A global campaign that seeks six Giant Panda lovers who will get a rare chance to chase the endangered species in the wild kicked off at the Chengdu Living Water Park inside the Expo Park Monday, using the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai as a backdrop to shine a light on China's most iconic and beloved bears.
Ever since its launching last week, the global campaign "Pambassadors" has caught the eyes of many worldwide, and many are willing to go far for the title of ambassador of the pandas.
- About the pambassador
- Giant panda still endangered despite baby boom
- Twin pandas born in SW China
- Twin panda cubs born in Japan: China's breeding center
- Female panda cub born in SW China's Sichuan Province amid panda 'baby boom'
- Sichuan's wild panda population grows 33% in three decades
- Panda numbers up
- Panda death blamed on poison gas
- Beijing Zoo covers up death of 2-year-old panda for three weeks
- Heat wave, neglect suspected in panda death