Professoriate Staff

Dr Lei LI
Associate Professor,
School of Chinese Medicine,
Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine,
The University of Hong Kong
  • School of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong, 10 Sassoon Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
  • (852) 3917 6424
  • (852) 2872 5476
  • llie@hku.hk
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1986 - 1989 PhD (Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China)
1983 - 1986 MMed (Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China)
1978 - 1983 BMed (Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China)
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
2003 Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of Hong Kong (No.004247)
1999 Qualification Certificate for Doctor of People’s Republic of China
1995 Qualification Certificate for Teacher of Higher Education of People’s Republic of China
POSITIONS HELD
2006 - Present Associate Professor (2015), Assistant Professor (2006), School of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong
2000 - 2006 Associate Professor (2004), Visiting Associate Professor (2002), Visiting Assistant Professor (2000), Division of Chinese Medicine, School of Professional and Continuing Education, The University of Hong Kong
1989 - 2000 Research Fellow (1998), Associate Professor (1991), Lecturer (1989), Department of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
CLINICAL SPECIALITY

Having practiced Chinese Medicine for more than thirty years, the clinical specialities are comprehensive acupuncture treatment of geriatrics, postpartum diseases, pediatric diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, various soft tissue injuries and pain disorders.

TEACHING COURSES

Courses taught include: "History of Chinese Medicine", "Introduction to Chinese Philosophy", "Introduction to Chinese Culture", "Classical Literature of Traditional Chinese Medicine ", "Foundation Theories of Chinese Medicine", "The Research for Foundation Theories of Chinese Medicine", “Selected Readings for the Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic”, “Schools of Thought of Chinese Medicine”, “Classic Literature of Chinese Medicine”, “Selected Case Study in Chinese Medicine”, “Research Methodology in Chinese Medicine”, “Dissertation Writing”, “History of Acupuncture”, “Foundation of Acupuncture”, “Acupuncture and Moxibustion”, “Meridians and Collaterals”, “Acupoints”, “Manipulative Techniques in Acupuncture and Moxibustion”, “Selected Readings for Acupuncture Classics” “Various Schools of Acupuncture”, “Applied Acupuncture Point Location”, “Selected Readings for the Spiritual Pivot”, “Classic Literature in Acupuncture”, “Midnight-midday Ebb-Flow and Eight Methods of Intelligent Turtle”, “Traditional Time-acupuncture Methodology”, “Selections of Acupuncture & Moxibustion Poems”, “Therapeutics in Acupuncture and Moxibustion”, “Foundation of Zhongguotuina”, “Therapeutics in Zhongguotuina”, “Pediatric Therapeutics in Zhongguotuina”, “Medical Informatics”, “Traditional Chinese Medicine Informatics”, “Chronomedicine”, “Introduction of Qigong”, “Rhythm and Poetry Writing”, “Introduction to Zhouyi”, “Zhouyi and Traditional Chinese Medicine”.

RESEARCH AREA

Engaged in the research work mainly for the ancient literature of Chinese medicine, the Chinese medicine culture and Acupuncture Chronotherapeutics.

PUBLICATIONS
Books and chapters published (Total 45)

