A photo of a confrontation between police and demonstrators in Hong Kong in 1967, one of the many images from the collection of photojournalist Frank Fischbeck appearing in the University of Hong Kong’s online exhibition. Photo: courtesy The University of Hong Kong Libraries A photo of a confrontation between police and demonstrators in Hong Kong in 1967, one of the many images from the collection of photojournalist Frank Fischbeck appearing in the University of Hong Kong’s online exhibition. Photo: courtesy The University of Hong Kong Libraries
A photo of a confrontation between police and demonstrators in Hong Kong in 1967, one of the many images from the collection of photojournalist Frank Fischbeck appearing in the University of Hong Kong’s online exhibition. Photo: courtesy The University of Hong Kong Libraries
Photography

Old photos of Hong Kong show the historic events that made it the city it is today

  • The University of Hong Kong’s online photo exhibition charts the city’s history as a British colony, including the Japanese occupation and the 1967 riots
  • In a separate show at the Foreign Correspondents Club, American engineer Nick DeWolf’s meticulously captured images focus on scenes of daily life

Topic |   Photography
A photo of a confrontation between police and demonstrators in Hong Kong in 1967, one of the many images from the collection of photojournalist Frank Fischbeck appearing in the University of Hong Kong’s online exhibition. Photo: courtesy The University of Hong Kong Libraries A photo of a confrontation between police and demonstrators in Hong Kong in 1967, one of the many images from the collection of photojournalist Frank Fischbeck appearing in the University of Hong Kong’s online exhibition. Photo: courtesy The University of Hong Kong Libraries
A photo of a confrontation between police and demonstrators in Hong Kong in 1967, one of the many images from the collection of photojournalist Frank Fischbeck appearing in the University of Hong Kong’s online exhibition. Photo: courtesy The University of Hong Kong Libraries
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