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|“||Aw, man! How come I'm the turtle?!||”|
|—Bao, Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny|
Bao is a young resident of Panda Village. He first appears in Kung Fu Panda 3 where he meets Po and Mr. Ping, commenting on their apparent differences in looks and lifestyle to the pandas of his village. He later enlists under Po's instruction in learning kung fu, with Po helping him to utilize his proficient kicking skills from playing Ti Jianzi.
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Bao is shown to be very energetic, playful, mischievous, and hyperactive. He can also be rather curious and outspoken, asking Po why he ate with chopsticks instead of his paws, and questioning Mr. Ping's goose features as opposed to that of a panda's. He is also very good at continuously keeping toys in midair by bouncing them off his feet, similarly to kicking a soccer ball.
In Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny, he is described as the following:
Unlike his sister, he has a mischievous streak and likes to play practical jokes and stir up trouble. It seems each panda kid is imbued with the ancient chi he or she needs, and this is certainly true for Bao; he absorbs the chi of the Black Tortoise, which gives him empathy and helps him learn to put others before himself.
[Bao] is a trouble maker who's rough around the edges. He can be a bit arrogant and entitled but has a good heart. Unlike his sister, Bao has coasted through life on his charm and charisma. He likes to mess with his friends - particularly Fan Tong. Bao does occasionally have moments where he realizes he and Nu Hai need each other, and though Bao likes razzing his friends, he always has their back.
During the invasion of the Panda village, Bao kicks some fire crackers at jombies.
At first, Bao was a little confused at some of Po's mannerisms and why he couldn't do things that seemed normal for pandas, such as rolling or eating with his hands instead of chopsticks. Despite this, the two seem to get along, as Po was shown playing with Bao and his friends and later training him how to fight.
Bao wears a brown vest with carpet-like tufts. He also wears a green belt, gray pants, and a small red hat.
- In Chinese, "bao" has several meanings, including "precious" (traditional Chinese: 寶?; simplified Chinese: 宝; pinyin: bǎo), which is also the meaning of Po's name.
- Bao's name in the Chinese version of Kung Fu Panda 3 is 泡泡 (pinyin: pàopào), which literally means "bubbles".
- In Kung Fu Panda 3, Bao and the other panda kids play Ti Jianzi (traditional and simplified Chinese: 踢毽子?; pinyin: tī jianzi), which involves keeping a shuttlecock (also called a featherball) in the air by using any body part apart from your hands.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Collider - "Exclusive First Trailer for ‘Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny’ Shows Off the Amazon Series" by Dave Trumbore. Published & retrieved October 1, 2018.
- ↑ DreamWorksTV.com - "Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny"
- ↑ MDBG English to Chinese dictionary - "bao"
- ↑ Oriental-DreamWorks.com - "《功夫熊猫3》2016年1月29日中国上映，成龙、杨幂、朱珠等众星献声新角色" (trans. from Chinese: "'Kung Fu Panda 3' January 29, 2016 Chinese release, Jackie Chan, Yang Mi, Zhu Zhu and other stars vocals new role"). Publish date unspecified. Retrieved June 14, 2015.
- ↑ MDBG English to Chinese dictionary - "泡泡"