A couple weeks ago, I got to see the paper pandas from the World Wildlife Fund on display between the National Concert Hall and National Theater, which are right next to the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial.
The display contained more than 1000 pandas and some other bears that have been touring around Taiwan. Each one represents one panda that remains in the wild.
Unfortunately, the bright lights from the theater and concert hall made some photo angles a bit difficult — I would’ve liked to see the buildings more clearly as they are quite impressive.
The pandas are the work of French artist Paulo Grangeon and supposedly made from recycled paper.