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The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu, Sichuan has been created to imitate the natural habitat for Giant Panda and other rare species rearing and breeding. Its stated goal is to "be a world-class research facility, conservation education center, and international educational tourism destination." In the video in addition to the Giant Pandas you can see also the so called Red Panda. Recorded October 2015 in 4K (Ultra HD) with Sony AX100. Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC Music: Suzanne Teng - Mystic Journey - 3 - China Lily http://www.mysticjourney.net Licenced via ilicensemusic.com If you enjoyed this video please like, share, comment, favorite, subscribe! Visit my channel to see more of the most beautiful places on our planet: https://www.youtube.com/milosh9k...
Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation Exercise Demonstration 1 - presented by Mr Xie Yong, Chengdu Sport University. Visit http://www.soha.com.sg. Contact (+65) 63362868 for more information on courses available.
In January 2016, CapitaLand held five ‘Building for Tomorrow • Walk for Hope’ experiential charity walks across five key Chinese cities where CapitaLand operates – Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu and Wuhan. The walks aimed to enhance public awareness of the challenges faced by children with hearing impairments. CapitaLand Hope Foundation (CHF), CapitaLand’s philanthropic arm, pledged RMB200 for each participant who completed the walk. CapitaLand also held a number of online donation activities for the public to participate in leading up to the walks. In all, CHF donated RMB1 million to help children in China with hearing impairments on their journey to recovery. The donations will be used to buy equipment for hearing rehabilitation centres in the cities where the walks were held...
Oliver spent 30 years in bear bile farms being "milked" daily for his bile - a period of time equal to the usual lifespan of a bear. Rescued in 2010 he is now seeing out his "borrowed time" at Animals Asia's sanctuary in Chengdu, China. Following his rescue Oliver was so sick that vets were forced into emergency surgery at the roadside. He wasn't expected to make it, never mind going on to enjoy a retirement where he's finally receiving the care and respect he deserves. Once described by Animals Asia founder Jill Robinson as a "broken bear", Jill has also said that, since his rehabilitation, there's just something about Oliver that suggests he's humming to himself as he wanders around his outdoor enclosure. Here's hoping he's humming a happy tune as be enjoys a surprise left for him...
Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation Exercise Demonstration 2 - presented by Mr Xie Yong, Chengdu Sport University. Visit http://www.soha.com.sg. Contact (+65) 63362868 for more information on courses available.
Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation Lecture Talk Two - presented by Mr Xie Yong, Chengdu Sport University. Visit http://www.soha.com.sg. Contact (+65) 62933369 for more information on courses available. http://www.facebook.com/sohainstitute
An exclusive video of a guided tour at the China: Moon Bear Rescue Centre, Chengdu with Jill Robinson MBE founder and CEO. This tour was conducted by Animals Asia as part of the 'Asia for Animals' conference held at Chengdu in June' 2011 where delegates from over 350 nations participated. I am very much thankful to Jill for allowing access filming inside the centre. More information can be reached here: http://www.animalsasia.org/index.php?UID=7MFLFY4N1GC4 Azam Siddiqui http://azamsiddiqui.in
Go to our website and make a donation. http://chinapediatrics.org/chinapediatrics/donate/donate.html Please support CCPF and its new Spagnoletti Rehabilitation Program by making a donation. Your generosity will change the lives of Children living in orphanages throughout China.
Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation Lecture Talk One - presented by Mr Xie Yong, Chengdu Sport University. Visit http://www.soha.com.sg. Contact (+65) 62933369 for more information on courses available. http://www.facebook.com/sohainstitute