Dr. Zhihe Wang, a former member of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, received his Master’s Degree in Western Philosophy from Peking University, China, his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Religion from Claremont Graduate University, USA, and is a leading figure in constructive postmodern movement in China. He has published numerous books and more than 160 articles. His recent books include Process and Pluralism: Chinese Thought on the Harmony of Diversity, Second Enlightenment (with Meijun Fan). He also helped establish more than 30 research institutes on process thought and constructive postmodern studies in China. As co-director of CPS China Project, his major responsibility is to charge the communication between the Western Process community and Chinese community by organizing international conferences, arranging lectures, translating process books, and Chinese visiting scholar program.