    1)  Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei, Li Jie. Strange Prescription Book & Longevity Book (Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 296 Pages. Wuhan: Hubei Science & Technology Publishing House, 2020.
    2)  Li Lei. Various Annotations for “Biaoyoufu” [M]. 140 Pages. Wuhan: Hubei Science & Technology Publishing House, 2019.
    3)  Li Lei, Clara W. C. Chan, Lo Kwaiching, et. Handbook of Paediatric Tuina for Easier Bowel Movement (Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 81 Pages. Hong Kong: Yan Chai Hospital Social Services Department & School of Chinese Medicine of HKU. 2019.
    4)  Wang Jing, Li Lei, Huang An, et. Ancient Literature on Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Textbook for National Higher Medical University and College) [M]. 229 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific & Technical Publishers, 2017.
    5)  Li Lei, Clara W. C. Chan, Lo Kwaiching, et. Handbook of Comfy Acupressure for the Elderly (Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 90 Pages. Hong Kong: Yan Chai Hospital Social Services Department & School of Chinese Medicine of HKU. 2016.
    6)  Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Tao of Changes and Tao of Medicine(Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 353 Pages. Hong Kong: Linlan Chinese Medicine Culture Co. Ltd. 2016.
    7)  Li Lei, Li Jie. Shennong's Classic of Materia Medica, General Treatise on Febrile Diseases & Circulating and Exact Epplicable Prescription (Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 349 Pages. Wuhan. Hubei Science & Technology Publishing House, 2016.
    8)  Li Lei. He Ruoyu, Yan Mingguang, Dou Mo, Xu Feng[M]. In: Gao Xiyan, Tian Yuefeng, eds. Various Schools of Acupuncture (Planning Textbook for National Higher Medical University and College). Beijing: China Press of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2016:123-133,160-164.
    9)  Li Lei. History of Chinese Medicine Culture (Supported by Shanghai Cultural Development Foundation Publishing Special Fund and the HKU Knowledge Exchange Fund granted by the University Grants Committe) [M]. 246 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific & Technical Publishers, 2015.
    10)  Li Lei. The Truth of Medical Knowledge (Supported by Shanghai Science and Technology Monograph Publication Fund) [M]. 221 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific & Technical Publishers, 2014.
    11)  Li Lei. Chronotherapeutics of Acupuncture & Moxibustion (Revised version, revised version in hardcover, revised in traditional Chinese version, revised in traditional Chinese version and hardcover) [M]. 452 Pages. Taiyuan: Shanxi Science & Technology Publishing House, 2014.
    12)  Li Lei. Exegesis of “Zhou Yi” (Simplified Chinese version, simplified Chinese version in hardcover, traditional Chinese version, traditional Chinese version in hardcover) [M]. 301 Pages. Taiyuan: Shanxi Science & Technology Publishing House, 2014.
    13)  Li Lei. Applied Acupuncture Point Location (Simplified Chinese version, simplified Chinese version in hardcover, traditional Chinese version, traditional Chinese version in hardcover) [M]. 448 Pages. Taiyuan: Shanxi Science & Technology Publishing House, 2014.
    14)  Li Lei. Emendations and Scholiumes on “Classic of Acupuncture & Moxibustion on Midnight-noon Ebb-flow”(Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 213 Pages. Hong Kong: Linlan Chinese Medicine Culture Co. Ltd. 2014.
    15)  Li Lei. Annotations of Classificatory Cases in Chinese Medicine[M]. 598 Pages. Taiyuan: Shanxi Science & Technology Publishing House, 2012.
    16)  Li Lei. Acupuncture Key Excerpts from “The Yellow Emperor's Canon of Medicine” and “The Classic on Medical Problems”[M]. 775 Pages. Taiyuan: Shanxi Science & Technology Publishing House, 2012.
    17)  Li Lei. Emendations and Scholiumes on “Catechism of Acupuncture and Moxibustion”[M]. 355 Pages. Taiyuan: Shanxi Science & Technology Publishing House, 2011.
    18)  Li Lei. All Aspects of Taking Traditional Chinese Medicine[M]. In: LKS Faculty of Medicine, ed. City Health Encyclopedia (Section two). Hong Kong: Metro Publishing HK Ltd., 2011:124-126.
    19)  Li Lei. Chaunts and Odes of Acupuncture and Moxibustion (Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 298 Pages. Hong Kong: Kai Education Publishing Co. Ltd. 2009.
    20)  Li Lei. I Am a Crazy Traveller - Two Poems of Li Lei’s Ci-poetry[M]. In: Li Ding, ed. An Anthology of Poetry for Medical Faculty. Shanghai: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Publisher, 2009:78-81.
    21)  Li Lei. Traditional Time-acupuncture Methodology (Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 196 Pages. Hong Kong: Kai Education Publishing Co. Ltd. 2008.
    22)  Li Lei. Instructional Book of “Zhou Yi” (Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 300 Pages. Hong Kong: Kai Education Publishing Co. Ltd. 2007.
    23)  Li Lei. Acupuncture and Moxibustion Proved Recipe for One Point(Traditional Chinese version) [M]. 266 Pages. Hong Kong: Kai Education Publishing Co. Ltd. 2007.

