Since the launch of this website in late 2018, we noticed research activities using the images in this website. It may be a good idea to create more research and learning opportunities by collecting the research output on this page. To this end, the publications can provide more information about the posters, in turn encouraging new analyses with a different perspective.
Tell us the D.O.I or citation for your publication(s) if you have made reference to the images of this website.
Related research publications
- Ellis, J. W. (2017). “You can live like a king …” A postcolonial tour of colonial Hong Kong. Asian & African Studies, Vol. 26 (issue 2), p. 209-232.
- Ellis, J. W. (2018). Pictures of persuasion: Hong Kong’s colonial travel posters. Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.6 (no.9), pp. 12-25.
- Jia, Z. 賈甄 (2020). Creating the subtle image of the “compatriot” 同胞: The People of Taiwan and Hong Kong in Chinese propaganda posters of the Mao Era (1949-1997) in James Farley and Matthew D. Johnson (Ed.) Redefining propaganda in modern China: The Mao era and its legacies (pp. 77-112). Routledge.
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- Grasskamp, A., Lee, W. K., & Wong, S. M. I. (2020). Euro-American Artefacts as Asian Heritage: Lantern Slides of the China Inland Mission at Hong Kong Baptist University Library. In S. Dellmann & F. Kessler (Eds.), A Million Pictures: Magic Lantern Slides in the History of Learning (pp. 89–102). Indiana University Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv14rmqjp.12
- Kishi, T., Chu, C. Y. & Wong, S. M. I. (2020). Images of Macau: East-West exchange and the Derwent Collection. 勉誠出版株式会社.
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- Ireland, D. R. & Li, D. (2022). Lift high the Cross: the visual message of popular Chinese Christianity. International Bulletin of Mission Research, Vol. 46(4), p.474-491. https://doi.org/10.1177/23969393221097624