Lost and Found and Lost, by Wang Letian
"Lost and Found and Lost"

Born in Shanghai, Wang Letian was educated in a British-operated college where he learned the skill of drawing. His first cartooon was published in a newspaper in 1932. During World War II, his cartoons were mostly aimed at the Japanese aggressors and the reactionary rulers at home. Since China's liberation in 1949, he has published numerous cartoons satirizing the people's misdoings and condemning social evils. He worked as an editor for the Cartoon magazine in the 1950s, and was transferred to Guang Ming Daily to be an editor and cartoonist in the 1960s.

Last updated: 2012-04-09

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