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The St. Regis Shanghai warms up with Pandas

Travel News Asia 23 October 2002

This festive season, in its efforts to build up awareness of the beautiful Panda Bear and its situation in China and the world, The St. Regis Shanghai's theme for Christmas and Year End celebration is Panda Bear or "Xiong Mao" in Mandarin.

One of the highlights of the year end's celebration activities is a 6 meter Christmas Tree in the middle of the lobby. This tree will be decorated with poinsiettas and panda bears. We will also be building a little Panda Bear Sanctuary next to the tree. 

The public and companies are invited to help in this meaningful cause. They can donate Panda Bears toys dressed or styled in a way that best represents the company, city or country of the donor. These panda bears will be on display at the hotel lobby from 1st December till 31st December. During this one month period, the public can purchase these panda bears. Funds collected will be donated to the China Panda National Nature Reserve. This is a good opportunity for the public or private corporation to help save a beautiful part of the world as the year approaches an end.

Located in Shanghai's fast-growing financial district of Pudong, the 40-storey 318-room St. Regis Shanghai offers a unique experience in first-class luxury accommodations for upscale travelers visiting Asia's dazzling international metropolis. Understated elegance, highly personalized service and a discreet sense of exclusive privacy await every guest. The rooms are the largest in Shanghai, with each standard room measuring 48 square meters. The hotel is, without doubt, the best the city has to offer.

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