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1950 > Niubizi
1950s Xie Bingying
In Xie Bingying’s article, “牛鼻子其人其画”, she writes that she first met Huang Yao in 1957, in Penang, Malaysia.
Between 1947 and 1951 Hong Kong Niu Bizi
Between 1947 and 1951 Hong Kong Niu Bizi or “Newbits” – An Eccentric Chinese Gentleman by Huang Yao This set of cartoon depicts Niu Bizi’s adjustment to life in Hong Kong, reflecting humour in the lives of new immigrants as they encounter new types of consumer goods. Niu Bizi’s look has also evolved and his feet no longer turn inward.
March 1 1956: Article in Jinri Shijie by Wang Shizhao
Niubizi is a strange man. He was the star during the epoch of the Shanghai cartoons and worked at the newspaper, Xinwen Bao. Who did not know about the cartoonist of the "Niubizi" cartoon series? But who is this cartoonist and what is his true identity? I think what an artist has in his heart will certainly be reflected in his work, thus making his work a direct reflection of himself. My image of Niubizi is a person with a rounded face, a fat physique and may not necessarily be tall.
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 12 1956 About Niubizi and his painting by Wang Shizhao
“Niubizi” is an outstanding cartoon, but the creator of this cartoon is not called “Niubizi”. Twenty years ago, there was a newspaper Xinwen Bao in Shanghai that published Niubizi-themed cartoons which depicted the events in the world.
December 1956 Newbits – Education Cartoon Series No. 3
32 pages, published in mandarin by More-Fun Press, Singapore. Published in December 1st 1956.
1957 Niubizi and Xiao Niu scrolls
From 1957 to 1973, Huang Yao’s works relating to his educational role also proliferated in Malaysia, with the artist producing everything from picture-punctuated homework books to cartoons, including Niubizi and Junior Niu (Xiao Niu)
August 23 1957 : NEWSBITS (Niubizi) Educational Cartoon Exhibition
Exhibition content: 1. National Language, 2. Good Citizens, 3. New Education system
August 31 1957 Newbits – Awang dan Pak Chik-Nya – Series Carton Pelajaran No. 3
1957 August 31 Newbits – Awang dan Pak Chik-Nya – Series Carton Pelajaran No. 3 (Newbits – Awang and his uncle – Education Cartoon Series 3) 26 pages, published in Bahasa by The Malayan Cultural Institute on 31 August, 1957 (Malaysia’s Independence Day).