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中医走入新西兰国会

时间:2019-06-28

惠灵顿中国文化中心6月27日在新西兰国会大楼举办中国文化体验日——中医走入国会活动,4位来自中国的中医师为新西兰国会议员和当地民众进行把脉诊疗、针灸和按摩。

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这是6月27日在新西兰惠灵顿拍摄的中医走入国会活动现场,右一为365bet身份验证失败_365bet篮球投注_365bet官网365bet官网常务副主任厉将斌。新华社发(张健勇 摄)

新西兰国会法制委员会主席霍建强在接受采访时说,在全球,中医药正受到越来越多人的关注。此次以中医为主要内容的中国文化体验活动契合了“中国-新西兰旅游年”的主题。

中国国家中医药管理局国际合作司司长王笑频表示,中医有数千年历史,是博大精深的中国文化的重要组成部分,也是中国医学科学的一个优势和特色。中医不仅属于中国,也属于世界。希望这次活动能够促进中新文化交流,让更多新西兰民众了解和体验中医。

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6月27日,在新西兰惠灵顿,来自中国的中医师在活动现场进行把脉诊疗。 新华社发(张健勇 摄)

惠灵顿中国文化中心主任郭宗光表示,中医药是中国优秀的文化资源,要在贯彻创新、协调、绿色、开放、共享的发展理念下,推动中医药走出去,为健康中国建设和人类健康事业作出独特贡献。

未来两天,中国中医师还将走进新西兰学校、博物馆,开展中医药产品工坊体验活动,进行中医文化推广交流。(来源:新华网)

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Traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicks off in New Zealand

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A traditional Chinese medicine practitioner(L) feels the pulse of a man during a cultural promotion event at the New Zealand Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand, June 27, 2019. A traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicked off here at the New Zealand Parliament Building on Thursday. Four traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from Beijing, China diagnosed and treated local people. (Xinhua/Zhang Jianyong)

WELLINGTON, June 27 (Xinhua) -- A traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicked off here at the New Zealand Parliament Building on Thursday.

Four traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from Beijing, China diagnosed and treated local people.

Raymond Huo, chairman of New Zealand Parliamentary Justice Select Committee, said that the cultural experience of traditional Chinese medicine is in line with the theme of the 2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism.

"In the global arena, traditional Chinese medicine is attracting more and more people. Legislation management is the guarantee for the overseas development of traditional Chinese medicine. The EU, the United States and Australia are trying the legislations of traditional Chinese medicine, Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. The New Zealand Parliament has included traditional medicine in the legislative plan as early as 2010," said Huo.

"The main reason for the current delay on the progress of overseas traditional Chinese medicine legislation is that we have limited knowledge or understanding of traditional Chinese medicine, and there is a long way to go for international exchange and popularization of traditional Chinese medicine," he added.

Wang Xiaofeng, Director General of the Department of International Cooperation of the National Administration of Traditional Chinese medicine of China, believed this event will promote the cultural exchange between China and New Zealand, so that more New Zealanders can understand traditional Chinese medicine and experience traditional Chinese medicine.

"Traditional Chinese medicine has a history of thousands of years and is an important part of China's profound culture and an advantage and feature of Chinese medical science. Traditional Chinese medicine not only belongs to China, but also belongs to the world. It has spread to 183 countries and regions," Wang said.

"Traditional Chinese medicine not only has advantages and characteristics in the treatment of chronic diseases, functional diseases and complex diseases, but also plays a prominent role in the prevention and treatment of acute infectious diseases," Wang added.

Guo Zongguang, director of the China Cultural Center in Wellington, saw the promotion as an opportunity to strengthen ties between New Zealand and China.

"Under the concept of innovation, coordination, green, openness and sharing, it is necessary to promote traditional Chinese medicine to go overseas."

In the next two days, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from China will enter New Zealand schools and museums to carry out traditional Chinese medicine product workshop experience activities and carry out traditional Chinese medicine culture promotion and exchange.

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A traditional Chinese medicine practitioner(R) talks with a man during a cultural promotion event at the New Zealand Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand, June 27, 2019. A traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicked off here at the New Zealand Parliament Building on Thursday. Four traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from Beijing, China, diagnosed and treated local people. (Xinhua/Zhang Jianyong)

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A traditional Chinese medicine practitioner massages shoulders of a man during a cultural promotion event at the New Zealand Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand, June 27, 2019. A traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicked off here at the New Zealand Parliament Building on Thursday. Four traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from Beijing, China diagnosed and treated local people. (Xinhua/Zhang Jianyong)

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A traditional Chinese medicine practitioner(L) gives acupuncture treatment to a man during a cultural promotion event at the New Zealand Parliament Building in Wellington, New Zealand, June 27, 2019. A traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicked off here at the New Zealand Parliament Building on Thursday. Four traditional Chinese medicine practitioners from Beijing, China diagnosed and treated local people. (Xinhua/Zhang Jianyong)

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