    24)  Li Lei. Treatment for Prolapse of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc, Rehabilitation Principles for Sequela of Apoplexy, Doctor should Be Carefully Chosen, etc[M]. In: Chinese Medicine Division of HKUSPACE, ed. Talk on Health Tips by Chinese Medicine Professor. Hong Kong: Ming Pao Press. 2006:143-148, 152-153, 156-173.
    25)  Li Lei. The Size of the Point[C]. In: The Minister of Health of the People's Republic of China, et al, eds. Traditional Chinese Medicine Development and Modern Science & Technology. Chendou: Sichuan Publisheing House of Scientific & Technical Publishers, 2005:242.
    26)  Li Lei. Miscellaneous Discussion on Traditional Chinese Medicine[M]. In: Wei Ming, He Shaoqi, eds. Collectanea of Chinese Medicine Lecture. Hong Kong: Ming Bao Press, 2005:300-314.
    27)  Li Lei, Li Jie, Liu Shimin, et al. Experimental Study on the Close Time Intervals of Xu Feng’s Na-jia Method with the Open Acupoints of Na-zi Method[C]. In: The Minister of Health of the People's Republic of China, et al, eds. Traditional Medicine and People’s Health. Beijing: China Press of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2004:95,437-438.
    28)  Li Lei. Midnight-noon Ebb-flow and Chronotherapeutics of Acupuncture (Chapter 10) [M]. In: Xian Lijian, ed. Biological Rhythm and Chronomedicine. Zhengzhou: Zhengzhou University Press. 2003:263-294.
    29)  Li Lei. The Research and Applied on Na-jia Method of Midnight-noon Ebb-flow ( Second-class Award of the 14th Session of the Excellent Science and Technology Book in East Region of China) [M]. 263 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific & Technical Publishers, 2000.

    30)  Li Ding, Wang Ruizhen, Li Lei. Combined Commentary of “Classic of Acupuncture and Moxibustion on Midnight-noon Ebb-flow” and “Enchiridion of Classic of Acupuncture and Moxibustion”[M]. 361 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific & Technical Publishers, 1998.
    31)  Li Lei. Clinical and Experimental Studies on Midnight-noon Ebb-flow[M]. In: Chen Hanping, ed. Research Advances of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific & Technological Literature Publishing House, 1997:175-179.
    32)  Li Lei. Clinical and Experimental Studies of Acupuncture and Moxibustion at Different Time[M]. In: Postgraduate Department of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, ed. Selection of Doctoral Dissertation in Chinese Medicine. Shanghai: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Publisher, 1996: 14-16.
    33)  Li Lei. Selections of Acupuncture & Moxibustion Poems[M]. 146 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Publisher, 1996.
    34)  Li Lei. Research on Chronotherapeutics of Acupuncture and Moxibustion[M]. In: Shi Qi, ed. Almanac of China Traditional Chinese Medicine. Beijing: People Health Publisher, I996:287-288.
    35)  Li Lei. Research on Chronotherapeutics of Acupuncture and Moxibustion[M]. In: Shi Qi, ed. Almanac of China Traditional Chinese Medicine. Beijing: People Health Publisher, 1995:264-266.
    36)  Li Lei. Research on Midnight-noon Ebb-flow, Acupuncture Treatment and Research on Coronary Heart Disease[M]. In: Chen Hanping, ed. The Applied and Research Series of Modern Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture & Moxibustion Volume). Shanghai: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Publisher, 1995:166-174, 203-206.
    37)  Li Lei. Chronotherapeutics of Acupuncture & Moxibustion (Second-class Award of the Excellent Science and Technology Book of the Ten North Provinces in 1994) [M]. 161 Pages. Taiyuan: Shanxi Science & Technology Publishing House, 1994.
    38)  Li Lei. Chronotherapeutics of Acupuncture & Moxibustion(Chapter 9) [M]. In: He Shaoxiong, ed. Chronopharmacology & Chronotherapeutics. Tianjin: Tianjin Science & Technology Press, 1994:286-313.
    39)  Li Lei. Acupuncture & Moxibustion Proved Recipe for One Point[M]. 122 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Publisher, 1994.
    40)  Li Lei. Research on Chronotherapeutics of Acupuncture and Moxibustion[M]. In: Shi Qi, ed. Almanac of China Traditional Chinese Medicine. Beijing: People Health Publisher, 1994:205-206.
    41)  Li Lei, Chen Hanping, Xi Yongjiang. The Influence of Electro-acupuncture at Neiguan and Five Shu Points of the Twelve Regular Meridians at Different Time on STIs of Normal Young Adults (The Excellent Paper award) [C]. In: National Natural Science Foundation of China, ed. Abstracts of First Youth C onference of Biological Science of National Natural Science Foundation of China. Beijing: Chinese Agriculture Science & Technology Publisher, 1993:168.
    42)  Li Lei. Acupuncture on Vomiting of Pregnancy, Malposition of Fetus, Dystocia Due to Abnormal Uterine Action[M]. In: Qiu Peiran, Chen Hanping, eds. A New Classic of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific & Technical Publishers, 1992:723-728.
    43)  Li Lei. The Recent Developments of Research on Midnight-noon Ebb-flow [M]. In: Zhang Bona, ed. Almanac of China Traditional Chinese Medicine. Beijing: People Health Publisher, 1989:253-254.
    44)  Li Lei, Xi Depei. Good at Choosing Conception and Governor Vessels for Treatment and Taking Venesection for Blood Silt up - Xi Yongjiang’s Clinical Experience[M]. In: Chen Youbang, Deng Liangyue, eds. Essence of Treatment of Acupuncture & Moxibustion in Modren China. Tianjin: Tianjin Science & Technology Press, 1988:372-375.

