A new heritage exhibition celebrating the city's Chinese community has been opened at the Library of Birmingham.
The free exhibition - Chinese Lives in Birmingham - was created to capture the hidden histories of the city community after being awarded a grant of £35,600 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The opening was marked with dancing dragons at the library. The wider project was permanently archived in the library last year following a 15-month long project.
It was followed by a free, pop-up exhibition for the public at The Barber Institute of Fine Arts last summer.
Project contributors include members of Birmingham's Chinese community including businessman Woon Wing Yip and Professor Rayson Huang, the former vice-chancellor of the University of Hong Kong and the eldest participant at 95 years of age.
The exhibition runs until April 25.