PHOTOS Panda Day held to celebrate safe arrival of two giant pandas in Denmark

PHOTOS

Panda Day held to celebrate safe arrival of two giant pandas in Denmark

Sheng Chuyi | People's Daily Online

00:22, May 11, 2019

Musical "Panda Fairytale" performed by children from the Chengdu Golden Apple School. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

Panda Day, held in Beijing, in celebration of the giant pandas' safe arrival to Denmark. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

A. Carsten Damsgaard, Ambassador of Denmark to China, delivers a welcome speech. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

Dai Guangcui, Director General of International Cooperation Department of National Forestry and Grassland Administration, addresses Panda Day. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

Zhang Zhihe, Director General of Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, addresses Panda Day. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

Bengt Holst, Director of Research and Conservation in Copenhagen Zoo, talks about the two pandas now residing at his zoo. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

Zhang Zhihe sends his photographs to the Danish embassy as a gift. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

A painting given to the Danish Embassy by artist Wu Changjiang. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

A child receives candy in the shape of a panda on Panda Day. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

Musical "Panda Fairytale" performed by children from the Chengdu Golden Apple School. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

In Panda Class, the lecturer asks students about panda fur. (People's Daily Online/Sheng Chuyi)

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