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Comic Creator

Bao Dik-cheung

Lo Fu, Hueng Chou, Uncle Seven, Uncle Bao

(b. 1928, China)  China

  Bao Dik-cheung

From Sing Tao Daily, by Bao Dik-cheung 1953

Bao Dik-cheung, who is also known as Lo Fu, Hueng Chou, Uncle Seven and Uncle Bao, moved to Hong Kong around 1951. There he cofounded East Comics, together with Lee Wai-man. In 1953 he created his popular comic 'Little Angeli' (which was published in Chinese and English), soon followed by other children's comics. Bao also was editor of the children's comics supplement of newspaper Sing Tao Daily. He frequently worked together with his two brothers Bao Wun-cheung and Bao Ching-cheung, and was a teacher of comic art for a short while in the 1980s.

Little Angeli, by Bao Dik-cheung 1954

Last updated: 2012-04-09

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