So Cute Your Computer Might Explode: 1,600 paper mache pandas set to invade Hong Kong from June 25 to July 17
So darn adora-bear!
(SPOT.ph) If you haven’t scheduled a flight to Hong Kong even though you probably could, do it now. Take that vacation you’ve been putting off and prepare to be knocked off your feet by cuteness. Take as many selfies as you want with these paper mache pandas designed by French artist Paulo Grangeon.
The pandas will visit 10 Hong Kong landmarks (including Ma Wan, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, the historic Hong Kong clock tower in Tsim Sha Tsui, Victoria Park and Statue Square) but tourists don’t have to chase after them. All 1600 pandas will be on display at PMQ (35 Aberdeen St, Central, Hong Kong) from June 25 to July 17.
Aside from taking the cutest selfies ever, tourists can also sign-up for the "Made-in-Hong Kong" Paper Mache Panda Workshop, which would allow them to create their own panda for HK$188.
The pandas can be adopted by citizens for $200 to $450, depending on the size. All proceeds will be donated to WWF-Hong Kong for conservation and education work.