1,600 Pandas World Tour in Malaysia

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Super excited when I knew that 1,600 Pandas World Tour in Malaysia is happening soon… They are on their journey around the world to promote the message of panda conservation and sustainable development, the 1,600 Pandas will be visiting more than 15 iconic landmarks across the country for the ‘1,600 Pandas Malaysia Tour’. With the theme of ‘Initiating the Culture of Creative Conservation’, the tour will be held for the first and only time in Malaysia from 21 December 2014 to 25 January 2015.

OMG!!! These pandas are so cute and adorable. Can I have one please? I am sure many of us will ask the same question. Well, I will be following the footsteps of these 1600 Pandas closely because I don’t want to miss the chance to selfie with these pandas… aww!

Leaving a massive social media frenzy and strong local participation across the globe, the 1,600 pandas will finally arrive on Malaysian soil after more than five years since their first appearance in France. The 1,600 Pandas World Tour which started in 2008 as a collaboration between WWF and acclaimed French artist Paulo Grangeon, has since appeared in more than 100 exhibitions across various countries such as France, the Netherlands, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Malaysia will be the 1,600 Pandas’ third stop after Hong Kong in the Asian region.

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Paulo Grangeon, French Sculptor

Paulo Grangeon, an enthusiastic French sculptor with more than 30 years of experience, created the 1,600 papier mache pandas in various poses, emotions and sizes using recycled paper, as a symbolic representation of the amount of pandas left in the wild. In celebration of the Malaysia leg tour, Paulo Grangeon will also be creating a special version white mascot panda paper mache representing the uniqueness of Malaysian culture to be used for workshops.

The ‘1,600 Panda Malaysia Tour’ aims to bring awareness to the locals on the importance of panda conservation and sustainable development, symbolically encouraging Malaysians to be more aware of our natural environment and the need to conserve it. The 1,600 pandas will appear more than 15 iconic landmarks in Malaysia, where the locals will have a face-to-face experience with the pandas.

The details of the stopover will be revealed soon, so stay tuned for more information. The ‘1,600 Pandas Malaysia Tour’ is brought to you by Faster Advertising together with consulting curator AllRightsReserved. Funds raised from the ‘1,600 Pandas Malaysia Tour’ will be channeled to support WWF-Malaysia’s conservation efforts.

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