In the 1970s, Traditional Chinese Medicine was introduced to the Philippines with overseas Chinese immigrants. Under the continuous efforts of local overseas Chinese, the use and promotion of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture gradually developed. At present, Chinese medicine acupuncture therapy has been included in Philippine medical insurance, in major cities, especially Chinese aggregates, pharmacies and drug stores that sell traditional Chinese medicine, local medicine and acupuncture related associations and open relevant education training courses. However, Philippines is still not systematic, and the clinical application of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine is limited, and there is difficulties in further promotion. In response to this situation, under the support of the International Training Project of the Ministry of Science and Technology, China Medical Practice and Research progress, Professor Zhao Jing, Professor, Chinese Medicine Research Institute, Chinese Medicine, Chinese Medicine, related specialist, medical medicine Research on the development and communication of the Philippines, and write related articles. It is recommended to improve the scope of acupuncture applications by perfection of traditional Chinese medicine education systems, and to promote traditional Chinese medicine characteristics. Techniques promote cooperation between the two countries in the field of traditional Chinese medicine, and promote the dissemination of traditional Chinese medicine culture. Overseas Chinese introduced, \”acupuncture heat\” promotes Chinese medicine development According to the \”Philippine Overseas Chinese History\”, in Quanzhou area moved to the Philippines, pharmacists, doctors and nursing workers, and the Philippine pharmaceutical undertakings play an important role. In the 1970s, overseas Chinese moved to the Philippines, 1581, Manila has \”Tangren Street\” in Overseas Chinese (Parian). A large number of overseas Chinese gathered, so that Chinese medicine began to use in the Philippines. In 1789, the Manila Overseas Chinese Association founded the Chinese Chongren Hospital using Chinese medicine, which has been developed into modern comprehensive hospitals. In 1910, the Chinese medicine industry and the people were invited to the Philippine government, hoping that the Government recognized the legal status of Chinese medicine. In 1917, the Philippine government announced the initial decree on traditional Chinese medicine, which stipulates that the Chinese medicine store must pass the pharmacist examined by the government. In 1922, Philippine Chinese Medicine Association established the \”Traditional Chinese Medicine Association\” (1946 to the Philippine Hospital of Trace); in 1929, the Filipino Society \”; 1961, Philippine Hospital Trade Union founded the Philippines Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine In the 1980s, the Manila China Medical Research Institute was established in the treatment center of Hua Yu Chinese Medicine. There are a large number of overseas Chinese gatherings in Manila, accounting for 58% of the total population of the city. In addition to Manila, there is a number of Chinese medicine stores in cities such as Cebu, Chicane, and Ma Ge. China Philippine has traveled to the Tang Dynasty. In the Ming Dynasty, my country has pepper, cinnamon, cloves, etc. as Chinese herbal medicines and porcelain medicine pots into the Philippines. According to records, 1772, Lu Song Merry Lang Dun, Niu Limeya and other goods shipped to Xiamen, transported back to soil tea, medicinal materials and other goods. As the overseas Chinese gathered in Philippine, traditional Chinese medicine trade has gradually prosperous. According to the relevant literature in 2006, the Chinese herbal medicine in Philippine has reached more than 500 species, compared to Chinese medicine drink, Ancheon Bullhuang Pill,Purple Snow Scattered, Huxiangui, Wuji Bai Feng Pill, etc. Chinese medicine is more popular. Although traditional Chinese medicine can relieve the domestic drug demand, but because the Philippine is not encouraged to use the indigenous drugs in other countries or regions, the sales volume of Chinese medicine in the Philippines market is still limited, and the annual imports are less than 1000 10,000 US dollars, less than 1% of the entire Philippines medicine market. In the mid-1970s, with the rise of \”acupuncture heat\” world, the Philippine government and the people are interested in acupuncture therapy. In 1972, after visiting Chinese needle thorn is drunk, the University of Santo Thomas in Philippines has conducted the first acupuncture anesthetic thyroid surgery and achieved good results. Due to the effective effect of acupuncture therapy, the simple operation is simple, the Government of Poving is urgently needed for economic reasons and the rise in the price of Western drugs, in 1982, the Philippine government acknowledges acupuncture therapy as a medical means for various pain. And asthma treatment, such as headache, joint pain, muscle pain, etc., but stipulates that only Western physicians who have been trained will be operated. After all walks of life, in 1993, the Ministry of Health included acupuncture therapy into the \”traditional plan\” and entered the medical coverage. In 2008, the Philippine Ministry of Health agreed to clarify Chinese medicine and traditional medical persons in China and other countries to obtain acupuncturist licenses. These measures have vigorously promoted the development of acupuncture therapy. As of November 2019, there were nearly 300 acupuncture clinics, and