Research on the Changes and Measures of the Central Government of China



Qiang Zhong, Li Meng, Yang Liao

South China Agricultural University, China


On the basis of reviewing Hong Kong's sovereignty and Macao's sovereignty returning to China before and after their sovereignty return to China, the article analyzes the changes in the United Front Work in Hong Kong and Macao since the 16th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and reflected on the success or failure of the United Front Work in Hong Kong and Macao during the post-return period. It discussed the Hong Kong and Macao united front work in the era of comprehensive governance before the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and before the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and proposed from the three dimensions of Hong Kong and Macao, national and international. Do a good job in the new era of Hong Kong and Macao's united front work after the convening of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2017.


2019 is the 41st anniversary of China's reform and opening up, and it is also the year of "adult" and "weak crown" in which Hong Kong has returned to 22 years and Macau has returned to 20 years. To sort out and review the changes in the governance thinking of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (hereinafter referred to as "HKSAR") and the Macao Special Administrative Region (hereinafter referred to as the "MSAR) before and after the return of Hong Kong and Macao sovereignty to China, not only helps to deepen the understanding of the social and ecological changes in the HKSAR and the MSAR, but also helps to promote the integration of the HKSAR and the MSAR with the Chinese mainland in the new era.


Scholars have been paying attention to Hong Kong and Macao society for a long time. In particular, before and after the sovereignty of Hong Kong and Macao returned to China, scholars' research on Hong Kong and Macao society ushered in a new climax. Scholars from Hong Kong and Macao, scholars from mainland China, or scholars from other countries and regions have shown a strong interest in the social changes after the return of Hong Kong and Macao sovereignty to China.


Hong Kong Museum compiled "Hong Kong Historical Materials Collection", Liu Zesheng "Hong Kong Ancient and Modern", Kim Ying He's "Hong Kong History", Xiao Jianguo's "Hong Kong Ancient History", Zhou Yizhi's "Hong Kong Culture", Yang Qi's "An Introduction to Hong Kong", Liu Yongyong, Hong Kong "Talks" and "History of Hong Kong", Yu Shengwu and other editors "Hong Kong in the 19th Century" and "Hong Kong in the 20th Century", Deng Kaijun and other editors "History of Modern Relations between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao", edited by Yao Xiwei, "Going to Hong Kong", Hou Shusen Edited "A Century of Vicissitudes - The Past, Present and Future of Hong Kong" and Li Wei's "Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao History" and so on. The Macao Cultural Affairs Department has edited and published a series of books including the "Macau Cultural Series", "Documents and Review Series" and published more than 100 books. Since its establishment in 1993, the Macao Foundation has also edited and published a series of large-scale books such as "Macau Series", "Macau Forum", "New Macao Forum" and "Macau Translation Series" and "Macau Overview" and "Macau". More than 200 kinds of large-scale books such as Encyclopedia.


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