Our Mission

Mission & Vision

Established as a non-profit making organization in Hong Kong in February 2014, we are an academic interest group known as the Asian NBI Group Limited. The group consists of world-class Healthcare Professionals (HCP) in Asia, with the objectives to:


Promote and standardize training of early gastrointestinal cancer diagnosis and therapy in the Asia Pacific region


Develop strategies and action plans for the professional development of endoscopists in the Asia Pacific region


Work with any society, association or person for the purpose of furthering the education effort of the society

In 2016, the group changed its name into The Asian Novel Bio-Imaging and Intervention Group with an aim to include more diversity in the content of the training, ranging from endoscopic diagnosis for early GI cancer to therapeutic endoscopy.

Core Activities
Training & Education programme

In achieving the educational objectives of the societies, the society took a 2-prong approach in Training Beginners through Basic Local Workshops and Equip Experienced Endoscopists to Train Local Beginners through the Train-the-Trainers programme.

In 2020, ANBIIG begins e-learning by offering webinars in different formats for various countries as well as the Webinar Series – Journey to Advancement of Early GI Cancer Management that consists of 15 sessions during July-December.

This programme has been endorsed by various GI societies in the region including…

    • Asian Pacific Society of Digestive Endoscopy (APSDE)
    • Gastroenterological Society of Singapore (GESS)
    • Thai Association of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (TAGE)
    • Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy of India (SGEI)
    • Hong Kong Society of Digestive Endoscopy (HKSDE)

Moving forward the e-learning programme will be blended-learning and self-learning platforms.


Though ANBIIG is not affiliated to any professional society, it seeks to work with any societies or organisations to further the educational effort of the society.

This include running education programme with regional gastroenterology societies, institutes and hospitals. ANBIIG also collaborates with regional groups to organise pre-or post-conference workshops at their regional or local meetings.