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Niubizi 1 Cartoon Book
4 April 1936 ‘Niu Bizi 1’was published by Niu Bizi Company . The book cover cleverly uses several types of bread and vegetables to construct Niu Bizi and tells us what type of bread and vegetables to buy to construct this. For the bread Niu Bizi, it can be seen one big round bread for face along with 4 buns and cotton candy for the nose, 4 toothpicks for the hair and 3 chocolate for eyes and mouth. In ‘Niu Bizi 1’, the forward is written by the Wan brothers, “Analysing Niu Bizi”.
1939 Summer The Ten Talks of Niu Bizi
‘The Ten Talks of Niu Bizi’ was published by Minjian Chubanshe. This book talked about how to draw Niu bizi and other human figures. The last 2 ....
April 4 1941 The Three Talks of Niu Bizi
‘The Three Talks of Niu Bizi’ was published Zhongguo Wenhua Fuwushe (China Promotion of Cultural Matters) and Huang Yao's publishing company, Minjian Chubanshe (The People's Pulbisher). Many readers had been asking Huang Yao three main questions.
August 1999 Republishing Niu Bizi
Shandong Publishers republished Huang Yao’s cartoons from the Shanghai period. Eight original books (published between 1936 and 1937) were combined into two books, volume 1 and volume 2.