The delegation was organized by Overseas Chinese Affairs of Guangdong Province and consisted of 50 members of 43 overseas Chinese media units from 28 countries and regions around the world.
The museum, a garden-style building group, contains halls, gardens, mansions and pavilions。 It subtly combines an explanation of TCM history and culture with an attractive plantation of Chinese herbs。
On September 22nd, GPHL erected a statue of Liu Changxiao at the Shennong Caotang Museum in order to raise awareness of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and brain health in wider society。
From August 12th to 17th, 2019, China Pharmaceutical Enterprises Co-operation and Development Organization Summit (CPEO Summit) was held in Bo’ao, Hainan。
GPHL announced the launch of its product line under the brand name of Ci Ning Ji in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao。
GPHL has launched its annual campaign to reclaim expired medicine. For the past 16 years, GPHL has collected expired medicine both online and offline as well.
A list of 2018 China’s Top 100 Pharmaceutical Companies was released on July 15. GPHL ranked first on the list, claiming the top spot for eight consecutive years now.
Randy Schekman, the 2013 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine and the chief scientist of both GPHL and its subsidiary Guangzhou General Pharmaceutical Research Institute Co., Ltd., paid a visit to
GPHL and Yunfu settled a series of cooperative projects at the city of Yunfu on the morning of June 25th, 2019。
On the fifth day of the fifth lunar month (June 7th), known as the Dragon Boat Festival, people visit GPHL’s Shennong Caotang to experience the wormwood culture.
GPHL’s Sangongzai Paradise officially opened to the public at the Shennong Caotang Museum on May 25th, providing kids with a place to play around as well as to learn more about TCM.
This year, it will collect expired medicine both on and offline as well, accompanied by a series of activities. What are you waiting for?