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Pandas In Thailand

In 2003, the Chinese giant pandas "Chuang Chuang" and "Lin Hui" settled in the Chiang Mai Zoo for a renting period of 10 years. Thanks to the cooperation of experts from Thailand and China, the panda couple gave birth to a female baby panda through artificial insemination in 2009.  As the first panda born in Thailand, [...]

Pandas In Germany

In the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, a 4-year-old female giant panda "Meng Meng" and a 7-year-old male giant panda "Jiao Qing" arrived safely in Berlin, Germany on June 24, 2017.  This means that after five years of absence, the Germans would once again see pandas in their home country. The two pandas were rented [...]

Pandas And Franch

In the early spring of 1869, a French missionary named Pierre Armand David came to China from Espelette in the Pyrénées, southwestern France. In Dengchigou, Baoxing County, Ya'an City of Sichuan Province, David first saw an animal which was called a "black and white bear" by the local people. He found it a shocking discovery. That [...]

The Only Pandas That Don’t Belong To China

Pandas in Mexica are the only pandas that don't belong to China In September 1975, the Chinese government gave the Mexican government a pair of giant pandas as presents -"Ying Ying" and "Bei Bei". It was the first time for Mexico to have a panda of its own. Thanks to the efforts of the Chapultepec [...]

Pandas In Spain

When the Spanish King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia visited China in 1978, the Chinese government presented a pair of giant pandas "Qiang Qiang" and "Shao Shao". They became the first Chinese pandas to arrive in Spain. In 1982, the offspring of Qiang Qiang and Shao Shao, Zhu Lin, became the first giant panda in [...]

Giant panda in Germany gave birth to twins

On 1st September 2019, Beijing time, a pair of twin panda cubs were born by “Meng Meng” (6 years old) in Germany, According to the news, this was the first time a newborn panda was born out of the Sino-German international cooperation of breeding of giant pandas.  On 24th June, 2017, giant pandas “Meng Meng” and “Jiao [...]

Pandas Arrived Moscow Zoo

China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Panda announce that panda “Dingding” and “Ruyi” will end quarantine on 26th April. They will depart from Bifengxia Base at noon on 29th April to Moscow Zoo Russia by air, starting conservation and research cooperation between China and Russia. In order to promote international conservation cooperation of panda, moves forwards development of [...]

Panda Baiyun And Xiaoliwu Will Return To China

After 27th April, the panda "Baiyun" (meaning white cloud), who has lived in the San Diego Zoo for 23 years, will return to China with his son "Xiao Li Wu" (meaning little gift). Who is Baiyun ? Her father is "Pan Pan", the world's most fertile panda. Baiyun is the first panda born in the breeding center [...]

Panda In Austria

China Wildlife Conservation Association signed a 10-years contract with Austria Vienna Zoo about panda breeding research in 2002. Two pandas “yangyang” and “longhui” from Wolong panda center sent to Vienna Zoo in 2003 August 23, 2007, “yangyang” gave birth a panda in Vienna Zoo, named “fulong”. This is the first baby for “yangyang”, It is also the first [...]

Pandas In Australia

Panda “wangwang” and “funi” came to Australia November 2009, becoming the the first couple in Adelaide Zoo Adelaide Zoo is one of 22 zoos that have pandas all over the world, also the only zoo that has pandas in Australia Australian hope those two pandas can give birth panda cubs during the loan period, however,"funi" failed to [...]

Panda In US

In 1941, the Government of the Republic of China presented a pair of pandas to the United States to express its gratitude, since the US had made efforts in rescuing the Chinese refugees in the Second World War. On February 21, 1972, the US President, Nixon, visited China. On the day after she arrived in Beijing, [...]

Panda In Japan

At present, there are about ten pandas living in Japan, aside from China, it is the second largest country in the world to raise pandas. There are three pandas in Ueno Zoological Gardens, six in Adventure World in Shirahama, Wakayama, and one in Kobe Oji Zoo. On October 27, 1972, the Chinese government donated a [...]

Why Giant Pandas Around World Have To Return To China?

Born and raised in the United States, Bao Bao, a 3-year-old giant panda,had arrived in China. So why giant pandas around world have to return to China? From 1958 to 1982, China gave 23 pandas to nine different countries as gifts to build or enhance  diplomatic relationship. This is called pandas diplomacy By 1984, pandas are not used as diplomatic [...]

Which place can I go to see pandas outside China?

United Kingdom Edinburgh Zoo 2 pandas France ZooParc de Beauval 2 pandas Belgium Pairi Daiza 3 pandas Austria Vienna Zoo 3 pandas Spain Zoo Aquarium Madrid 3 pandas Singapore River Safari 2 pandas [...]