We had several useful discussions with other projects such as those who like Visualising China are offering online collaborative workspaces and share dilemmas about integrating researcher and non-researcher contributions (for example Connected Histories and CEDAR).
We also discussed Visualising China’s website and software plans with Malcolm Raggett, IT Manger at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), in relation to their project to create a Centre for Digital Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Malcolm is very interested in watching how how our project develops and so we are delighted to welcome him on to our project’s Steering Committee.
- A disturbing intimacy: The Private Papers of C. C. A. Kirke
- Jamie Carstairs on Remembering John Thomson in Edinburgh
- Guest blog: Nadine Attewell on Refocusing the Gaze: Leisure, Power, and Women’s Work in Interwar Hong Kong
- HPC: A Change of Pace
- Guest blog: Claire Lowrie on ‘Travelling Servants and Moving Images: A Photographic History of Chinese Domestic Workers’
- Guest blog: The Cercle Sportif Français: Elite cosmopolitanism in Shanghai’s Former French Concession.
- Black and white Hong Kong transformed by ‘OldHKinColour’
- The Five Faces of Dr Walter Medhurst, D.D.
- Shanghai City Wall and Gates
- Visualizing Qing Diplomats in the West
- Ruins of Macau in Historical Photographs of China collection – part three
- Ruins of Macau in Historical Photographs of China collections – part two
- Ruins of Macau in Historical Photographs of China collections – part one
- Guest blog: Visualising china in China: life, labour and loss
- About scratching, they were never wrong, the old masters