9 February 2017 The GW4: REMEDIATING THE ARCHIVE blog about the Historical Photographs of China project is a general background to the project and its new website. The issue of the discoverability of images on the HPC site is also discussed.
16 January 2017 New year … new platform: Historical Photographs of China formally launches our new web site today. This site now showcases 10,586 images, including 1,400 recently added images from nine new collections. The new collections are: George Atchison, Martin Crossley Evans, Helen Dhoot, Jack Ephgrave (part), David Evans, Lesley Northup, Malcolm Rosholt, Ranjit Singh Sangha, and James Steen. Images have been added to the Miscellaneous, Jamie Carstairs, National Archives and Arthur Fiddament collections.
30 November 2016 The Historical Photographs of China team in Bristol are working towards relaunching the project web site. The redesigned site, with new collections and more content, is due to be formally launched in January 2017.
8 November 2016 Our Man in China: The Diaries. Edward Stourton presents extracts from the extraordinary diaries of Sir Robert Hart, a Victorian diplomat in China. BBC Radio 4.
20 September 2016 A Symposium entitled Through the Lens: Photography in 19th Century China and Japan is to held at the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, Moodie Street, Dunfermline, Scotland, on 7 October 2016.
5 September 2016 This autumn/fall there are exhibitions on photographs by Thomas Child and William Saunders from the Stephan Loewentheil Historical Photography of China Collection. Thomas Child, 22nd September - 25th October, New York. William Saunders, 4th - 12th November, London.