This photograph, probably taken at Sheung Wan’s Poor Man’s Night Club’ in the early 1970s, features in an exhibition of images of Hong Kong showing its transformation from the hard times of the post-war years to the 1970s. Photo: Brian Brake courtesy Wai-man Lau
This photograph, probably taken at Sheung Wan’s Poor Man’s Night Club’ in the early 1970s, features in an exhibition of images of Hong Kong showing its transformation from the hard times of the post-war years to the 1970s. Photo: Brian Brake courtesy Wai-man Lau
Photography

Photos of Hong Kong, from hard times after World War II to resurgence in 1960s and ’70s, show city’s incredible transformation

  • Hong Kong’s rise after World War II and the resilience of Hong Kong people are front and centre in the Recovery; Resilience; Resurgence exhibition
  • The photos, taken by Lee Fook Chee, Hedda Morrison and Brian Brake, show the city and its people during a time of great change

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This photograph, probably taken at Sheung Wan’s Poor Man’s Night Club’ in the early 1970s, features in an exhibition of images of Hong Kong showing its transformation from the hard times of the post-war years to the 1970s. Photo: Brian Brake courtesy Wai-man Lau
This photograph, probably taken at Sheung Wan’s Poor Man’s Night Club’ in the early 1970s, features in an exhibition of images of Hong Kong showing its transformation from the hard times of the post-war years to the 1970s. Photo: Brian Brake courtesy Wai-man Lau
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