    45)  Li Ding, Li Lei. Classic of Acupuncture & Moxibustion on Midnight-noon Ebb-flow[M]. 136 Pages. Shanghai: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Publisher, 1986.
Journal papers published (Total 187)

    1)  Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Brief Analysis of Tianjiu Therapy in Sanfu Days [J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2020, 2: 90-92.
    2)  Li Lei. Taiji Theory and Health Preservation [J]. Chinese Medical Culture, 2017, Volume 2: 38-44.
    3)  Li Lei. On the Positioning of the Scalp Needle Stimulation Areas [J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine,  2017, 6(4), 183-185.
    http://www.hanspub.org/journal/tcm
    4)  Liu Chien Pang, Chang Ya Ching, Lo Kwai Ching, Li Lei*. Clinical Study of Infantile Massage Combined with Acupuncture for Autism [J]. New Chinese Medicine, 2017, 49(8):122-125.
    5)  Wong Yiulin, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei*. Clinical Research Progress of Aacupuncture and Moxibustion Therapy in the Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis [J]. Global Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2017, 10(7):793-798.
    6)  Yangyang Tan, Kwaiching Lo, Waiho Tse, Clara Waichung Chan, Kimshing Lau, Stacey S. Cherny, Lixing Lao, Lei Li*. Three Courses of Tianjiu Therapy in Sanfu Days for Chronic Asthma: A Clinic Efficacy Observation Trail [J]. Chinese Medicine, 2017, 8: 43-71. http://www.scirp.org/journal/cm
    7)  Clara W. C. Chan, Pui Hing Chau, Angela Y. M. Leung, Kwai Ching Lo, Huafeng Shi, Tin Pui Yum5, Yeuk Yiu Lee, Lei Li*. Acupressure for Frail Older People in Community Dwellings—a Randomised Controlled Trial [J]. Age and Ageing, 2017; 0: 1–8. doi: 10.1093/ageing/afx050 https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afx050
    8)  Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Thought of Unity of Nature and Human Being in Meridian Theories. Forum on Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2017, 32(1):10-11.
    9)  Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Harmonious view of Traditional Chinese Medicine Theories [J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2016, 5(4): 137-140.
    10) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Influence of the Thought of Changes in Zhouyi on Chinese Medicine Theories [J]. Chinese Traditional Culture, 2016, 4(4), 55-59.
    11) Wong Yiulin, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Clinical Research Progress of Acupuncture Therapy in the Treatment of Dementia [J]. Guangming Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2016, 31(20): 3055-3058.
    12) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Thinking Mode of Zhouyi Philosophy in Five Evolutive Phases and Six Climatic Factors [J]. Chinese Traditional Culture, 2016, 4(3), 27-32.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/cnc.2016.43004
    13) Wong Yiulin, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Clinical Research Progress of Acupuncture Therapy Applied to Flexor Tendon Tenosynovitis[J]. Guangming Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2016, 31(14):2136-2139.
    14) Wong Yiulin, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Clinical Research Progress of Acupuncture Therapy Applied to Primary Dysmenorrhea [J]. Global Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2016, 9(5):631-635.
    15) Li-Bing Zhu, Wei Zhang, Vivian Wong, Ziea Eric, Li-Xing Lao, Kwai-Ching Lo,Wai-Chung Chan, To Yau and Lei Li*. Randomized trial of acupoints herbal patching in Sanfu Days for asthma in clinical remission stage[J]. Clinical and Translational Medicine.2016, 5:5. DOI: 10.1186/s40169-016-0084-7
    http://www.clintransmed.com/content/5/1/5
    16) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Influence of the Holistic view in "The Book of Changes" on Traditional Chinese Medicine Theories [J]. Forum on Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2016,31(2):60-61.
    17) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Thinking Mode of ZhouYi Study in Traditional Time-varied Acupuncture[J]. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicinal Literature, 2016, 34(1):1-4.
    18) Lei Li*, Clara W. C. Chan, Kwai Ching Lo. Differential Insertion Depths of Filiform Needle, Concept and Application [J].Chinese Medicine, 2015, 6, 196-203.
    http://www.scirp.org/journal/cm
    19) Li Lei. Inner Alchemy Practice and Traditional Chinese Medicine[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2015, 4(4), 77-80.
    20) Li Lei. Seeking Luck, Avoiding Calamity, and Choosing Time for Acupuncture: Impact of Nine-palaces and Eight-winds Theory on Traditional Time-acupuncture Methodology[J]. Chinese Traditional Culture, 2015. 3: 7-10. Published Online June 2015 in Hans. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/cnc.2015.32002
    21) Zhu Libing, Lo Kwaiching, LI Lei, et al. Review of Clinical Research for Tian Jiu Therapy on Asthma[J]. China Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2015, 30(6):34-37.
    22) Clara W C CHAN, Sau Chun LEE, Kwai Ching LO, Hei Kiu WONG, Lei LI*. Tian Jiu Therapy for the Treatment of Asthma in Adult Patients: A Meta-Analysis [J]. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Volume 21, Number 4, 2015, pp. 200–207. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. DOI: 10.1089/acm.2014.0009.
    23) LiBing Zhu, Wei Zhang, Vivian Wong, Ziea Eric, KwaiChing Lo, WaiChung Chan, To Yau, Lei Li*. Two Years versus One Year of Tianjiu Therapy in Sanfu Days for Chronic Asthma: A Clinical Efficacy Observation Trial[J]. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol. 2014, Article ID 807598, 9 pages, 2014. doi:10.1155/2014/807598.
    24) Zhu Libing, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Analysis of Factors Influencing Tian Jiu Therapy on Asthma[J]. Guangming Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2014, 29(8):1794-1796. 
    25) Libing Zhu, WaiChung Chan, Kwai Ching Lo, Tin Pui Yum, Lei Li*. Wrist-Ankle Acupuncture for the Treatment of Pain Symptoms: A systematic Review and Meta-analysis[J]. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014. Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 261709, 9 pages.
    http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2014/261709/
    26) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Dyndrome Differentiation of Six Channels Theory with Dyndrome Differentiation of Three-Yin and Three-Yang Theory[J]. Guangming Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2014, 29(5):915-917.
    27) Li Lei, Ching Wo Tung, Kwai Ching Lo. The Origin of Meridians[J]. Chinese Medicine, 2014, (5):71-74.
    28) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Tao of Changes and Tao of Medicine-The Influence of the Philosophy of “Concept of Time and Space” in Zhou Yi on the Theories Development of Chinese Medicine[J]. Journal Beijing University of Chemical Technology (Social Sciences Edition), 2014, 85(1):58-63.
    29) Li Lei. A Systematic Review of Experimental Studies on Midnight-Noon Ebb-Flow Acupuncture[J]. China Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy, 2014, 29(3):816-819
    30) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Discussing the Thinking of Yi-ology on the Burn and Plain Cool Methods in Acupuncture Manipulation[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2014, 9(1):69-70.
    31) Zhu Libing, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei, et al. The Clinical Research Progress of Tian Jiu Therapy for Infantile Bronchial Asthma[J]. Hunan Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013, 29(12):159-160.
    32) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Visceral Manifestation Theory and Concept of Natural Law[J]. Henan Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013, 33(11):1836-1837.

