Chinese premier promises more pandas for Australia

Chinese Premier Li Qiang’s visit to Australia on Sunday focused on positive aspects of the bilateral relationship including shared giant pandas and a rebounding wine trade after he urged both countries to put aside their differences.

Li visited Adelaide Zoo, which has been home to China-born giant pandas Wang Wang and Fu Ni since 2009, before he was to have lunch at a restaurant at an Adelaide winery.

He announced that the zoo would be loaned another two pandas after the pair are due to return to China in November, China’s Xinhua News Agency reported.

The pair are the only pandas in the Southern Hemisphere and failed to produce offspring in Australia.

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