Returned giant panda twins prefer western lifestyle

Source:Xinhua Published: 2016/11/18 21:27:02

Born in Atlanta in the U.S., the giant panda twins “Mei Lun” and “ Mei Huan” returned to their hometown-southwest China’s Sichuan province early in November. However, old habits die hard and it might take a while for them to adjust to the new environment. For instance, the naughty twins refused to eat traditional Chinese food like steamed bread of corn, and preferred American buiscuits instead. Foreign netizens are very reluctant to let them return to China, with some expressing their understanding: “ This is surely a lost for us, but to be fair, China is the true and only home for pandas”. (Xinhua file photo)

Born in Atlanta in the U.S., the giant panda twins “Mei Lun” and “ Mei Huan” returned to their hometown-southwest China’s Sichuan province early in November. However, old habits die hard and it might take a while for them to adjust to the new environment. For instance, the naughty twins refused to eat traditional Chinese food like steamed bread of corn, and preferred American buiscuits instead. Foreign netizens are very reluctant to let them return to China, with some expressing their understanding: “ This is surely a lost for us, but to be fair, China is the true and only home for pandas”. (Xinhua file photo)


 
Born in Atlanta in the U.S., the giant panda twins “Mei Lun” and “ Mei Huan” returned to their hometown-southwest China’s Sichuan province early in November. However, old habits die hard and it might take a while for them to adjust to the new environment. For instance, the naughty twins refused to eat traditional Chinese food like steamed bread of corn, and preferred American buiscuits instead. Foreign netizens are very reluctant to let them return to China, with some expressing their understanding: “ This is surely a lost for us, but to be fair, China is the true and only home for pandas”. (Xinhua file photo)

Born in Atlanta in the U.S., the giant panda twins “Mei Lun” and “ Mei Huan” returned to their hometown-southwest China’s Sichuan province early in November. However, old habits die hard and it might take a while for them to adjust to the new environment. For instance, the naughty twins refused to eat traditional Chinese food like steamed bread of corn, and preferred American buiscuits instead. Foreign netizens are very reluctant to let them return to China, with some expressing their understanding: “ This is surely a lost for us, but to be fair, China is the true and only home for pandas”. (Xinhua file photo)


 
Born in Atlanta in the U.S., the giant panda twins “Mei Lun” and “ Mei Huan” returned to their hometown-southwest China’s Sichuan province early in November. However, old habits die hard and it might take a while for them to adjust to the new environment. For instance, the naughty twins refused to eat traditional Chinese food like steamed bread of corn, and preferred American buiscuits instead. Foreign netizens are very reluctant to let them return to China, with some expressing their understanding: “ This is surely a lost for us, but to be fair, China is the true and only home for pandas”. (Xinhua file photo)

Born in Atlanta in the U.S., the giant panda twins “Mei Lun” and “ Mei Huan” returned to their hometown-southwest China’s Sichuan province early in November. However, old habits die hard and it might take a while for them to adjust to the new environment. For instance, the naughty twins refused to eat traditional Chinese food like steamed bread of corn, and preferred American buiscuits instead. Foreign netizens are very reluctant to let them return to China, with some expressing their understanding: “ This is surely a lost for us, but to be fair, China is the true and only home for pandas”. (Xinhua file photo)


 

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