The “1,600 Pandas” exhibition is on its way to Hong Kong as part of a world tour that began in 2008 and has already hit 100 other cities. Hong Kong-based creative boutique AllRightsReserved has teamed up with Hong Kong heritage site PMQ and the World Wildlife Fund to host the June event, which seeks to raise awareness of the dwindling panda population. Only 1,600 pandas remain in the wild today.

Each panda is made from papier-mache, and some are adorned with props, like flowers and suitcases. The pandas will tour Hong Kong, visiting 10 of its most famous landmarks, before going on display at the PMQ.

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