The Centre for Humanities Research has organized a seminar series themed “Hong Kong Literature and Culture of the 1950s” since January 2011. Scholars and experts from various institutions have been invited to illuminate our understanding of the development of various art forms, such as literature, Cantonese opera, music, painting and cinema, in Hong Kong of the 1950s, re-reading from multiple perspectives the complex making of Hong Kong’s cultural identity at the time. In line with the seminar series, the Centre collaborates with Hong Kong Film Archive to present a photo exhibition of Hong Kong movie stars of the 1950s, which comprises near 60 valuable photos and Lingnan students’ related research achievements. The 1950s is the prime time of Hong Kong cinema with stars of both Cantonese and Mandarin cinemas marking the decade. The glamour of the stars adds color to our collective memory of the black and white era. While Lingnan students’ research on the glamorous stars since last summer can now be seen in Glamour Everlasting (2011) recently published by Hong Kong Film Archive, the exhibition serves as an immediate presentation of our students’ accomplishments, and provides a panoramic introduction to a pivotal age of Hong Kong cinema.