专注与智慧的黄碧瑶 (Anne Pang)女士 右图为2009年Monash博士毕业照
The right picture of Ms. Anne Pang, who is focused and intelligent, is a 2009 Dr. Monash graduation photo
Martial arts, art, literature, doctor, charity, horse racing, how many people can successfully cross-border and gain high praise in all fields, and how many people can integrate these roles in a short life? It is hard to imagine a small Asian woman who knows Yongchun well - she is a great granddaughter of famous overseas Chinese collar Huang Naishang, Australian New Zealand National Kung Fu champion and founder of Australian women self-defense. You will not be able to sigh that there is more profound power in her heart until she sees her.
In 1970, Huang Biyao, 12, came to Australia with her parents and four sisters, seven of them. She was a stranger at first. She also experienced a difficult time of language and communication difficulties. She was good at the same family and finally settled in Melbourne after several efforts. Since then, huangbiyao has been working in restaurants to supplement his family. He has been proficient in Cantonese and English. In this way, he has gradually integrated into local culture.
Women's Kung Fu, famous for Australia
黄碧瑶这一生与武术颇有缘分。“我从小就喜欢读武侠小说，尤其是金庸的。当时也是躲着父母读，每天晚上熄灯之后就蒙上被子，拿着家里的台灯藏在被子里一看就是一夜”，她提起小时候的故事，眉飞色舞，一脸俏皮。长大后，加上受到丈夫吴国树 (Barry Pang) 对武术热爱的感染，18岁起她就在先生的“吴国树功夫馆”开始练习咏春，习得武术精髓，弘扬中华文化。在此期间，黄碧瑶与不少空手道、跆拳道高手过招切磋，参加了大量功夫竞赛，赢得了各类重量级奖牌，最杰出的成绩便是于1987年荣获澳洲新西兰功夫冠军。
Huangbiyao has a lot of fortune with martial arts in his life. "I have been a kid who likes to read martial arts novels, especially Jin Yong's. She was also hiding from her parents, and she covered the quilt every night after turning off the light. She hid the lamp in the quilt for a night. "She told the story of childhood, and she was very funny. Growing up, and being infected by her husband Barry Pang's love for martial arts, she began to practice Yongchun in her husband's wuguoshu Kung Fu museum since the age of 18, and learned the essence of martial arts and promoted Chinese culture. During this period, huangbiyao competed with many karate and Taekwondo masters, participated in a large number of Kung Fu competitions, won various heavyweight medals, and the most outstanding achievement was won the Australian New Zealand Kung Fu champion in 1987.
The trophy won by Kung Fu competitions over the years
Since then, she and her husband worked together to promote Chinese Kung Fu to major universities in Melbourne, and she has set up martial arts associations and coaches in Melbourne University, Royal University of technology, and Swain University of technology. Even though she had been so honored, Huang Biyao did not stop there. Since 1990, she began to integrate the essence of traditional Wushu with her own experience, and self created women's self-defense techniques have taught women in all walks of life, which has aroused great repercussions in Australian folk. Finally, she won the highest recognition in 1998 - the hall of fame Award for women's self-defense, and became the first woman to win such awards in Australia. "Kung Fu is a perfect way to feel the unity of body and mind. It is not only a physical skill, but also a way to deal with things and treat people. " Speaking of Kung Fu, she said, "practicing kung fu requires a whole body, which helps to focus on it. For me, it can cut off the disturbance from the outside world and take a vacation for myself." It is this kind of concentration spirit derived from practicing kung fu that paves the way of life for huangbiyao to keep improving and striving for more than one day.
On the poster of Kung Fu stars, Anne Pang, who was in the middle of the year, was huangbiyao
From love, and finally become a professional
Huang Biyao's artistic ability has come to the fore since she was young - "I used to draw when I was a kid, tearing off the yellow page calendar hanging at home every day and doodling at random behind her back." she said she compared it behind the paper. Painting is not only the source of happiness when she was a child, but also the paintings she has made can also be a joy for her elders. Gradually, the obsession with painting from childhood has built Huang Biyao's artistic complex, so that when I chose major in University, she lamented as she recalled that "I didn't listen to my parents' wishes to study law medicine because I really wanted to study art department". Finally, she decided to devote herself to art and won the honourable Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Melbourne in 1980, which laid a preliminary foundation for her future art road.
