(ECNS) -- Daniel Hua, a Chinese American, who has been promoting traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) overseas, was interviewed on China (Gansu) TCM Expo 2018.
"I have engaged in applying approval for TCM entering into the United States since 1992. I have helped lots of big Chinese enterprises. Many of them don't know how to export products to the U.S.," said Hua.
I helped them from the very beginning.From product labels to elements and introductions, all put into proper translation. I helped to make their products reach FDA standards in order to be exported to the U.S." He added.
Daniel Hua came to Gansu for the first time.
He praised less soil pollution in the region.
He said acupuncture, massage and cupping have won many fans in the U.S., including government officials and sports stars.
"Some Chinese enterprises thought the U.S. doesn't accept TCM. In fact, it is open to TCM products only if they get approval from the FDA. Once our TCM products are registered in the system and get their approval, we could export them into the mainstream market of the U.S.," said Hua.
Daniel Hua recalled TCM was effective in helping him recovering from colds when he was a child.
He said he is glad to promote TCM to Americans.
And he believed that the TCM will be more popular in the world.