At Foreign Policy, Alexa Olesen describes the shift in Chinese views of pandas from metal-eating...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 23, 2013
Xinhua reports that the 61 giant pandas at the Bifengxia breeding center were not physically harmed by the 6.6Mw earthquake that struck Sichuan province on Saturday, killing 193 and injuring over 12,000: According to the video...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 2, 2011
Conservation efforts are expected to have had an impact on the population numbers of giant pandas in China, as researchers conduct a census of the endangered and beloved creatures. Edinburgh, Scotland is preparing to receive a...
by Samuel Wade | May 18, 2011
The world’s oldest panda, born in 1977, has died, reports Global Times: According to the news from the China Panda Protection Center in Sichuan Province, the 34-year-old Ming Ming, the oldest panda in the world, has died,...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 5, 2010
To follow-up on yesterday’s farewell to the beloved panda Taishan from the National Zoo in Washington, today he landed in China, and landed a corporate sponsorship. From the Washington Post: In a deal negotiated over the...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 4, 2010
The hottest news in Washington is not rising tensions between China and the U.S., or even the economy, but the return of the beloved panda Taishan from the National Zoo to China. The Washington Post has special coverage...
by Gao Fei | Sep 21, 2008
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that lingering threats to the welfare of South China’s wild pandas could intensify, in the wake of May’s devastating earthquake in Sichuan province. The damage caused by the...
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