    33) Liu Jianbang, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei*. Clinical Research Progress of Pediatric Massage Therapy Applied to Infantile Constipation[J]. Chinese Manipulation & Rehabilitation Medicine, 2013,4(9):54-58.
    34) Zhu Libing, Lei Li. Different View on the Function of Gallbladder [J]. Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine, 2013, 9(8):60-61.
    35) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. A Study of the Ministerial Fire[J]. Forum on Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013,28(6):11-12.
    36) Li Lei. On the Impact of the Pre-Qin Military Science to the Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine[J]. Forum On Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013,28(5):51.
    37) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Discussing the Cultural Connotation of Channels and Collaterals Theory[J]. Journal of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Social Science), 2013, 14(1):12-15.
    38) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Effect of Circulation Idea in Zhou Yi for Meridian Qi and Blood Movement Theory[J]. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicinal Literature, 2013, 31(3):27-28.
    39) Li Lei. The Name Discrimination between “Orthopaedics and Traumatology” and “Traumatology and Orthopaedics” [J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2013, 8(3):9-10.
    40) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Clinical Research Progress of Traditional Time-acupuncture for Treatment of Pain Syndrome[J]. Contemporary Medicine, 2013,(5):625-626.
    41) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Progress of Experimental Study on Acupuncture at Zusanli Acupoint Rhythm Effect [J]. Medical Information, 2013,26(5):668-669.
    42) Shi Huafeng, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Clinical Research Progress of Thumbtack Type Needle Therapy Applied to Pain Disorder[J]. Hunan Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013,29(5):148-149.

    43) Li Lei. Acupuncture Methods of Epidemic Diseases in Lost Chapters of “The Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic”[J]. Forum on Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013,28(3):56-58.
    44) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Humble Treatise on “Skill of the book of Changes and Physician’s Skill[J]. Forum On Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013, 28(2):49-50.

