The paper reports the curriculum reform developmental history in the Hong Kong Special Administration Region since 1997 until 2007 by the multi-perspectives of education quality, learning opportunity, learning diversity, and the centralization of curriculum reform. The paper reveals firstly affirmed Hong Kong's education quality has been improved. Secondly, it reveals a question of fair learning opportunity and the learning equality is satisfied in Hong Kong. Thirdly, for the curriculum development, it reveals the numbers of core curriculum have been limited, however, there are choices of elective subjects and apply learning as well as learning approaches and methods been introduced by the reform. The curriculum reform has the good intention in providing learning diversity and opportunity for our students.
Finally, the paper points out the curriculum reform initiation and implementation must be careful and consider theaffordability of the educators to change.[Copyright of Hong Kong Teachers' Centre Journal is the property of Hong Kong Teachers' Centre at http://www.edb.org.hk/hktc]