Services for mentally ill lacking, conference told The fifth International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health opened in Hong Kong yesterday with more than 1,300 participants from 37 countries. This is the city's first time hosting the conference, which is held every three years. Local programme committee chairman Daniel Wong Fu-keung said about one million Hongkongers suffered from some degree of mental illness. An increasing number of people had been diagnosed with mild degrees of mental illness in recent years, he said, and there were not enough services for patients. More than 700 papers will be presented at the conference, which ends on Thursday. On-street parking halted for museum opening Special traffic arrangements will be in place from 2pm this afternoon for the opening ceremony of the Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum at Kom Tong Hall on Castle Road. Traffic in Mid-Levels, especially on Castle, Seymour, Cain and Robinson roads, was expected to be busy, the Transport Department said, and all on-street parking along Castle and Seymour roads would be suspended from 2pm to 7pm. The department urged people to use public transport or the Central-Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system. Hygiene section to see if toxic soy was sent to city The government is to check with mainland authorities whether toxic soy sauce produced in Beijing has been exported to Hong Kong, the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department said. The reassurance came after reports that a Beijing factory had been found to be making the sauce with toxic ingredients. Hong Kong Food Trades Association vice-president Lee Kwong-lam said Hong Kong rarely imported soy sauce from Beijing because the Guangdong variety tasted much better. Five arrested in Jordan Five men and two women were slightly injured in a scuffle in Jordan at about 5am when a group of three men and a woman crossing Jordan Road at Shanghai Street had a dispute with two men and a woman in a van on Jordan Road. All were treated at hospital hospital. Police arrested five men.