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1983

1983 Tiger Friend

1983 Tiger Friend

Huang Yao’s paintings became progressively simpler as he advanced in age. By mid 1983, Huang Yao did a series of very simple paintings where each painting has only one child and with no background.

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1986

1986 Prayers to Heaven

1986 Prayers to Heaven

The last painting has a tree with two children in front of it. It has the style of paintings completed in 1986. The tree trunk has ‘designs’ form by zigzag lines as if drawn by the hesitant hand of a child.

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1998

October 15 1998 Singapore Children's Society

October 15 1998 Singapore Children's Society

The Children’s Society of Singapore used four images from Huang Yao’s children paintings for the cover of their fund raising booklets.

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2005

2005 “Let’s Play – Autumn” and “Let’s Play – Winter”

2005 “Let’s Play – Autumn” and “Let’s Play – Winter”

‘Let’s Play – Autumn’ and ‘Let’s Play – Winter’, two children’s books based off Huang Yao’s paintings of 100 children playing are published in hardcover and in English.

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2008

July 6 & 13 2008 An “Exhibition in Commemoration of Huang Yao”

July 6 & 13 2008 An “Exhibition in Commemoration of Huang Yao”

The Malaysian art collectors of Huang Yao’s calligraphy and paintings were the main contributors of exhibits to this exhibition.

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