Professor Richard Weixing Hu, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Macau, recently attended the Thinkers Forum “Review and Prospects of the 25th Anniversary of Hong Kong’s Return to the Handover” hosted by the China Review Think Tank Foundation and the China Review News Agency. He gave a speech saying that Hong Kong has made great achievements since its return to the motherland. The development achievements are obvious to all and are multifaceted. Not only has Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability been maintained, but it has also found its own development direction and positioning. Hong Kong’s governance system has finally made a breakthrough. While summarizing Hong Kong’s development achievements, Wu pointed out areas worthy of reflection in resolving deep-seated conflicts, national identity and governance issues. He believes that reshaping Hong Kong’s governance structure has only completed the first half. The second half should focus on transforming the administrative bureaucracy and achieving effective governance from the administrative level. Otherwise, efficient and good governance of the SAR government will not be achieved. To this end, he gave specific suggestions on the reform of Hong Kong’s effective governance system and administrative bureaucracy.