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招璞君是香港歷史學家，擁有劍橋大學格頓學院博士學位。她曾於香港中文大學及香港大學任教。她致力研究教會學校歷史和香港人文故事，為此細讀歷史檔案，此外並廣泛搜羅口述歷史和昔日相片作資源材料。招璞君曾為「香港記憶」網站提供資料，2013年撰著A History of the Grant Schools Council: Vision, Mission, and Transformation一書。 艾思滔是攝影家、作家和出版人。原籍澳洲的他在香港長大，後往英國求學，畢業於牛津大學馬達連學院，先後撰寫五本以澳洲為素材的著作。1993年他重回香港定居，撰寫了《山水有情》一書，收錄個人攝影作品。這本訴說人與大自然關係的刊物廣獲好評。艾思滔其後並出版多本香港自然風景書籍。2005年出版《逝影留踪》後，他與多位聯合創辦人成立歷史遺珍攝影基金會。 Edward Stokes is a photographer, writer and publisher. An Australian, he grew up in Hong Kong. He studied at Magdalen College, Oxford. Edward later completed five photo-led books on Australian history and exploration. He returned to Hong Kong in 1993, to photograph and write Hong Kong's Wild Places, an acclaimed account of 'man' and 'land'. He later completed other books on the local landscape. After the 2005 publication of Hedda Morrison's Hong Kong, together with others he established The Photographic Heritage Foundation. The Photographic Heritage Foundation, a not-for-profit body, publishes little-known historical photographs of Asia, and contemporary images of urban landscapes and nature settings. Patricia Chiu is a Hong Kong historian. She obtained her doctorate at Girton College, the University of Cambridge. Patricia has taught at the Chinese University of Cambridge. Patricia has taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong, where she is an Honorary Institute Fellow at the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences. For her research uncovering the histories of mission schools, and the life stories of women and men from all walks of life, besides archival documentary materials she has also widely consulted oral history and photographic sources. She contributes to the Hong Kong Memory website, and is the author of A History of the Grant Schools Council: Vision, Mission, and Transformation, published in 2013.
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