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July 1936 Cartoon published in Man hua Jie
July 1936 - "Can't make four-of-a-kind, or a concealed straight, and certainly not three-of-a-kind . . . but two zhong's [China's, or more accurately, Chinese political parties] form a perfect pair."
1937 Xiao Guo Min (Little Citizen)
Xiao Guo Ming was composed by Zhu Chongzi (Zhu is a well known viola player and had a hand in composing Modern China’s national anthem) and the lyrics written by Huang Yao.
August 14 1937: Establishment of Shanghai's Cartoonists National Salvation Society
Establishment of Shanghai's Cartoonists National Salvation Society The establishment of Shanghai’s Cartoonists National Salvation Society on 14 August 1937 a day after the 813 incident, which is the Japanese invasion of Shanghai.
August 31 1937: The Shanghai Cartoonist’s National Salvation Propaganda Team
The Shanghai Cartoonist’s National Salvation Propaganda Team was a team of eight peopl comprising of leader, Ye Qianyu, members, Zhang Leping, Hu Kao, Tewei etc., left Shanghai for the interior and the front, They had the support of the people and part of their funds for traveling were collected by children under the hot sun.
September 20 1937: Salvation Cartoons (Jiuwang Manhua) Start publication
The Society’s magazine, ‘Jiuwang Manhua’ (National Salvation Cartoons) had Ding Cong, Wang Zimei, Hua Junwu, Lu Shaofei, Huang Yao and others as editors.
September 25 1937 Cartoon published in Salvation Cartoons (Jiuwang manhua) - vol. 2
The magazine “Salvation Cartoons”, was the official publication of the “Shanghai Cartoon Sector Salvation Society”, published a total of twelve issues in Wuhan (three more issues came out in Chongqing, making fifteen issues in all).
September 26 1937 The Shanghai Children's National Salvation Association
In Huang Yao’s article, ‘Niu Bizi Cartoon’, published in 1983, he wrote, ‘that within two weeks of asking for cartoon submissions from children, he received more than 40,000 pieces of drawings’. The content of the paintings were anti war and appreciation of soldiers. With the overwhelming response, the cartoons were exhibited on the 26 September 1937.
October 25 1937 Cartoon published in Salvation Cartoons (Jiuwang manhua) - vol. 8
The magazine “Salvation Cartoons”, which was the official publication of the “Shanghai Cartoon Sector Salvation Society”, published a total of twelve issues in Wuhan (three more issues came out in Chongqing, making fifteen issues in all). Besides paying tribute.......
October 26 1937 Huang Yao Leaves Shanghai
Huang Yao wrote, “I had to leave Shanghai in a hurry and secretly. It was because of my involvement with the Children’s Save the Country Society, that the Japanese were now looking for me.”
October 28 1937 Yang Huimin
Yang Huimin (1915-1992),Yang was a Girl Guide during the 1937 battle of Shanghai who supplied a Republic of China flag and brought supplies to besieged defenders of the Sihang Warehouse. Her actions proved inspiring to the defenders, who flew the flag the next day break in front of thousands of watching eyes across the bank of the Suzhou Creek.
December 23 1937 Childrens Resisting the Enemy Cartoons Traveling Exhibition
In a Chinese Government website link, it is recorded that The Children's Resisting the Enemy Cartoons Traveling Exhibition was held in Hankou on 23 December 1937, there were 100 cartoons exhibited.
1938 Minjian Chubanshe
Huang Yao establishes his publishing company, Minjian Chubanshe. He published at least 15 books and 4 known woodblock prints from this Publishing Company. A good description of Minjian Chubanshe was written by Chen Yibo in his article, 'Niu Bizi in Wartime' 1942 in the Central Newspaper, Guiyang.
1938 to 1942 The Beijing Chronicle
From a Chinese Government website source, from1938 to 1942, The Beijing Chronicle (in English) published Niu Bizi cartoons everyday in a prominent position in the newspaper, with a special column titled, ‘Niu Bizi Says’.
1938 to 1942 Support from different government organizations for Huang Yao books
"We really have to be grateful to Niu Bizi in wartime, whom I have seen in the cartoon series of booklets, the Minjian Chubanshe's new lianhuanhua, as well as published two years ago, ‘A Chinese Soldier’ and other books....
1938 Kang Di Dao Bao
The Resistance to Enemy Society will be hosting a “NBZ Resisting the Enemy Cartoon Exhibition”. All the paintings for this exhibition were collected by Mr. Huang Yao through his own efforts (while he was in Shanghai).
January 16 1938 War Cartoon Vol. 2
In August 1937, the Shanghai cartoon community's Salvation Association sent Ye Qianyu as the team leader, Zhang Leping deputy leader, Hu Kao, Te Wei, Liang Baibo, Xi Yuqun, Tao Jinye and others to Wuhan as members of salvation cartoon propaganda team............
January 17 1938 issue of Life Magazine
Young Chinese Artists Cartoon their Country's Conquest in Modern Manner, by Jack Chen
March 8 1938 Roar of the Nation 1
This book was a visual presentation of patriotic songs of China in 1930s. Expressions against the invasion by Japan was suppressed in Shanghai.
March 8 1938 Roar of the Nation 2
The following book is likely published by Huang Yao's publishing company, The People's Publisher (Minjian Chubanshe). A copy of the book have not been found. If you have a copy of this book, please contact us.
March 16 1938 War Cartoon Vol. 6
In August 1937, the Shanghai cartoon community's Salvation Association sent Ye Qianyu as the team leader, Zhang Leping deputy leader, Hu Kao, Te Wei, Liang Baibo, Xi Yuqun, Tao Jinye and others to Wuhan as members of salvation cartoon propaganda team.................