Picturing Hong Kong

A contemporary record of the landscape, architecture and people

Picturing Hong Kong

Author: Roberta Wue

Publisher: George Braziller

ISBN: 9780807614242

Page: 144

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In Edwin K. Lai's The Beginnings of Hong Kong Photography, the origins of commercial photography are reconstructed from newspaper advertisements, diary entries, and other contemporary documents."--Jacket.

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