GPHL’s chairman Li Chuyuan (L2) shared thoughts with world’s tycoons from the pharmaceuticals industry during the Fortune Global Forum in December, 2017.
At citrus reticulata garden in Guangdong Xinhui, Mo Guoqiang, intangible cultural heritage inheritor of Chenliji Pharmaceutical Factory, is picking citrus for making pericarpium citri reticulatae.
Shennong Cottage is a national educational base for traditional Chinese medicine. Three beautiful guides have received over one million visitors.
At Guangzhou General Pharmaceutical Research Institute in Zengcheng District, Guangzhou, a scientist is training a beagle which is the first gene knockout dog in the world.
In Bome of Tibet, the GAP lucid ganoderma base is built by GPHL. A family who work at the base pose for a photo with lucid ganoderma.
In Sichuan Ya’an, He Mei is smiling for the camera in front of Wanglaoji production line which is established by GPHL. On April 20, 2013, an earthquake severely destroyed He Mei’s homeland.
GPHL, with its headquarters located in the cradle of Chinese revolutions in contemporary and modern times, has produced a galaxy of revolutionaries. Wanglaoji Herbal Tea once cured Lin Zexu and Mao Zedong of their diseases, making it a household name.
GPHL is a well-established enterprise with over 400 years of history. It boasts ten century-old subsidiaries, including Chenliji, Zhongyi, Jingxiutang, Caizhilin, Wanglaoji, Xingqun, Qixing, Pangaoshou, Mingxing and Guanghua. Its 12 enterprises have been recognized as China time-honored brand.
Innovation is crucial for future success. With such a belief, GPHL has been active in exploring the blue sea. So far, it possesses eight national research institutes, two post-doctoral research stations, one national technological center, two key high-tech companies supported by the National Torch Plan, etc.