THE LAST TIGERS OF HONG KONG
The Last Tigers of Hong Kong by Jon Saeki. True stories of big cats that stalked Britain’s Chinese colony.
They preyed on pigs, chickens, cattle and deer. They sometimes killed people. They came to Hong Kong most years through to the end of the 1950s, and possibly into the 1960s. As long as there were South China tigers in the wild, Hong Kong saw some of them.
They stopped coming when they were on their way to extinction in their homeland across the border. Not many people know this, and not many people believe it to be true. But it is true, tigers came. And this is the first written history of the Hong Kong tiger.
It was the newest!
HONG KONG TRAVELOGUE
A 64 page illustrated art book written and illustrated by the artist as a celebration and introduction to the rich cultural history and charming stories behind Hong Kong's nostalgic landmarks, small shops and scenes of everyday life.
Author & Illustrator: Natalie Hui