Bei Bei, giant panda born in US heads to China
CGTN Originals • 1m 35s
Bei Bei, the most famous resident of the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., has bid farewell to the U.S. capital.
Bei Bei is heading to China. The giant panda is now four years old.
That’s the age when all pandas born abroad go to China under their breeding agreements.
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