Hong Kong will be the next place to host French artist Paulo Grangeon's exhibition.
Hong Kong is the next stop on the 1,600 Pandas World Tour, an exhibition by French artist Paulo Grangeon that has previously been displayed in Taiwan, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland and France since 2008. The project was first organised by conservation group the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF), which wanted to bring attention to a 2004 survey that determined there were only 1,600 pandas left living in the wild. The panda sculptures are made from "Papier Mâché" which consists of a recycled paper pulp. The pandas will visit 10 landmarks in Hong Kong this June.
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