more than 600 registered acupuncturists were registered. A small number of hospitals began to use acupuncture as a treatment, such as the Global Medical Center located in San Luke, set up a special supplementary medical clinic, mainly for patients with acupuncture treatment. Strengthening acupuncture promotion, for high morbid species, in 1993, acupuncture therapy was included in the Philippine medical insurance system as the main Chinese medicine form, providing a good environment for acupuncture therapy. However, the study of acupuncture therapies in the Philippines is more somped to participate in academic activities and short-term training courses to participate in acupuncture and moxibustion associations, and only for professionals with medical background. This limits the popularity of acupuncture therapy to a certain extent. In this regard, Professor Zhao Jing recommends exploring a variety of promotional forms. If the education institution with relevant qualifications is open to continuing education for more medical professionals such as anesthesiologists, psychologists and nurses, and launches the training of the system, and expands local acupuncture technicians. Cultivate; acupuncture academic exchange activities between Chinese Philippine countries; promote translation and publication of acupuncture related books; research and development acupuncture related mobile phone software, and utilize media publicity promotion, including network, television, etc. Continue to spread acupuncture therapy as a focus of traditional Chinese medicine, and further promote the overall development of traditional Chinese medicine. In addition, according to statistics, in the Philippines, diabetes, hypertension, lower respiratory infections, the incidence of diseases, while the environment is humid, hot and waist hurts, peptitis and other patients. Chinese medicine has a good effect on diabetes, dermatitis and other diseases. For example, Chinese medicine has systematically studied systematic research on diabetic diseases, pathogenic treatment and prevention methods, and has established clinical practice guidelines;The local high-income eczema, dermatitis disease, exactlycephals, and effective effect. Therefore, Zhao Jing team believes that first, it can be exchanged with the local Chinese medicine society, introducing China’s mature Chinese medicine control schemes, and adjusts and promotes according to the actual situation of the local people. At the same time, international cooperative research projects can also be carried out with local drugs or botanical pharmaceutical companies, choose the traditional herbs in the two countries, focus on the effects of essential botanical drugs, accelerate the promotion process of traditional Chinese medicine in the Philippines. Moreover, the Philippines has traditional traditional pharmaceutical use and does not exclude the use of herbs, which provide convenient conditions for Chinese medicine in the Philippines. Combined with modern technology, create a new era of convenient Chinese medicine for thousands of people in Qiandao, the geographical environment is complex, and the traffic in remote areas is extremely inconvenient. In the long-term leading, traditional Chinese medicine needs to face consultation, traditional Chinese medicine needs to be cooked, etc., it is not easy to promote . Therefore, Professor Zhao Jing recommends to create a new era of convenient Chinese medicine by combining modern technologies, such as using Internet remote visits, develop traditional Chinese medicine particle preparations. For example, \”China-Philippine TCM Center\” simplifies and improves traditional Chinese medicine traditional hopes, smell, ask, cut diagnosis methods, via video, audio, The questions, electronic pulsation measurements, collect data, generate health management reports, only take more than ten minutes. \”Chinese medicine is a traditional medical culture, but its concept is not old. It is advisable with the times. By combining with modern technology, it can better adapt to the rhythm of modern life, and it is easier to accept.\” Zhao Jing said. At the same time, Zhao Jing team pointed out that the construction of Chinese medicine education system is also necessary to promote traditional Chinese medicine. At present, Philippine has no special Chinese medicine related institutions or formal education institutions, and the number of Chinese medicine related academic organizations is less, and there are not many participants. Most are not active. The relatively weaknesses of Chinese medicine education systems in the Philippines are mainly related to the lack of faculty and funds. In addition, Philippine’s domestic medical personnel’s incomplete recognition of traditional therapies has also affected the development of Chinese medicine education system to a certain extent. my country’s \”One Belt\” initiative is carried out, and there are many opportunities for Chinese medicine education exchanges between China and South Asia. At the same time, the Mid-Phi geographic location is close, the communication is convenient, in addition to many overseas Chinese, these are the foundation for cultivating relevant talents in the promotion of traditional Chinese medicine. Therefore, it can be used to improve the level of Chinese medicine education in cooperation with my country University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the addition of continuing education centers, supplemented by remote teaching, and increase the scale, in order to train more local Chinese medicine, let more local people know, Accept and use Chinese medicine.