    45) Liu Jianbang, Li Lei. The Clinical Research Progress of Treating Encephalopathy in Children with Chinese Massage[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2013, 8(2):91-94.
    46) Li Lei, Yau To, Yau Chuenheung. How Big is an Acupoint[J]. Chinese Medicine, 2013, 4(1): 32-35.
    47) Wang Yuxing, Li Lei. Discussion on the Ideas of Acupuncture Treatment in Children with ADHD[J]. Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine, 2013,9(1):59-61.
    48) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Discussion on the Acuponts - The Indications of Acuponts and the Differences Between Acuponts and Traditional Chinese Medicine[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2013,12(1):48-49.
    49) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Theory Origin of Six Meridian Syndrome Differentiation System in Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases and Philosophy Thought of Book of Changes [J]. Henan Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013, 33(1): 4-6.
    50) Li Xiuzhen, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Clinical Research Progress in Treating Gastrosis with Na-jia Method, Na-zi Method and the Eight Techniques of Magicturtle[J]. Medical Information, 2013,26(1):323-324.
    51) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Study on the Vital Channel’s Running Route[J]. China Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy, 2013, 28(1):190-192.
    52) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Clinical Research Progress of Acupuncture Treatment on Stroke by Midnight-noon Ebb-flow Methods[J]. Guangming Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2013,28(1):221-223.
    53) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Discussion on the Acuponts - The Size Range of Acuponts[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2012, 11(6):47-48, 66.
    54) Wang Yuxing, Li Lei. The Thoughts of Research on Acupuncture Treatment of Pediatric Autism[J]. Guide of China Medicine, 2012,10(32):68-70.
    55) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Discussion on the Acuponts - The Numbers and Location of Acuponts[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2012, 11(5):43-45.
    56) Zhang Wendi, Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Clinical Research Progress on Na-zi Method of Midnight-noon Ebb-flow[J]. Medicine forefront, 2012,2(24):342-344.
    57) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Discussion on the Acuponts - The Origin, Establishment and Naming of Acuponts[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2012, 11(4):36-38.
    58) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. The Superficial Knowledge of Hong Kong's Traditional Herbal Tea Culture[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2012, 7(4):53-54.
    59) Li Lei. Porridge Can Be Beneficial, Especially in Elderly - Comment on Cao Tingdong’ Porridge Spectrum[J]. Oriental Diet, Therapy and Health Care. 2012, supplement:238-239.
    60) Chen Huizhong, Li Lei. An Analysis on Acceptance Level of Acupuncture between Doctors and Patients with Stroke Sequelae in Hong Kong[J]. World Health Digest Medical Periodieal, 2012,9(39):376-378.
    61) Chen Huizhong, Li Lei. Overview on the Development of Chinese Medicine in Hongkong Health Care Systems[J]. Medicine forefront, 2012,2(17):324-326.
    62) Yau To, Li Lei. The Clinical Research Progress of Acupuncture on Smoking Cessation[J]. Medicine forefront, 2012,2(16):312-315.
    63) Tse Huiwen, Li Lei. The Clinical and Experimental Research Progress on Acupuncture and Moxibustion in Treatment of the Drug Withdrawal Syndrome[J]. Medicine Forefront, 2012,2(15):339-341.
    64) Wang Yuxing, Li Lei. The Study Progress of Acupuncture Treatment of Pediatric Autism[J]. Journal of Pediatrics of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2012,8(2):60-63.
    65) Li Lei, Yau To, Yau Chuenheung. What is the Origin of Acupoint[J]. Journal of Acupuncture and Tuina Science, 2012, 10 (2): 125-127.
    66) Li. Lei, Yau To, Yau Chuenheung. Acupuncture and Needle-Stimulation, Differences in Concepts and Methods[J]. Chinese Medicine, 2012, 3(1): 13-19.
    67) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Discussion on the Principle of Five Shu Points from Characteristics of Shu Point Indications[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2012, 11(1):37-38.  