After graduation, in addition to the martial arts museum and real estate company, huangbiyao also opened his own school of women self-defense. However, she always felt that she had been helping her husband to fulfill her wishes, but she had not yet realized her wish - "after successfully setting up Kung Fu school to complete her ideal, she suddenly stopped one day to think about it, and felt very aggrieved that she had not realized all of her. So Barry was brought to a gallery to get him to touch what I liked. " This gallery trip just facilitated the transformation of Ms. Huang's career. Her unique artistic perspective complements Mr. Wu's keen business sense, complements each other and opens up the collection of works of art between the couple.
In 1999, the art gallery of huangbiyao officially opened, mainly selling Australian famous paintings, engaged in art consulting and consulting business, and became the only Australian art gallery operated by Chinese in Melbourne. In fact, Ms. Huang and Mr. Wu's art gallery is not only the first Asian to collect Australian native art, but also the pioneer of all ethnic minorities in Australia, which reflects the high recognition and importance of Chinese to Australian mainstream art. Today, the art gallery is quite large, with more than 250 collections, with a total value of $million.
All the art to be auctioned is their treasure for many years, which has great significance in their lives. They especially hope that these works will eventually have a good ownership, and hope that their families can continue to collect them well.
Ms. huangbiyao and Mr. Wu Guoshu are in their art gallery
Another thing that changed Ms. Huang's life almost at the same time was that in 1996, when she went to Malaysia with her parents to visit dongmalalao Yue, she found that Huang Naishang, the prince of her father, had planned and implemented the feat of emigrating to Sarawak along the Silk Road for the first time in Chinese history. So back in Melbourne, Ms. Huang began to study the history and study it and studied her Ph.D. in Asian history from Monash University. Despite her busy career and several roles, she graduated in 2009 and published two books after 13 years of hard work. Now, Ms. Huang is also actively contacting local film investors and production groups in Fujian Province to make the patriotic and loving people stories of her ancestors Huang Naishang into film publicity films, exaggerating its influence and enlightening future generations. Therefore, the love and accumulation of the East and west art culture is the driving force and source of huangbiyao to promote the cultural exchange and integration between China and Australia.
In 1997, huangbiyao and his parents and four sisters went back to Fujian and Fujian to visit their relatives
Jointly named "teacher", the first Chinese crown
吴国树先生于1980年对澳洲主流的赛马运动产生兴趣，出于热爱，黄女士和丈夫便积极研究马的血统、品种，精心挑选马匹、驯马师和骑手。1987年就曾以名马“马王”赢得Caulfield Guineas的冠军，后因赛马和驯马师的双双去世淡出各大赛事。直至在与“澳洲第一赛马夫人”活候夫人盖的默契合作下分别于2013年和2014年获得墨尔本杯(MelbourneCup 2013) 及澳洲杯(Australian Cup 2014)的赛马冠军，两次均为华人首次赢得澳洲赛马的最高荣誉，创造了赛马界的历史。吴先生夫妇参与赛马这项澳洲主流社会的高尚运动并夺冠让在澳华人挺直了腰杆，也令澳洲主流社会纷纷对华人刮目相看，更有助于推进中西双方的文化交流和融合。
In 1980, Mr. Wu Guoshu was interested in the mainstream horse racing in Australia. In order to love it, Ms. Huang and her husband actively studied the pedigree and variety of horses, and carefully selected horses, trainers and riders. In 1987, he won the title of Caulfield guineas with the name of horse king. Later, the events were faded out of the competition due to the death of both horse racing and horse trainer. Until the time, in cooperation with the waiting lady Gai, the first lady of Australia race, they won the race race Championships of Melbourne Cup 2013 and Australia cup 2014 respectively in 2013 and 2014, both of which were the first time that Chinese won the highest honor of Australian horse racing, creating the history of the racing circle. Mr. Wu and his wife participated in the noble sport of the mainstream Australian society, which made the Chinese in Australia stand upright, and made the mainstream Australian society look at the Chinese in succession, which is more helpful to promote the cultural exchange and integration between the Chinese and the western countries.
