Event Highlight | Hong Kong International Medical and Healthcare Fair 2021(27-30 Oct )


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On the first day, Dr. Norman Nai-pang LEUNG (Fifth Left), chairman of The Chinese University of Hong Kong Council; and Dean of Faculty of Engineering, Prof. Martin D.F. WONG (Fourth Left) , visited two CUHK booths in Hong Kong International Medical and Healthcare Fair and International ICT Expo 2021.(Photo: CINTEC)

Organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the HKTDC Hong Kong International Medical and Healthcare Fair 2021 was held during 27-30 October at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).

In having over 160 exhibitors, this fair showcased a wide range of latest medical devices and supplies, including hospital equipment, household medical products, rehabilitation and elderly care, to attract over 10,000 buyers.

To strive for knowledge transfer, 11 dedicated startup companies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong have also participated in this exhibition. Overall, this fair has helped to attract much business opportunities for our startup companies.

Healthcare Fair

Prof. Raymond TONG demonstrated the portable wearable robotic hand for rehabilitation of patients after stroke. The device enables the patients to conduct the training at home and complete activities of daily living (ADL). (Photo: CINTEC)

Healthcare Fair

Members of Prof. Li ZHANG’s team from Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering introduced the automatic infectious pathogens detection system named “QuickCAS” to the guests. (Photo: CINTEC)

Healthcare Fair

Prof. Patrick Ming Kuen TANG (centre) from Department of Anatomical and Cellular Pathology and his team. Their project ”A Novel Virus-Free Anticancer Gene Therapy”, was awarded Gold Medal with Congratulations of the Jury Medal in the International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva 2021.(Photo: CINTEC)

Healthcare Fair

The prototype of project “Intelligent Magnetic Anchored and Guided Endoscope for Minimally Invasive Surgery” was exhibited. Members of Prof. Zheng LI’s research team from Department of Surgery demonstrated the project with the prototype and an anatomical model. (Photo: CINTEC)

More photos of the event can be viewed here at the website of Centre for Innovation and Technology (CINTEC).