One school, one medicine garden

One School One Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM) Garden

In recent years, the government has been committed to promoting the development of traditional Chinese medicine, and this time the "One School, One Medicine Park" has entered campuses and community centers to promote traditional Chinese medicine culture and Lingnan herbal medicine culture in a more in-depth manner. "One School, One Medicine Garden" recruits various secondary schools to participate in this project, purchase and build Chinese medicine gardens for their campuses, and invites teachers, students and citizens of each school to participate in lectures on Chinese medicine culture, and invites teachers and students of each school to participate in Chinese medicine workshops. It is hoped that through this project, teachers, students and community members can expand their knowledge of Chinese medicine culture, thereby promoting Chinese medicine culture.

Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong

Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (Thei)

Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong

Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (Thei)

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was established by the Vocational Training Council (VTC) in 2012 and is committed to offering innovative and unique degree programs covering Hong Kong’s advantageous industries and meeting the needs of society and industry for talent training. The courses are professionally based and have strong links with industry. Pay equal attention to learning and practice, and encourage students to apply professional knowledge and skills to solve practical problems. The courses focus on internships in local and overseas organizations, allowing students to gain practical work experience.

The courses focus on internships in local and overseas organizations, allowing students to gain practical work experience.

This project is funded by the Chinese Medicine Development Fund

Funding agency:
Funding agency:
The goal of the Chinese Medicine Development Fund is to improve the overall level of the industry, including cultivating needed talents for Chinese medicine hospitals, promoting scientific research related to Chinese medicine, and enhancing public understanding of Chinese medicine. .
For more details, please visit: Chinese Medicine Development Fund website
For more details, please visit: Chinese Medicine Development Fund website

Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine Pharmacy Course

This course aims to provide students with a bachelor's degree in Chinese Medicine Pharmacy to support the manpower needs of the Chinese medicine industry. In addition to strengthening students' knowledge of traditional theory and science, this course also focuses on the skills and technical practice of traditional Chinese medicine, so that students can cope with the complex and modern needs of the traditional Chinese medicine pharmaceutical industry. In addition, students can also develop their analytical skills and critical thinking, allowing them to effectively play supervisory and management roles in their career development.

For more details, please log in: Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Chinese Materia Medica Program Information

Supporting organizations:
The Jockey Club Lo Wai Chinese Medicine Garden (referred to as the Chinese Medicine Garden) is located in Lo Wai Estate (Tsuen Wan) at the southern end of Tai Mo Shan, adjacent to the Shek Wai Kok public housing estate, covering an area of ​​approximately 10,000 square feet. The current site of the Chinese Medicine Garden was once one of the many agricultural lands in the village. With the decline of local agriculture and the development of the area, it was abandoned. The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Lady MacLehose Center (referred to as the Center) has been serving the village for many years and has seen the lack of land in the village. It became a place overgrown with weeds and accumulated garbage, so we actively thought about how to make good use of land resources and improve the village environment, and proposed a Chinese medicine garden plan.
最終於2010年在香港賽馬會慈善信託基金的資助下於開展賽馬會老圍中藥園計劃,本著推廣社區健康的宗旨,成立全港第一個由社會福利機構營運的中草藥園,提供多元化的社區教育活動,以增強社區人士對中藥知識的認知。
想了解更多詳情可登入: 賽馬會老圍中藥園網站

The Jockey Club Lo Wai Chinese Medicine Garden (referred to as the Chinese Medicine Garden) is located in Lo Wai Estate (Tsuen Wan) at the southern end of Tai Mo Shan, adjacent to the Shek Wai Kok public housing estate, covering an area of ​​approximately 10,000 square feet. The current site of the Chinese Medicine Garden was once one of the many agricultural lands in the village. With the decline of local agriculture and the development of the area, it was abandoned. The Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Lady MacLehose Center (referred to as the Center) has been serving the village for many years and has seen the lack of land in the village. It became a place overgrown with weeds and accumulated garbage, so we actively thought about how to make good use of land resources and improve the village environment, and proposed a Chinese medicine garden plan.
最終於2010年在香港賽馬會慈善信託基金的資助下於開展賽馬會老圍中藥園計劃,本著推廣社區健康的宗旨,成立全港第一個由社會福利機構營運的中草藥園,提供多元化的社區教育活動,以增強社區人士對中藥知識的認知。 想了解更多詳情可登入: 賽馬會老圍中藥園網站(http://lwchg.hk/)

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香港高等教育科技學院 (青衣)
地址: 青衣青衣路20A號
電話: 2176 1505
傳真: 2176 1554
電郵: thei-fst@vtc.edu.hkt

This project is funded by the Chinese Medicine Development Fund

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