Life Isn’t Black And White: Chinese Students Send Message With Creative Graduation Pose

A group of students from the School of Design at the University of South China took a series of striking graduation photos in self-made panda hats in Xiangyang city, Hunan Province on June 8, 2017.

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But they are not animal activists calling for greater protection of China’s national symbol.

Instead, it was an expression of their determination to work hard at a grass-roots level after graduation and refuse to be spoiled like the panda.

They formed a heart shape circle around the Chinese characters for “dream” and “hardship” to call for students to be more down-to-earth and realize their dreams one step at a time.

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