Updated: 20 June 2014 11:30 | By xinmsn
1,600 pandas take over Hong Kong's landmarks

Flash mobs of pandas have made stops at attractions such as Victoria Harbour and Lantau Island.



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It's panda-monium in Hong Kong as an army of paper pandas take over various landmarks of the city as part of their month-long 1,600 Pandas World Tour 2014.

Created by French artist Paulo Grangeon, the 1,600 paper mache pandas which arrived in Hong Kong on June 9, have already made stops at attractions such as Victoria Harbour and the Clock Tower in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Picture: Part of the 1,600 paper pandas are displayed at a street in Mongkok, a shopping district in Hong Kong.

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