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"Traditional Chinese Medicine Diploma" will help internationalize Chinese medicine
Recently, the International Exchange and Cooperation Branch of the Chinese National Medicine Association invited 11 Chinese ambassadors and some experts in the Chinese medicine industry who have worked in 26 countries on five continents in Beijing to develop the internationalization of Chinese medicine under the new situation. After the argumentation of the Strategic Planning and Action Outline Proposal, Chinese medicine should be combined with diplomacy to speed up the international legislative process of Chinese medicine, unify thoughts, enhance self-confidence, and export Chinese medicine culture through various forms of diplomacy, and bring together resources in many fields. go out.
Former Chinese Ambassador to New Zealand and Sweden, Chairman of the International Exchange and Cooperation Branch Chen Mingming believes that the internationalization of Chinese medicine is at the right time. Tu Yu won the Nobel Prize and shocked the country, boosting morale for the Chinese medicine community and obtaining the sea for Chinese medicine. Extensive recognition both internally and externally provides a good opportunity. At the Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony to be held in December, Chinese medicine will attract the attention of the world and should seize historic opportunities and expand its influence.
"The internationalization of Chinese medicine requires Chinese medicine diplomacy. Our diplomatic system, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and especially the foreign embassies are duty-bound to promote the Chinese medicine to the world." Chen Mingming said that the diplomatic authorities, the Chinese Medicine Administration and Chinese and foreign embassies should strengthen communication. Consolidate the strength of the overseas Chinese community, paving the way for the development of Chinese medicine in foreign countries; strengthen communication with the education sector, and gradually incorporate the cultural content of Chinese medicine into the overseas Confucius Institute curriculum.
Xu Yucong, former Chinese ambassador to Ecuador, Cuba and Argentina, proposed that the internationalization of Chinese medicine should focus on standardization and standardization, and clearly define the operating standards and personnel access of overseas Chinese medicine institutions. This outline is used as a form of advice to bring together resources from different fields and take appropriate paths and actions to jointly promote the internationalization of Chinese medicine to the national level.
Qiu Deliang, deputy director of the Jilin Provincial Health and Family Planning Commission and director of the Provincial Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, said at the meeting that in recent years, the comprehensive service capacity of Chinese medicine has been significantly improved nationwide. Chinese medicine should go out first, then level, and have rhythm. Traditional Chinese medicine has the responsibility to better reflect the traditional Chinese cultural concepts through medical services and foreign cultural exchanges, and to integrate Chinese medicine into the modern environment and international environment.
Mei Ping, the former Chinese ambassador to Canada, hopes to close health cooperation through high-level visits and exchange Chinese medicine as the content of bilateral strategic economic dialogue. We will build up internationalized health tourism work for Chinese medicine, create foreign politicians and diplomats to perceive Chinese medicine bases, carry out remote treatment services, and provide health care international consulting services.
Diplomatic experts believe that the internationalization of Chinese medicine cannot be simply defined as the exchange and cooperation of a number of specific Chinese medicine products trade and health services in a scattered, partial and random state in a foreign country or region. It should be a system project that comprehensively and comprehensively and comprehensively promotes the "six-in-one" development of traditional Chinese medicine, health care, education, scientific research, culture and industry under the guidance of the state and industry authorities. It is necessary for the international community to recognize and apply traditional Chinese medicine, and to promote all-round cooperation with the target countries in politics, economy, culture, and diplomacy, and to contribute to the Chinese medicine.
The former ambassadors to the conference also included 8 Wang Yanyi, Li Jiazhong, Zhang Tingyan, Wu Sike, Yu Xingzhi, Zhou Xiaopei, Xu Mengshui and Huang Guifang.
The International Exchange and Cooperation Branch of the Chinese National Medicine Association was established in 2014 to propose “Traditional Chinese Medicine Diplomacy”, launched the World Bank of Perception of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and compiled the “Strategic Planning and Action Outline for the Development of Chinese Medicine in the New Situation”, inviting foreign countries. Politicians perceive Chinese medicine, coordinate the foreign mainstream media press group approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the government's visit to China to increase the traditional Chinese medicine experience, launch the Chinese medicine intervention program for young people living with HIV, and host the first Chinese medicine sub-forum of Boao Forum for Asia. Etc., praised by the industry.
The club will host the first Chinese Medicine Internationalization Forum in the near future, and invite the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, the leaders of the Chinese medicine industry, senior diplomats, and mainstream media to discuss the contents of “Communication and Mutual Understanding, Human Sharing, and Building a Community of Healthy Destiny”. To build the main channel of Chinese medicine diplomacy.