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May 1956: Malaya Niubizi
Huang Yao once more used his most famous character as a channel for his own thoughts and experiences, creating Malaya Niubizi. In this series Niubizi wears a sarong, works with the local people, picks coconuts, collects harvests and reins bullocks to pull carts.
May 25 1956: Front and back cover of Chao Foon (Jiao Feng) Vol.14
Front cover: Malay dance, Been to the Miaos to learn Moon Dance, wandered to Nanyang to learn ‘Joget Dance’
Jun 25 1956: Article in Chao Foon (Jiao Feng) Vol.16
Notes on portrayal of Niubizi By Xing Zhou
June 28 1956: EXHIBITION OF CARTOONS AND PAINTINGS
Guest of Honour: Zhou Ruiqi Minister of Education, Singapore Exhibition content: 1. Son’s Education, 2. Mister Fluke, 3. Sketch Siam, 4.Malaya Niubizi, (above are not for sale)，5.China ink painting and upside down calligraphy......
August 8 1956: Niubizi education cartoon exhibition
In 1956, Huang Yao was invited to Malaya (now called Malaysia) by the education minister, Tun Abdul Razak (who later became Prime Minister), to help shape the country’s adult education policies. Huang Yao remembered the invitation clearly: “[Tun Razak] told me that art was a common language and therefore welcomed me to stay [t]here.
August 8 to 10 1956 Niubizi education cartoon exhibition – Press and Media Clippings
Press and media clippings for the exhibition.
August 16 1956: Has returned to Singapore by car
“Niubizi” Mr. Huang Yao Has returned to Singapore by car He has made immense contribution to education during his stay in Kuala Lumpur
December 1956 Newbits – Education Cartoon Series No. 3
32 pages, published in mandarin by More-Fun Press, Singapore. Published in December 1st 1956.
August 23 1957 : NEWSBITS (Niubizi) Educational Cartoon Exhibition
Exhibition content: 1. National Language, 2. Good Citizens, 3. New Education system
1960s Niubizi and Xiao Niu Series 1
The first series consists of 40 pieces, measuring 17.5 x 22 cm, executed in ink, pencil on paper, with 6 panels per page and 12 panels make a story.
1960s Niubizi and Xiao Niu Series 2
The second series consists of 16 pieces, measuring 21.5 x 28 cm, executed in ink, pencil on paper, with 6 panels per page and 12 panels is one story