The Asia-Pacific Association for Gynecologic Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Therapy signifies over 15 associations in the gynecologic stream worldwide. APAGE provides various scientific and educational activities for doctors; for example, workshops meant for Laparoscopic Gynecologic Oncology Surgery & Hands-on Animal Workshop, Single Incision Surgery and Robotic Surgery. The APAGE Annual Congress is also the major gynecologic meeting in the Asia-Pacific region. It also holds congresses in conjunction with its allied societies, which are increasing popularly within this region. From 2012, APAGE its official journal, Gynecology and Minimally Invasive Therapy, for presenting doctors in this region as a choice to share their latest academic research achievements.
APAGE was officially established in 2003 by set of committed endoscopists from the Asia-Pacific region (Joo-Hyun Nam, Bao-Liang Lin , Pong Mo Yuen , Chyi-Long Lee, Lee Keen Whye, Felix Wong, C.Y. Liu, Prashant Mangeshikar), who identified the need to share research achievements and additional professional training in gynecological endoscopy. APAGE also organizes events to promote the educational exchanges among hospitals and countries; more than 50 doctors have done with the teaching course of APAGE. In addition, it has six training centers in the Asia-Pacific region for all the doctors to have more chances obtain and share the most present information and the latest skills. It has started it Annual Congress since 2004 and launched its Laparoscopic.