Japan's adorable giant panda cub named Xiang Xiang was revealed at a media event at Ueno Zoo in Tokyo on Monday, one day before her enclosure is to be opened to the general public. Journalists and a group of school children were able to get a glimpse of the six-month-old baby cub playing and climbing a tree, whilst watching through a glass shield. The preview was open to a few select guests... Еще such as the Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike and the wife of the Chinese ambassador to Japan, Wang Wan. «It is the first time seeing Xiang Xiang and she is really cute,» said school pupil Umeda Asa. Tokyo's Governor Yuriko Koike aid «Xiang Xiang is written as in Japanese, it means fragrance,» adding that «there were 320,000 named suggestions from the public coming from Tokyo and all over Japan.» This marks the first time in almost three decades that a panda cub at Ueno Zoo has lived to see six months.