Keith Macgregor documented Hong Kong during the economic boom period from the 70s to the 90s, a time of immense prosperity, social development and general optimism. His works are currently exhibited at Blue Lotus Gallery (Hong Kong) until 18th November 2018.
Born in Berlin in 1925, Hans (Johnny) Schneider worked in China as translator/editor for 'China Pictorial' (Spanish edition) in the 1960s. He left rare photographs of the Mao era.
The pioneering New Zealand photojournalist and photographic educator Tom Hutchins captured Communist China in 1956, which was then closed to most of the world.
The Chinese photographer Wang Shuzhou documented rural China in the late 1970s.
The female French photographer Dominique Darbois captured daily life of 1950s China.
Read an exclusive paper on vernacular photographs taken during the Cultural Revolution in the late 1960s.
The Chinese photographer Wu Yinxian was a visual storyteller, who established his reputation in the mid-1940s by seizing portraits of Mao Zedong.
Discover unique selfies taken by Wang Qiuhang during the Cultural Revolution between 1966 and 1976.
The Shanghai-based photographer Sheila Zhao has been trying to make sense of the innumerable disposed-of candid records she has been unearthing in flea markets.
Fan Ho's "Portrait of Hong Kong": a new photo book released in June 2017 by publisher We Press (Hong Kong)