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March 8 1947: Huang Yao Cartoons Exhibition
Huang Yao Cartoons Public Exhibition Opens Today, 10am to 5 pm The cartoons of Mr. Huang Yaoding, the creator of Niubizi, have long enjoyed international renown and have been published in over ten Chinese-English bilingually captioned volumes of cartoons.
March 10 1947 Yunnan Daily : Huang Yao Cartoon Exhibition Closes Today
Huang Yao Cartoon Exhibition Closes Today.
Paintings in Foreign Environments - Human Figures in Thailand
Most people think that it is difficult to use Chinese ink and brush to paint what you see. This is basically a matter of skillful application of ink and water with the Chinese brush.
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......
Paintings in Foreign Environments - Nanyang Scenes
I have been asked, 'Can you use calligraphy to write the Nanyang landscape?' Without thinking I replied, 'Of course, as long as you know how to use chopsticks, you can handle the brush, with brush you can write, and you can write everything in nature, not just what is in Nanyang.'
December 14 2012: Painting of the Pra Pathom Chedi in Thailand by Huang Yao
Exploring The Cosmos: The Stupa as a Buddhist Symbol 14 Dec 2012 - 18 Aug 2013 @ Shaw Foundation Foyer, Asian Civilisations Museum, Empress Place