Liao Bingxiong graduated from Guangzhou Normal School at age 17, in the midst of World War II. His anti-Japanese comic strips started appearing in newspapers that same time. During the war years, Liao also began drawing 'Spring and Autumn in Cat Kingdom'. It would make his reputation as one of China's greatest cartoonists.
Spring and Autumn in Cat Kingdom
Wanted by the government for the criticism Liao expressed in his cartoons, he changed his name and fled. After the Communist victory, Liao returned and became vice president of Renjian Huahui, a Chinese Artists Association in Hong Kong.
Subdued at Last (1935)
After his return, he drew many children's comics, such as 'Fairy Tale Comics' for magazine Little Friend Bimonthly. But he also continued to criticize government wrongdoings in his cartoons and was removed from his position in 1957. For 20 years he was forbidden to draw cartoons. When the Cultural Revolution ended in 1976, Liao resumed cartooning.