Life in Hong Kong in 1969 Part I

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*The first version was sold out. This is a second, enhanced version with better images editing*

Don't we all love Hong Kong! Many of us are interested to see how people lived in Hong Kong back in 1969, exactly 50 years ago.

Redge Solley who had worked for the HK Government Information Service for 20 years has 400 films with photos that he took back in 1969 which have never been previously released until now. Mr. Solley was also Hong Kong stamps designer.

This 'Life in Hong Kong in 1969' photo book is a limited edition, A4 size, hard cover wrapped with cloth, 120 pages with 110 precious photos taken in 1969. Mr. Solley had taken series of old houses, markets, sailors, rickshaws, trams, buses, public estates, fishing villages, Wanchai, Central, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui...

The forewords are written by Mr Lam Chiu Ying, Former HK Observatory; Mr Cheng Po Hung, Advisor of the HK Museum of History; Mr Cheung Shun Kwong, President of the HK Collectors Society.

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