Giant Panda by a deft hand (DIY)

The handcraft of paper-folding can be traced back to the Han Dynasty (202BC-AD220). A piece of ordinary paper is made into a lovely “animal” after being folded several times. The giant panda is native only to China, numbering more than 1,000. Looking clumsily and innocently cute and adored universally, it is China’s national treasure.

giant panda paper folding

Confucius Institute Reporter
Sun Ying
本刊记者 孙颖
The giant panda is native only to China, numbering more than 1,000. Looking clumsily and innocently cute and adored universally, it is China’s national treasure, and has been chosen by the Word Wild Life Fund (WWF) to be its “celebrity endorser”. Giant Pandas’ ancestors lived 2 to 3 million years ago, so it is called “a living fossil” in animal kingdom.

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giant panda paper folding


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pdfPublished in Confucius Institute Magazine
Magazine 16. Volume 5. September 2011.
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