Eighty Uprising comic strips
Name: Bayi Uprising Comic Strip
This is a comic strip to promote the August Uprising donated by Mr. Yao Jiakang from Suzhou to the August Uprising Memorial Hall.
The comic strip is a popular story art work produced in the 1920s and 1930s. It sells well in Shanghai and is popular all over the country. After 1949, the Party and the government attached great importance to the creation and publication of comic strips, which formed two climaxes in the late 1950s and early 1960s and the late 1970s and early 1980s. A large number of popular comic strips are the products of the times. In the form of pictures and texts, the political, economic, cultural life and customs of different periods are reflected in them. If you look at the comic strips in your hand, you will find a historical picture full of the characteristics of the times. It will be displayed in front of people, and collectors can refer to the past and present. After the mid-1990s, with the popularization of new communication tools such as television, the creation and publication of comic strips gradually fell into a low ebb, but the collection of comic strips has become increasingly popular. In recent years, comic strip collection has become a professional category.
The 12 comic strips donated by Mr. Yao Jiakang, which record and reflect the history of the August 1st Uprising, are some of the treasures published in the late 1970s, and they are hard to find in the market today. They are not only rare objects in the history of publishing, but also precious materials for the study and promotion of the August Uprising. The August Uprising Memorial Hall can be said to be the best destination for these comic strips.