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A few words from Blacksmith Books.
INTERVIEW WITH PHOTOGRAPHER MARTIN BAILEY

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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.

VISUALISING CHINA
Nicholas Kitto describes the project which culminated in the recent publication of his book.

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST MAGAZINE
When the West went East: photos of China’s treaty ports.

TRADING PLACES: 12 YEARS AND 2,748,010 STEPS LATER
A presentation to the Royal Asiatic Society (Hong Kong Branch).

LIFE THROUGH A LENS
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.

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Nick Kitto 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 Kitto’s father is somewhere amongst those on the ice.