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19 December 2012: Huang Yao Foundation wishes you a Merry Christmas

19 December 2012: Huang Yao Foundation wishes you a Merry Christmas

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28 NOVEMBER 2012: RESULTS OF CHRISTIES AUCTION OF HUANG YAO PAINTINGS

28 NOVEMBER 2012: RESULTS OF CHRISTIES AUCTION OF HUANG YAO PAINTINGS

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1 October 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. The mysterious dragon that exists in all cultures since time immemorial is, in the Chinese culture.....

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28 September 2012 Hong Kong Economic Journal talks about the recluse master Huang Yao

28 September 2012 Hong Kong Economic Journal talks about the recluse master Huang Yao

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3 September 2012: CALLIGRAPHIC PAINTINGS OF MODERN CHINESE ARTIST HUANG YAO ON DISPLAY AT THE “WITHIN SHAN SHUI” EXHIBITION 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 years of bliss” at the "Within Shan Shui" exclusive preview exhibition for Fine Art Asia (FAA) 2012, curated by Calvin Hui at The Upper House hotel, Hong Kong’s leading contemporary hotel.

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31 August 2012: ART WORKS OF MODERN CHINESE ARTIST HUANG YAO DEBUT AT FINE ART ASIA 2012 WITH 50 HUMAN FIGURES INK PAINTINGS

4th to 7th October 2012: Huang Yao Foundation organises the first public exhibition and sale of the works of modern Chinese artist Huang Yao since his demise in 1987, presenting 50 paintings from its Human Figures collection at Fine Art Asia (FAA) 2012 Hong Kong to raise funds for its operations as well as to fund initiatives such as children's programs, exhibitions and cartoon animation.

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23 July 2012: Discovering a family legacy

The Edge Singapore talks to Carolyn Wong who traces the life and ..........

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2 July 2012: Modern Masters Boost Collector Confidence

The work of Huang Yao debuted on the public markets at Christie’s Asian 20th Century and Contemporary Art auction in Hong Kong on 29th May 2012,

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22 June 2012 FAKES OF HUANG YAO PAINTINGS SEEN ON THE MALAYSIAN ART MARKET

Forgeries of Huang Yao’s ink and brush paintings have appeared on the Malaysian art market, according to a gallery in Kuala Lumpur that has been sourcing and buying Huang Yao’s paintings from the secondary market for the last few years.

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29 May 2012 HUANG YAO’S “IMMORTAL CHESS PLAYERS” INK PAINTING AUCTIONED FOR US$ 88, 012 (HKD680, 000) BY CHRISTIE’S

29 May 2012 HUANG YAO’S “IMMORTAL CHESS PLAYERS” INK PAINTING AUCTIONED FOR US$ 88, 012 (HKD680, 000) BY CHRISTIE’S

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29 May, 2012 : Christie’s Hong Kong to auction Huang Yao’s “Immortal Chess Players”

On 29th May, Christie's Hong Kong will auction Huang Yao’s “Immortal Chess Player” (1980), a painting is based on a legendary Jin dynasty tale.

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20 May, 2012 : South China Morning Post

"Art Smart" - South China Morning Post offers readers a chance to know Huang Yao in the Sunday Morning Post, The Review, May 20th issue.

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15 March, 2012 : Niubizi Collage, 1936

This is the first piece of collage I have seen as a complete Niubizi piece of art.

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6 January, 2012 : National Museum of Natural Science, Taichung, Taiwan

This is the year of the Dragon in the Chinese calendar. The Huang Yao Foundation is pleased to have provided more than 10 paintings with regards to.....

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1 December, 2011 : Fast buck…

Today, I found this funny, some enterprising Chinese person out to make a fast buck has put our mook (magazine-book) on the Chinese e-bay for sale.

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2 November, 2011 : Picking up the blog again…

I think my granddad’s weekly column, Moyuan Suibi in the newspaper Nanyang Siangpao, can be considered an early form of a blog.

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26 August, 2011 - The “Niubizi and Friends” digital installation at Guiyang Animation Festival

This digital exhibition will make its debut at the Guiyang Animation Festival as part of continued education series of the Huang Yao Foundation. The aim is to interest a younger generation of Chinese to their rich history and heritage of cartooning.

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13 August, 2011 : The Huang Yao Exhibition at Shanghai Art Museum

This exhibition will be the first time since 1947 that the works of Huang Yao have been exhibited in China. Huang Yao was part of the contemporary art movement of cartoons in Shanghai in the 1930s. This exhibition combines his contribution to popular culture of China in the 1930s and the ink paintings he executed later in life.

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18 July, 2011 : Nanjing Lu, Shanghai

We’ve now been in Shanghai for about 11 days. This year the kids are attending Summer Camp at YK Pao. We have delivered the artworks to the Shanghai Art Museum and have done a shoot for the documentary footage as well as some PR work. I need to get cracking on my speech for the opening day but some Shanghai virus has got hold of my throat…

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7 July, 2011 : Introducing Niubizi to the Kindergarden group at Chinese International School in Singapore

This has been a really busy month, I have just moved house and am also juggling to get ready to go to Shanghai once my kids get out of school, I have already signed them up for summer school at YK Pao while we are on our last leg of preparations for the exhibition at the Shanghai Art Museum.

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