At the suggestion of the famous French physicist Mr. Langevin, 54 people, including Hu Gangfu, Li Shuhua, Ye Qisun, Ding Xielin, Rao Yutai, Wu Youxun, Yan Jici, Sabendong, Wang Shoujing, Zhou Peiyuan and Zhao Zhongyao, initiated the meeting. On August 23, 1932, the Chinese Physics Society held its inaugural meeting and the first annual meeting of Chinese Physics at the Tsinghua University Science Museum in Beijing, with a total of more than 70 participants. The conference elected Li Shuhua as the first president, Ye Qisun as the vice president, Wu Youxun as the secretary and Sabendong as the accountant. From 1932 to 1936, five annual meetings were held. Li Shuhua, Ye Qisun, Wu Youxun and Yan Jici successively served as presidents (executive directors). From 1939 to 1944, a total of 6 annual meetings were held. In August 1950, the All-China Conference of Natural Science Workers was held with 25 participants from the Chinese Physics Society. Since then, the Society has accepted the leadership of the All-China Federation of Natural Science Specialized Societies (predecessor of the China Association for Science and Technology). In March 1951, it was approved and registered by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Central People's Government and resumed its activities. In August, the first National Congress of Members was held in Beijing, and Zhou Peiyuan was elected chairman. After the establishment of the China Association for Science and Technology in 1958, the Society became its group member. The society is located in Beijing. Its previous directors are: Li Shuhua, Ye Qisun, Wu Youxun, Yan Jici, Zhou Peiyuan, Qian Sanqiang, Huang Kun, Feng Duan, Chen Jiaer, Yang Guozhen and Zhan Wenlong. Currently, it is the 11th Council.