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Lin Ping and her mate will come back

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The giant panda born in Thailand, Lin Ping, will go to China in October to find a mate and then the couple will come back to stay in Thailand for 15 years, Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said on Friday. 

  Lin Ping will find her soul mate in China, then they will both come back to Thailand. (Photo by Thiti Wannamontha)

He was informed by the Thai embassy in Bejing that Thailand and China had reached preliminary agreement to allow Lin Ping to stay in Thailand for another 15 years, on the condition she has to leave Thailand by October this year to adjust to more natural surroundings and find a mate for breeding, from February to May 2014. 

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