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  1. No. It was just an odd news item that popped up years ago. I never saw anything else about it again.
  2. Yesterday, China Gold Coin released images of the 2021 Panda coins at a public event. This was carried on Chinese cable news. The program featured both the designs and the designer, Ms.Tong Fang. Here are sketches for next year's Panda coins: More details to follow in China Pricepedia. Best wishes, Peter Anthony China Pricepedia — Chinese Coin Prices and More The Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide Home of the Valentine Panda www.pandacollector.com
  3. https://www.ngccoin.com/news/article/6588/ "Flowers have symbolic meanings in Chinese culture and coins represent these qualities. The simple beauty of Chrysanthemum flowers conveys the virtues of humility and longevity. This flower appears on the circulating copper-nickel one Yuan coin and the fractional one Jaio. The lotus, a symbol of nobility and purity, adorns the brass five Jiao coin."Best wishes,Peter AnthonyChina Pricepedia — Chinese Coin Prices and MoreThe Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3www.pandacollector.com
  4. "When most people think about Chinese opera, they think about the Peking Opera. That’s not a surprise; it’s the most famous and well-known kind. To catch a Peking Opera performance on the same Royal stage that emperors did, just hop Beijing subway line 4 out to the Summer Palace.The Summer Palace itself reminds me of a stage set. In Qing Dynasty times, a court visitor would first stand before the magnificent entrance gate. From there he, or she, would look up at the towering halls and temples on Longevity Hill’s steep slope. If you want to feel small, stand on that spot..."https://www.ngccoin.com/news/article/6491/Chinese-coins/ Best wishes,Peter AnthonyChina PricepediaThe Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3www.pandacollector.com
  5. "When most people think about Chinese opera, they think about the Peking Opera. That’s not a surprise; it’s the most famous and well-known kind. To catch a Peking Opera performance on the same Royal stage that emperors did, just hop Beijing subway line 4 out to the Summer Palace.The Summer Palace itself reminds me of a stage set. In Qing Dynasty times, a court visitor would first stand before the magnificent entrance gate. From there he, or she, would look up at the towering halls and temples on Longevity Hill’s steep slope. If you want to feel small, stand on that spot..."https://www.ngccoin.com/news/article/6491/Chinese-coins/ Best wishes,Peter AnthonyChina PricepediaThe Gold & Silver Panda Coin Buyer’s Guide 3www.pandacollector.com