A new album titled "The City of Flowers" from Dezső Bozóky's Chinese photographs has just been published by the Hong Kong University Museum and Art Gallery (HKUAM). Hungarian naval doctor Dezső Bozóky travelled across East Asia from 1907–1909, documenting his journey with diary entries and hundreds of self-developed glass plate negatives. From his base in Hong Kong, Bozóky travelled to Guangdong province on several occasions in 1908, photographing locations throughout Canton (Guangzhou) that continue to attract visitors, including Shamian Island, the Chen Clan Ancestral Hall and the City of the Dead (Yongsheng si). Bozóky also traveled up the Pearl River, recording the karst hills and life along the river. Previously UMAG published a volume of Bozóky’s photographs and diary entries in the volume Two Years in East Asia: Travelling in Hong Kong 1907–1909.