Lee Fook Chee’s Hong Kong: Photographs from the 1950s
Includes bibliographical references.. Text in English and Chinese.
Lee Fook Chee’s Hong Kong: Photographs from the 1950sis a remarkable book with many levels of meaning. It tells the story of a lone immigrant photographer and presents his collection of photographs portraying 1950s Hong Kong. A photo book, and of the highest standards at that, it also brings sharp and fresh research into the social history of the place that invites scrutiny on how it compares itself sixty years later. The entire book, its sum greater than its parts, will delight therefore not only photography aficionados but anyone with a serious interest in Hong Kong.