2013 Melbourne Cup race won the first Chinese Championship
A photo of the couple and waiting lady in Melbourne Cup 2013
It's hard to help
As the former acting president of Australian and Chinese Community Conference in Victoria (now retired due to the injury), honorary president of Australian and Chinese Association of business and women and member of the multicultural Advisory Council of Australian Football Association, Ms. Huang has been actively involved in community activities and contributed her own strength to the interests and status of Chinese. In 2014, in order to make adverse changes to the anti racial discrimination act 18C against the federal attorney general brandy, Dr. Pang made a voice on various media platforms such as newspapers, radio stations and communities, and launched corresponding signature collection activities, appealed to Canberra, and finally successfully eliminated the idea of the ruling party to amend the anti racial discrimination act with the support of the people. During the period, she made an anti racial discrimination speech on SBS radio, calling on Chinese communities to unite and advance in the crisis and inspire people.
2014 sharing the honor of Melbourne Cup Racing with Australian Society
Huangbiyao has just established the Australian China foundation, committed to volunteer to raise money, hope to give more people a part, welcome to help people to contact. She repeatedly stressed that her achievements are due to her parents, and that their teaching and deeds set her the best example: Huang Xianhe, the honorary president of Wenzhou Tongxiang Association, and Huang Xianhe, honorary president of overseas Chinese School of overseas Chinese Association, and Huang Lei, the honorary president of Fuzhou Shiyi community, are respected overseas Chinese leaders in Chinese community, and have been committed to the public welfare of Chinese associations for many years. As a Christian, Ms. Huang thinks that life itself is more about the pursuit of meaning than the harvest of fame and wealth. "According to the principle of Maslow's demand level, the highest level of life should be self realization and sharing with people. Therefore, no matter how low-level or small contributions are seen from the outside world, they are valuable, just like water and stone, and are indispensable basis for realizing social value. "
Speech against racial discrimination on SBS radio in 2014
Inherit faith and dream bravely
Under the guidance and encouragement of a versatile mother, Ms. Huang Biyao's two sons naturally outnumbered blue and were better than blue. They each loved to explore and develop freely in her own field.
大儿子吴育刚(Christopher Pang)，自幼便爱好电影艺术，又传承了父母的功夫衣钵，逐渐走上了演员的道路。他参演了于2010年上映的澳洲电影史上费用最高的动作片“破晓开战”(Tomorrow when the War began)并在其中担任男主角，这在澳洲华人电影史上属首次，后又于2011年获得好莱坞亚洲电影节最佳男演员称号，更成为了澳洲华人中极少出名的演员。他还在“卧虎藏龙”第二部中扮演了“飞刀李” 一角。
The eldest son, Christopher Pang, has been fond of film art since childhood, and has inherited his parents' Kung Fu and gradually embarked on the path of actors. He participated in the most expensive action film "tom orrow when the war began" which was released in 2010 and was the leading actor in the film history of Australian Chinese. He won the title of best actor of Hollywood Asian Film Festival in 2011, and became a rare actor among Australian Chinese. He also played the role of "flying knife Li" in the second part of "Crouching Tiger and Tibetan dragon".
His second son, johnpang, was also a child who was interested in physical fitness, had a strong interest in biomedicine and was also studying for a degree in psychology. In 2015, it has entered pharmaceutical enterprises to develop drug peptides for arthritis treatment, and will become a rare medical entrepreneur among Australian Chinese in the future.
From Kung Fu museum to art gallery, from doctor of literature to charity volunteer, Ms. huangbiyao's focus and love have created a successful road that she is respected and enviable. More importantly, as an ambassador of communication between China and Australia, she not only focuses on developing and expanding Chinese culture in Australia, but also participates in football and horse racing activities integrating into Australia. She has repeatedly written the history of milestone in Australian Chinese, won the respect of Australian mainstream society, and really promoted the exchanges and combination between China and Australia, which is undoubtedly the pride of our Chinese.
Photo of Huang Biyao, son of Wu Guoshu and ye Qian (Master Li Xiaolong) in 1990