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2012

September 3 2012: CALLIGRAPHIC PAINTINGS OF MODERN CHINESE ARTIST HUANG YAO ON DISPLAY AT THE UPPER HOUSE HOTEL HONG KONG

September 3 2012: CALLIGRAPHIC PAINTINGS OF MODERN CHINESE ARTIST HUANG YAO ON DISPLAY AT THE UPPER HOUSE HOTEL HONG KONG

September 17 – October 19, 2012: Members of the general public can view two calligraphic paintings by Huang Yao, titled “莫使金樽空對月 Let us drink to the moon” and “百年好合 A hundred.......

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2012

October 1 2012 : 3 paintings to be auctioned by Christies on 27th November 2012

October 1 2012 : 3 paintings to be auctioned by Christies on 27th November 2012

“Riding the Dragon” or “Cheng Long” (139.5 x 72.8cm) painted by Huang Yao in 1980 was inspired by a mythological story of an emperor riding a dragon to heaven and becoming an immortal.....

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2012

October 28 2012 Wenzi Hua Centerpiece by Huang Yao

October 28 2012 Wenzi Hua Centerpiece by Huang Yao

On 28 October 2012, Huang Yao’s calligraphy “Be content, thus be happy always” officially joined the collection of calligraphic works by respected Chinese calligraphers that are engraved in stone at the Chinese Calligraphy Stone Gallery at the Oriental Villa in the Nirvana Memorial Centre. The recently launched gallery holds a collection of over 150 steles engraved with the calligraphy of renowned scholars from the dynasties of China to the modern day.

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