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April 2 1956: Huang Yao arrives in Singapore
Cartoonist that brought us “Niubizi” Huang Yao, arrives in Singapore
May 11 1956: Huang Yao will be holding an exhibition next month
Cartoonist Huang Yao, will be holding an exhibition at the British Council next month, using the persona of “Niubizi”
May 18 1956: Huang Yao confirmed for Saturday Broadcast
“How to start creating cartoons right now!” Cartoonist Huang Yao, by the invitation of Singapore China Association will be visiting Singapore and holding an exhibition of Niubizi cartoons.
May 19 1956: Radio Malaya Broadcasted in Singapore
Listening to Niubizi’s Broadcast By Li Ruolian
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’
May 27 1956: Cartoon Talks
There are meanings contained in cartoons, some are social and some are romantic in nature. In Chinese, the characters that make up “cartoon” that is, “man” (free and easy) and the character, “hua” (painting), when read by people of the older generation, the description was not too agreeable; and so they do not take cartoons seriously.
May 28 1956: Cartoonist Huang Yao's speech at the YMCA
At 2 pm yesterday, our local Chinese Young Men's Christian Association Youth Art Research Society, invited cartoonist Huang Yao to speak at Society’s Library. Members that turned out at the talk were enthusiastic. At the start was an introduction speech about Huang by the Society Chairman, Wang Runchang. Huang was next to speak after the speech.
June 7 1956: Giving a lecture by invitation of Ai Tong and Chong Hock School
Cartoonist Huang Yao scheduled to speak tomorrow. At the Hokkien Huay Kuan (Fujian Association) Auditorium Upon the invitation of Ai Tong School and Chong Hock School
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”
Jun 25 1956: Article in Chao Foon (Jiao Feng) Vol.16
Notes on portrayal of Niubizi By Xing Zhou
June 26 1956: Chuyun Shu presented to Lim Yew Hock (Lin Youfu)
Huang Yao’s Cartoon Exhibition will open tomorrow at the British Council. (May 29th – July 4th) The Chinese Society will host an exhibition by the reputed cartoonist and Niubizi’s creator, Huang Yao from the 29th of this month till 4th of July at the British Council on Stamford Road (the Museum).
June 27 1956: Interview about Niubizi with Shi Zuxian on Radio Malaya
Huang Yao speaking with Shi Zuxian about Niubizi on Radio Malaya
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
1967: Maxing Huaren Zhi published
1967 published by Ming Jian Press, Hong Kong.
Article 9 Zhuanji Wenxue: Owner of Bai Shan Zhai Mr Huang Manshi
Articles are being translated to English at the moment and will be uploaded over time. Original article is available on our link Chinese.
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?