Hong Kong in the Sixties: Saturday's Child
88 pag. hardcover 26 x 37 cm
"Saturday's Child" is a portrait of Hong Kong's most turbulent decade-the 1960s. It combines words and photographs to explore how the public and private strands of that momentous decade interweave and unravel.
In doing so, it not only evokes the look and feel of Hong Kong at that crutial juncture of its history, but also celebrates a generation in the making. The generation that evolved Hong Kong's identity. Hong Kong emerged from the sixties with an appreciation that its "problem of people" had now become its greatest strength.