62 Chinese University Bulletin Spring • Summer 2008 Intellectual Cross-currents Chinese Psychologists Gather on Campus O ver 360 scholars from mainland China, Taiwan, Macau, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and the US took part in the Sixth Chinese Psychologist Conference in June, organized by the Department of Psycho- logy at CUHK and co-organized by the Department of Applied Social Studies, the City University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Psychological Society. The conference featured plenary sessions, state-of-the-art sessions, symposia, individual oral presentations and workshops under four categories: cognitive science, education and human development, social and industrial-organizational psychology and psychology and health. The HK ・ Huangdi Neijing Conference T o promote the exchange of knowledge in the seminal medical text Huangdi Neijing among l oc al and non - l oc al s cho lar s , t he 'HK ・ Huangdi Neijing Conference' was organized by the CUHK School of Chinese Medicine on 7 and 8 June. The conference drew over 100 academics and students from the three local Chinese medicine institutes, and scholars and world-renowned Neijing specialists from China, the US, the UK, Japan and Taiwan. The free and highly interactive forum was one of the highlights of the conference. It encouraged liberal argument and expression of opinion on the research and interpretations of Neijing . By pooling minds, new light was expected to be shed on the study of Neijing .