More communication is needed to make Hong Kong a harmonious society, Vice-President Zeng Qinghong said yesterday. Mr Zeng said Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa's administration needed to improve governance. Asked how improvements could be made, he said: 'You just ask the chief executive.' His comments came after Mr Tung delivered a tough critique of his seven-year rule in his policy address, three weeks after President Hu Jintao urged the chief executive to identify his inadequacies. Asked if the central government's relationship with the pro-democracy camp had improved since the Legislative Council election, Mr Zeng, who is in Peru, said: 'Only by more communication can harmony be built and [things] be better.'