To celebrate the 170th Anniversary of TWGHs Man Mo Temple, TWGHs has invited renowned heritage photographer Nicholas Kitto to take the photographs of the temple for a photo album, and give public a better understanding of architectural design, decoration, statue of god, plaques and couplets of Man Mo Temple. Through portrays and photos, they embody the virtuosity from traditional craftsman and the traditional culture of ritual, to raise the awareness of preservation of Hong Kong Heritages. All sales of the photo album will be donated to the charitable services of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. Through purchasing the photo album, you can admire the beauty of the monuments as well as helping the needy.
About the Photographer:
The photographer, Nicholas Kitto, spent thirty-five years in the accounting profession before retiring from an international accounting practice at the end of 2007 so as to devote himself entirely to photography, a passion, indeed an obsession, since an early age.
Also, a landscape and wildlife photographer, Nick specializes in photographing historical buildings, especially those located in the Greater China Region. He is enrolled as a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. Nick undertakes photography projects on behalf of government bodies, non-government organizations and educational establishments on a no-fee basis. He supports the Photographic Heritage Foundation in Hong Kong and establishes a regular grant for photography projects in the Greater China Region under The Luminous Endowment for Photographers.
Photographer: Nicholas Kitto
Publication: TWGHs Community Services Division
*Any color and size difference varies from the product photo. The standard object is displayed on the TWGHs temple.
*All profits generated from the sales will be allocated to TWGHs services for charities.