Hey Pandas, What Is One Strange Thing You’re Addicted To? | Panda Anku

Hey Pandas, What Is One Strange Thing You're Addicted To?

Bored panda. Wont survive a day without the cat memes🤣🤣🤣🐈🐈‍⬛🐈‍⬛🐈‍⬛😹😹😹 Report Internet, i should be sleeping right now. Report im addicted to breathing, have to do it constantly and messing my plans of dying Report Music. It gives me infinite access to stories and alternate worlds and keeps me in a good place mostly. But … Read more

Smart technology helps save China’s giant pandas | Panda Anku

Smart technology helps save China's giant pandas

CNN — The giant panda has long been the face of animal welfare since WWF adopted the adorable black and white bear as its logo in 1961. But after decades of intensive conservation programs, pandas are no longer endangered. With a relatively small population, however, pandas are not out of the forest — or the … Read more

Expert advice for visiting the pandas at the National Zoo | Panda Anku

Expert advice for visiting the pandas at the National Zoo

Placeholder while article actions load It started with two goodwill ambassadors named Ling-Ling and Hsing-Hsing, whose 1972 arrival in Washington included an official welcome from first lady Pat Nixon. Fifty years later, it’s impossible to discuss the Smithsonian’s National Zoo without giving special prominence to the giant pandas — especially the succession of cubs that … Read more

DC’s panda saga began with a comment by Pat Nixon about Chinese cigarette cans | Panda Anku

DC's panda saga began with a comment by Pat Nixon about Chinese cigarette cans

Placeholder when loading item promotions First Lady Pat Nixon sat next to Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai at a banquet in Beijing. It was the first night of her historic visit with her husband, President Richard M. Nixon, to “red” China, and much had already happened. Earlier, the President had met with Chinese leader Mao Zedong. … Read more

Fifty years later, some are questioning the value of “panda diplomacy” between the US and China | Panda Anku

Fifty years later, some are questioning the value of “panda diplomacy” between the US and China

Fifty years ago this month, Chairman Mao made a promise to President Richard M. Nixon: He would send two giant pandas to the United States. Mao made this proclamation in February 1972 when Nixon was visiting China to begin a historic approach. The announcement sparked what the New York Times called “polite warfare” among American … Read more