Jinjiang Inn Chengdu Wenshuyuan Subway Station
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... since the program began nearly 60 years ago with a very promising birth rate. Like humans Giant Pandas are extremely picky about mates and they are a very anti social animal so breeding in the wild is not consistent with a female only having an offspring approximately once every 3-4 years.
This facility is also a breeding ground for China's other Panda- the more racoon looking Red Panda. While not in the ...
... tears the whole time. It was just amazing....an opportunity of a lifetime. A handler stands off to the side and keeps handing him a piece of bamboo that has a little honey on it, that he licks off. He was so relaxed he just sat there enjoying his treat. I buried my face in his head and kissed him! You only get about a minute, and it is time for the next person. But it was a magical minute! His little fur was course yet soft...he ...
1,Avoid going to Inaccessible bushes, jungle when hiking.If you must do it ,youcan can bring a soft stick or bamboo, and Beat grass to make snake escape quickly when walking, Snakes will not take the initiative to attack human.
2, After the rain in the morning and evening, it is best not to walk in the environment with poisonous snakes activities.Especially within a few days after the flood,when it's the very time ...
... 8220;Stop being such a Giant Panda”.
Later that day we headed to the local bus station to buy tickets to Songpan in the mountains of northern Sichuan, when we eventually found the ticket office we were approached by a few locals wanting to try and help us. I’d already gotten the lady at our hostel to write everything down in Chinese for us so there was really no need to help. The ticket lady could read exactly what we wanted but the locals felt obliged to ...
This day was particularly special for me as I had an interview with a music instructor from the music conservatory near Sichuan University. Lancelot, the Chinese guy that I met at lunch yesterday, helped arrange this interview.
I asked the instructor as many questions as I could about Chinese minority music, and although she gave me some pretty generic answers, conducting the interview was still very enlightening in that the subject of ...