Russia-Pandas/Livestream

Moscow Zoo livestreams daily life of pandas

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Moscow, Russia - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Image of panda on wall, visitors at zoo
2. Various of visitors watching, filming Ru Yi, Ding Ding
3. Various of Ru Yi, Ding Ding eating bamboo, playing
4. SOUNDIBTE (Russian) Visitors (name not given):
(Woman) "It's the first time we have seen pandas. Very interesting. "
(Man) "Our kid likes them very much and he is very excited to see them."
(Woman) "We have brought our kid specially to the Moscow Zoo to see the pandas."
5. Panda playing
6. SOUNDIBTE (Russian) Igor, visitor (full name not given):
"They're so cool, funny and furry. I want to see them more and I will often come to the zoo to see them."
7. SOUNDIBTE (Russian) Nataliya, visitor (full name not given) (partially overlaid with shot 8) (with reporter asking questions):
(Reporter: "The Moscow Zoo has started livestreaming the pandas. What do you think?")
"I heard of that but have not watched it yet."
(Reporter: "Will you watch it later?")
"Yes, I will. And I will watch together with my two children. I believe it would be very interesting. After all, we can't stay in the zoo all day long. They are really so cute, and they have been eating all the time."
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8. Livestream webpage of pandas Ru Yi, Ding Ding on iPad
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9. Various of Ru Yi, Ding Ding eating, playing, resting, visitors taking photos

Storyline


The Moscow Zoo has been livestreaming the daily activities of the two giant pandas that arrived on April 29 from China, to satisfy the desire of the Russian people to see more of the cute animals whenever they like.

After being at the the zoo for over two months, Ru Yi, the male panda born in 2016, and Ding Ding, the female panda born in 2017, can be seen enjoying themselves in their new surroundings, playing around and chewing on their favorite bamboo snacks.

Even if it's a working day on Wednesday, there are crowds of visitors attracted and fascinated by the pairs.

"It's the first time we have seen pandas. Very interesting. Our kid likes them very much and he is very excited to see them. We have brought our kid specially to the Moscow Zoo to see the pandas," a couple said.

"They're so cool, funny and furry. I want to see them more and I will often come to the zoo to see them," said a boy named Igor.

But for people who live far away or just don't have the time, it's not easy for them to visit the zoo and watch the pandas on site.

Therefore, the Moscow Zoo created a livestream on July 1 to offer real-time footage of the pandas that have won the hearts of so many.

"I will watch together with my two children. I believe it would be very interesting. After all, we can't stay in the zoo all day long. They are really so cute, and they have been eating all the time," said Nataliya, one of the visitors.

When the first livestream aired, the audience exceeded 50,000. As of Wednesday, 200,000 people have watched the pair of animals online.

Ru Yi and Ding Ding will stay at the Moscow Zoo for a 15-year collaborative research project, according to an agreement signed on February 28 by the zoo and the China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Pandas.

It is aimed to further promote international cooperation on giant panda protection and improve conservation of endangered species and encourage biological diversity of the two countries.

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  • Published : 2019-07-11 11:36
  • Last Modified : 2019-07-12 14:47:23
  • Location : Russia
  • Category : society
  • Duration : 2'38
  • Audio Language : Russian/Nats/Part Mute
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  • Version : 2
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  • Published : 2019-07-11 16:24
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  • Location : Russie
  • Category : society
  • Duration : 2'38
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  • Version : 2
  • ID : 8115687
  • Published : 2019-07-11 16:12
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  • Location : Москва,Россия
  • Category : society
  • Duration : 2'38
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  • Published : 2019-07-11 16:37
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  • Category : society
  • Duration : 2'38
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  • Version : 2

Russia-Pandas/Livestream

Moscow Zoo livestreams daily life of pandas

Dateline : July 10, 2019

Location : Russia

Duration : 2'38

  • English
  • Français
  • Pусский
  • 日本語


Moscow, Russia - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Image of panda on wall, visitors at zoo
2. Various of visitors watching, filming Ru Yi, Ding Ding
3. Various of Ru Yi, Ding Ding eating bamboo, playing
4. SOUNDIBTE (Russian) Visitors (name not given):
(Woman) "It's the first time we have seen pandas. Very interesting. "
(Man) "Our kid likes them very much and he is very excited to see them."
(Woman) "We have brought our kid specially to the Moscow Zoo to see the pandas."
5. Panda playing
6. SOUNDIBTE (Russian) Igor, visitor (full name not given):
"They're so cool, funny and furry. I want to see them more and I will often come to the zoo to see them."
7. SOUNDIBTE (Russian) Nataliya, visitor (full name not given) (partially overlaid with shot 8) (with reporter asking questions):
(Reporter: "The Moscow Zoo has started livestreaming the pandas. What do you think?")
"I heard of that but have not watched it yet."
(Reporter: "Will you watch it later?")
"Yes, I will. And I will watch together with my two children. I believe it would be very interesting. After all, we can't stay in the zoo all day long. They are really so cute, and they have been eating all the time."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Livestream webpage of pandas Ru Yi, Ding Ding on iPad
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
9. Various of Ru Yi, Ding Ding eating, playing, resting, visitors taking photos


The Moscow Zoo has been livestreaming the daily activities of the two giant pandas that arrived on April 29 from China, to satisfy the desire of the Russian people to see more of the cute animals whenever they like.

After being at the the zoo for over two months, Ru Yi, the male panda born in 2016, and Ding Ding, the female panda born in 2017, can be seen enjoying themselves in their new surroundings, playing around and chewing on their favorite bamboo snacks.

Even if it's a working day on Wednesday, there are crowds of visitors attracted and fascinated by the pairs.

"It's the first time we have seen pandas. Very interesting. Our kid likes them very much and he is very excited to see them. We have brought our kid specially to the Moscow Zoo to see the pandas," a couple said.

"They're so cool, funny and furry. I want to see them more and I will often come to the zoo to see them," said a boy named Igor.

But for people who live far away or just don't have the time, it's not easy for them to visit the zoo and watch the pandas on site.

Therefore, the Moscow Zoo created a livestream on July 1 to offer real-time footage of the pandas that have won the hearts of so many.

"I will watch together with my two children. I believe it would be very interesting. After all, we can't stay in the zoo all day long. They are really so cute, and they have been eating all the time," said Nataliya, one of the visitors.

When the first livestream aired, the audience exceeded 50,000. As of Wednesday, 200,000 people have watched the pair of animals online.

Ru Yi and Ding Ding will stay at the Moscow Zoo for a 15-year collaborative research project, according to an agreement signed on February 28 by the zoo and the China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Pandas.

It is aimed to further promote international cooperation on giant panda protection and improve conservation of endangered species and encourage biological diversity of the two countries.

ID : 8115687

Published : 2019-07-11 11:36

Last Modified : 2019-07-12 14:47:23

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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