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4th Hong Kong International Antiquarian Bookfair

decoration03 Dec. 2010|05 Dec. 2010

From December 3-5, 2010, rare book dealers from Australia, Asia, Europe and the United States will showcase rare and beautiful books and prints at the 4th Hong Kong Antiquarian Book Fair, among them booksellers from Japan, China, and Hong Kong, such as Picture This, Lok Man Rare Books and Indosiam Rare Books. The fair, which took place for the first time in 2007,  is organized by Paul Feain of Cornstalk Bookshop in Sydney (Australia), Mitsuo Nitta of Yushodo in Tokyo (Japan), and Christopher Li of Swindons Books in Hong Kong.

In an interview for the China Daily Paul Feain, antiquarian bookseller for 30 years and a long-time ILAB Committee member,  talks about the importance of printed books in the history of mankind, the great works of 20th century literature, art, politics and philosophy, about the passion of book collecting and Hong Kong as an attractive market place for rare books and manuscripts, arts and antiques.

>>> Are Rare Book Dealers "Collectors in Disguise"? - By Paul Feain for the China Daily on the Occasion of the 4th Hong Kong Antiquarian Book Fair, December 3-5, 2010

>>> "Old books can be more than just a good read" - China Daily

>>> "Just think of me as a black hole into which you can throw offers of everything in this area and I will buy all I don't have" - Sally Burdon looks back to the 3th Hong Kong Book 2009



03 Dec. 2010|05 Dec. 2010
One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway (near Admiralty Station on Hong Kong Island)
Hong Kong
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