BEIJING, Sept. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A press conference for the 2016 International Conference on Health Preservation was held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on September 18, 2016. The year's event had the distinction of having an exclusive invited guest who spoke on the use of tonics and on wellness at the conference, Qin Yufeng, President of Dong E E Jiao Co., Ltd, rotating director of the E-Jiao Specialty Committee of the China Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and successor of one of China's intangible national cultural heritages – the skills and knowledge for the production of Dong E E Jiao, a variety of donkey-hide gelatin or colla corii asini.
Mr. Qin shared the podium with fellow distinguished speakers, Li Daning, former deputy director-general of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and director of the National Technical Committee on Health Care Service, under the Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China, as well as Cao Zhengkui, deputy director of the China Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The event is a press conference for the third session of 2016 International Conference on Health Preservation, which will be held in Luofushan, Huizhou city, Guangdong province, China between the 8th and the 11th of December, 2016. In line with national policies, the event will promote a development strategy for a "Healthy China".
Traditional Chinese medicine becomes the calling card for the emergence of a Chinese industry
China is a vital part of the global healthcare and life science industry. According to data from China's Ministry of Health, the country's healthcare industry delivered products and services valued at US$500 billion for a twelve-month period spanning 2014 and 2015, the last time the industry was evaluated. The combining of traditional Chinese medicines and modern life science paves the way for a unique development path for the traditional Chinese medicine industry.
Traditional Chinese medicine has been receiving increased attention for years. During the recently held Rio Olympic Games, athletes from around the world chose traditional Chinese medicine treatments including cupping, massage, and acupuncture to help improve their health and relieve pain, serving as a testament as to how quickly traditional Chinese medicine is gaining acceptance worldwide.
Chinese health preservation represents not only the abundance of medical resources that a part of Chinese heritage, but also an integral element of how China and even the world can achieve a better healthcare system.
Mr. Qin said at the press conference that traditional Chinese medicine represents not only an industry, but also a culture. With a history stretching back thousands of years, the breadth and depth of knowledge and skillsets that constitute Chinese-style health preservation, based on traditional Chinese medicines and the ancient philosophy that serves as its bedrock, has been and will continue to be one of the country's national treasures.
Health preservation is becoming an ever more important component of wellness and healthcare around the globe and traditional Chinese medicines will play an increasingly important role.
Health preservation via donkey-hide gelatin gaining traction as a new trend for a healthy life
Health and longevity are pursuits that are a common goal for every person alive and a worthwhile goal for health care providers. Health and wellness are a necessary requirement for overall wellbeing. A sound national health system and a "green" life is now a generally accepted daily life requirement for the betterment of society and a necessary component of any plan for the continued development of a country.
This third session of the 2016 International Conference on Health Preservation will be a meeting on health preservation with Chinese characteristics and the worldwide acceptance that such an approach is gaining. The event, themed "Focus on Health Preservation Careers, Seek Cooperation and Common Development", will host a series of events including Seminars on Comprehensive Health Preservation, the Gehong Cultural Research Forum, the Healthcare Industry Forum, the Herbal Paste Forum, and the Health Care Industry Expo.
Health experts from more than 50 countries including China and leaders of companies in the health industry will come together, to engage in extensive discussions and exchanges, in an effort to promote the development of the health industry.
Donkey-hide gelatin has always been used as both a medicine and a food, and is a top-grade tonic. The tradition of taking donkey-hide gelatin for added nutrition has been in place for around 3,000 years. Modern medical experts have also found that the gelatin can be used to treat various disorders caused by blood deficiencies.
The product can also moisturize the skin by enriching the blood, regulate the menstrual cycle and prevent miscarriages, improve the user's overall physique, promote sleep, nourish the brain and improve intelligence, postpone senility, as well as prevent and treat various diseases.
Dong E E Jiao: the national brand taking the reins in terms of promoting the treatment
Donkey-hide gelatin is one of the most representative of traditional Chinese medicines, and its essential function of tonifying and nourishing the Yin as a method for extending longevity is highly representative of the health preservation culture in traditional Chinese medicine theory. Dong E E Jiao, as the standard setter for the donkey-hide gelatin industry, has been leading the industry's development, while expanding its product line.
As the only representative for Chinese tonic-based health preservation invited to this year's International Conference on Health Preservation, Dong E E Jiao will not only demonstrate the growing impact of Chinese tonic-based health preservation practices, but also showcase to healthcare professionals from around the globe the essence of classic traditional Chinese medical culture that has been passed down for thousands of years.
Dong E E Jiao has proactively taken on the role of promoting the development of traditional Chinese medicines in the international arena. Taking on the role as the successor to this national treasure, the company has been making and will continue to make unremitting efforts with the aim of expanding the global presence of Chinese medicines and build a bridge between China and other countries for exchanges focused on the Chinese herbal medicine-based healthcare culture.
Dong E E Jiao is expected to drive the growth of Dong-e branded donkey-hide gelatin, an intangible element of China's cultural heritage, to gain a presence in international markets, bring the tonic into the hands of patients who could benefit from the treatment, and to contribute to the power of Chinese medicines to make a difference in human health. Dong E E Jiao's presence at the conference is a key step in making the goals of this mission a reality.
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SOURCE Dong E E Jiao Co., Ltd.