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This exhibition held at a private club in Hong Kong ran from March through August 2022.
A book review from Dutch weblog CHINA2025.NL.
INTERVIEW WITH PHOTOGRAPHER MARTIN BAILEY
PART 1 | PART 2
This is a truly fascinating conversation made especially so by the fact that Nick and his family are a part of the history that he shares in wonderful detail throughout this conversation.
Well over a thousand miles on foot.
Hong Kong photographer Nicholas Kitto is on a remarkable journey to record China’s ‘treaty port’ architecture, while at the same time uncovering his family’s colonial past.
A presentation to the Royal Asiatic Society (Hong Kong Branch).
When the West went East: photos of China’s treaty ports.
Nicholas Kitto describes the project which culminated in the recent publication of his book.
A few words from Blacksmith Books.
Nick outside the Tientsin Country Club, immediately after locating it in December 1997.
Ice-skating on the Tientsin Country Club’s small lake in around 1930. Nick’s father is somewhere amongst those on the ice.