Hong Kong industrialist, hotelier and philanthropist Lord Lawrence Kadoorie is known for the key role he played in the development of Hong Kong.
But he was also a keen amateur photographer, and regularly carried a camera with him as he went about daily life.
To mark its 10th anniversary, the Hong Kong Heritage Project has put together a collection of previously unpublished photographs showing Hong Kong life in the 50s taken by Kadoorie.
The photographs capture daily life and changing landscapes as the city underwent a period of rapid social and economic development after World War II.
The Eye on Hong Kong exhibition will be held at Hong Kong City Hall from September 28 to October 4.