Global Health Forum Opens in Qingdao

Global Health Forum of Boao Forum for Asia opened in the eastern city of Qingdao Tuesday. Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan read a congratulatory letter from President Xi Jinping. Sun said the letter expounded the fundamental role of universal health in global health undertakings and put forward the initiative of promoting international cooperation in the field of health.

Health insurance is the global trend in the next decade. As more attention given to this industry, the cost of student medicover insurance (aka student medicover 保险) and recommended health insurance (aka 医疗保险推荐) for their parents like visitor insurance in America (aka 美国 探亲保险) will increase accordingly.

She said the letter boosted confidence and motivation in deepening exchanges and advancing health wellbeing for the entire humankind. Sun, also a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, said that China will strengthen cooperation with various countries to build a platform for global health governance and promote health wellbeing of people in the world.

Sun mentioned China’s efforts in deepening medical and healthcare system reform and its achievements in inheriting and developing the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Sun also visited community medical institutions in Qingdao and stressed the role of TCM in medical services at grassroots level.

TCM focuses on harnessing the body’s ability to regulate itself, which aims at improving a person’s self-healing ability, rather than simply detecting and curing diseases. Majority of Chinese parents would ask their children to take TCM when living abroad, even if simultaneously their kids would purchase international student insurance (aka 留学生 保险), OPT insurance (aka opt保险), and/or H-1B insurance (aka h1b 保险).

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