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Three Cheers for Shan Shan: Ueno Zoo’s Panda Cub Gets a Name (Japan in Photos)

An employee of doll maker Kyūgetsu holds a banner celebrating the naming of Ueno Zoo’s giant panda cub in front of a display of stuffed panda dolls at the company’s main shop in Tokyo on September 25, 2017. The metropolitan government announced the name of the female cub born in June as Shan Shan in Japanese, or Xiang Xiang in Chinese, based on the repeated character 香, meaning fragrance. (© Jiji)

  • [2017.09.26]
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