Panda ads and movies

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  1. Never say no to panda——Panda Cheese

Never Say No to Panda is a 2010 series of television commercials produced in Egypt by Advance Marketing for Arab Dairy, manufacturers of Panda Cheese. The commercials, which feature a giant panda who terrorizes people for not wanting to try the cheese, have become viral Internet hit. The ads were created by the Elephant Cairo agency and written by Ali Ali and Maged Nassar.

Panda cheese came out with a successful advertising campaign that consists of about five commercials. The videos are on YouTube and have already received a couple of million views combined in a matter of a few days. In fact, they were handed awards from Cannes Lions.

2. WWF 2012 campaign: Panda Printed Ads

It’s not every day that a person will come across a penguin or parrot with the form of a panda printed on his or her belly, but that is just what people will witness when they lay their eyes on the WWF 2012 campaign. Of course, this is a clever play on graphic tees. It depicts these animals as supporting what the World Wildlife Fund is trying to accomplish. By encouraging people to “put on your shirt and join to our team,” the WWF 2012 campaign is clearly recruiting animals of all kinds to support their important cause.

3. Kung Fu Panda

The Kung Fu Panda franchise from DreamWorks Animation, consists of two films: Kung Fu Panda (2008) and Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011). The franchise, set in a fantasy wuxia genre version of Ancient China populated by humanoid animals, features the adventures of Po Ping, a bumbling giant panda, who has chosen as the prophesied Dragon Warrior. Although his status is initially doubted, Po proves himself worthy as he strives to fulfill his destiny and learn about his past with his new friends.

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