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A Mauser Pistol

Li Yuanba, the Number One Hawcock
Pictured by Dou Shikui

Qing Niang
Pictured by Chen Huiguan

Red Stone (3) Shaping Incident
Pictured by Han Heping, Luo Pan, Jin Kui, Gu Bingxin

A Scheme of Revenge
Pictured by Huang Yunsong

Pictured by Zheng Jiasheng

Lord Bao Zheng Interrogated A Rock
Pictured by He Youzhi
Young Chinese generations' art works. The teenage authors learned a great deal from the west, and integrated the western drawing skills and styles with Chinese traditional drawing skills.

Maple Leaves


Give It to Me

I'm Free







Depend on Somebody for A Living
The original Chinese idiom:
"Ji4 Ren2 Li2 Xia4": "ji", depend; "ren", somebody, another person; "li xia", under the fence. It means, "Writing articles imitating others and has no innovation".
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Wonder of life fires artist's passion
Japanese celebrate cartoon hero Astro Boy's birth date
China to host 6th world cartoon conference in October
Fifty years of the best illustrated children's books
Comic Strip for Teen-Agers Gets A Sequel
National cartoons draw praise
Trying hard to get a laugh
Children's book explains HIV/AIDS to young readers
Japan's best selling comic eyes US Market
Our cultural assets worth weight in gold
Hong Kong airport sets tone for summer holidays

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