industrial leaders was invited as speakers, making the conference an international event in Chinese medicine.
Co-organised with the Modernized Chinese Medicine International Association, ICMCM feature exhibits in Chinese medicine, health supplements, health care and therapy, health equipment and related services, research and development among others. The fair provides a high-quality Chinese-medicine trading platform and promotes awareness of Chinese medicine around the world.
The two-day (13-14 August) professional conference is an international drawcard. Leading experts from Canada, the Chinese mainland, Chinese Taiwan, the US and Hong Kong are invited, including Prof CHE Chun-Tao, Director of School of Chinese Medicine in The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prof Shilin CHEN, Director of Institute of Medicinal Plant Development of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, the Chinese mainland, Dr Amy CHIU, Assistant Director of Health (Traditional Chinese Medicine) of Department of Health, Hong Kong.
The distinguished experts deliver presentations on the following topics: Herbal Resources and Authentication, Life-nurturing through the Modern Application of TCM, Regulations and Standards for Chinese Medicine, New Concepts in Chinese Medicine Research, and Chinese Medicine from IP to IPO.
Chinese medicine is closely bound up with the ancient history and culture of China. Members of the public enlightened by attending exhibitors’ forums and Chinese medicines health public forums.
Established in 1966, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is a statutory body dedicated to creating opportunities for Hong Kong’s businesses. With more than 40 offices globally, including 13 on the Chinese mainland, the HKTDC promotes Hong Kong as a platform for doing business with China, Asia and the world. With 50 years of experience, the HKTDC organises international exhibitions, conferences and business missions to provide companies, particularly SMEs, with business opportunities on the mainland and in international markets, while providing information via trade publications, research reports and digital channels including the media room.