In one of last month’s Winners & Losers, we noted that pandas were being born so fast in China that zookeepers needed the public’s help to come up with names for them. Well, we have an update now: Eighteen of the fuzzy balls of cuteness have been given names at a special ceremony. The most popular names ...
Well, we have an update now: Eighteen of the fuzzy balls of cuteness have been given names at a special ceremony. The most popular names were Tao Tao (“playful” in Mandarin) and Huan Huan (“happiness”).
To see more photos of how China is just crawling with pandas, check out this slideshow and brace yourself for an overload of cuteness.
Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009-2016 and was an assistant editor from 2007-2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP
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