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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.
June 12 1956: Exhibition featuring Malay Niubizi will be opening at the end of the month
After arriving in Singapore last month by invitation of the Singapore Chinese Society, cartoonist Huang Yao toured Singapore and completed a collection of paintings called “Malaya Niubizi”
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......
January 17 1981: Exhibition Of Folk Culture Paintings – Press and Media Clippings
Press and media clippings for the exhibition.
February 8 1981: Mr. Huang Yao's unique calligraphic skills
Q: Mr. Huang, we heard from our television station’s interview with you that you mentioned “Oriental Art Simplified Explanation (II) on Calligraphy". When you touched on “Zuo Shu” (Left Writing) and “Fan Shu” (Reverse Writing). We also understand that you have an extraordinary calligraphic skill in the “Dao Shu” (Inverted or Upside down Writing), where you wrote the characters upside down from the bottom of the page up, and without any trace of you actually writing it in the inverted manner. Everybody termed it as: " Chuyun Shu". What does this mean?