    68) Wang Yuxing, Li Lei. A Review of Clinical Rresearch on Acupuncture Treatment of Children with ADHD[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2012, 7(1):91-94.
    69) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheun. Culture meaning in Names of “The Yellow Emperor's Internal Classic”, “The Plain Conversation” and “The Spiritual Pivot” [J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2011, 10(6):45-48.
    70) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. The Time of Sui-Reinforcing and Ying-Reducing - Acupuncture Reinforcing and Reducing Methods in “Nine Needles and Twelve Yuan of The Spiritual Pivot” [J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2011, 10(5):36-37.
    71) Yau Chuenheung, Li Lei. The Notions for the Forming of Acupuncture Reinforcing-Reducing Methods[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2011, 6(4):66-67.
    72) Yau To, Li Lei, Zhang Wei. Advance in Clinical Study of Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis with Acupuncture and Moxibustion[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2011, 6(4):74-78, 82.
    73) Yau To, Li Lei. Discussion on the Chinese Edition of the WHO Standard Acupuncture Point Locations in the Western Pacific Region[J]. Journal of Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion, 2011, 31(9):827-830.
    74) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Meaning of Dao Recorded in The Yellow Emperor's Canon of Internal Medicine[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2011, 10(4):34-36.
    75) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. Analyzing Cultural Connotations of Drug Classification in Yellow Emperor's Canon of Internal Medicine Based on Noxious TCM and Innoxious TCM[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2011, 10(2):35-37.
    76) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. New Explanation to Question No. 75 of “The Classic on Medical Problems” [J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2011, 10(1):36-37.
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    79) Lo Kwaiching, Li Lei. Function of Uterus[J]. Guangming Journal of Chinese Medicine, 2010, 25(11):2093-2094.
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    82) Li Lei. Interpretation of “Needling Sensation” (Deqi)[J]. Modernization of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Materia Medica - World Science and Technology , 2010, 12(1):86-88.
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    84) Lim Pingfang, Li Lei. Advance for Clinical Study of Acupuncture Treating Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding in Past Ten Years[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2009, 4(3):77-80.
    85) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. The Main Factors to Impact the Development of Acupuncture Reinforcing-Reducing Methods[J]. Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal, 2009, 8(3):46-49.
    86) Li Lei, Yau Chuenheung. The Change and Development of Acupuncture Reinforcing-Reducing Methods[J]. Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Journal, 2009, 4(2):60-62.
    87) Li Lei. Medicine and Yi Theory Sharing the Same Original or Medicine Originating from Yi Theory[J]. Chinese Medical Culture, 2006, 1(2):25.
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    150)Li Lei. Six Classical Poetry[J]. Youth Literature, 1995, (7):45.
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    155)Li Lei. Treatise on Principles and Methods of Prohibition Acupuncture at Different Time[J]. Shanghai Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1995, (6):26-27.
    156)Li Lei, Chen Hanping, Gu Jie, et al. Effect of Stimulating Neiguan (PC6) and Five Shu Points of the Twelve Meridians by Electric Needle on Systolic Time Interval of Normal Human Body[J]. Journal of Gansu College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1995, 12(1):36-39.
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    158)Li Lei, Chen Hanping, Gu Jie. The Effect of Electrical Acupuncture on STI in Different Sexes[J]. Shanghai Journal of Acupuncture & Moxibustion, 1995, 14(1):21-23.
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