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Little Horse

Stories of Little Horse are rich in Hong Kong flavor, telling silly and funny things from a dull life that make readers burst into laughter.

Maggie Lau

Maggie Lau was an office lady before turning to full-time comic illustration by chance. In Hong Kong Book Fair 2007, she released Little Horse’s Silly Life, a record of interesting anecdotes in her daily life, which immediately topped the selling chart. In December 2007, Little Horse’s Silly Life 2 was published, which was sought-after and once sold out. In the following years, Lau made an incredible achievement in the industry with a number of sequels invariably climbed to top of the selling chart. Her success aroused the interest of major organizations to invite her for cooperation to launch products and exhibitions featuring Little Horse’s family.​

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