Panda diplomacy: China's animal envoys arrive in Berlin

Berlin’s zoo will formally introduce a pair of giant pandas to the public. The Chinese practice of using these formerly endangered animals as envoys, and a way to build relationships, is not something new,

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    Berlin's zoo will formally introduce a pair of giant pandas to the public.

    The Chinese practice of using these formerly endangered animals as envoys, and a way to build relationships, is not something new.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Hong Kong.


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