Picture shows the publication entitled "A Brief History of the Revolutionary Work of Xingzhonghui Members". It was edited by Huang Dahan and published in 1929. This book documents the revolutionary work of 15 Xingzhonghui (Revive China Society) members, including the deeds and contributions of Hong Kong tycoon Li Ki-tong. A native of Xinhui, Guangdong, Li joined the Xingzhonghui upon referral by Tse Tsan-tai. Over the years, he made generous donations to the revolutionary cause, offering financial support to the China Daily and providing military funding to uprisings across the nation. He also let the revolutionaries use Castle Peak Farm, his property in Tuen Mun, Hong Kong, to test firearms.