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JingJing was one of the characters to appear in The JingJing Squisher, a video uploaded on the jacknjellify channel on February 6, 2018. JingJing was one of the 5 Beijing Olympic Mascots in 2008, also known as the Fuwa.

Appearance

JingJing is a panda who has lotus flowers on his head, made in inspiration from porcelain paintings from the Song dynasty (960-1279 AD).[1]

Coverage

In The JingJing Squisher (10 year anniversary), he is mentioned by BeiBei, who says to X that JingJing needs to be squished instead of herself, and gets squished by Cary and Michael's contraption.

Trivia

  • He is the second Beijing Olympics mascot character to get squished, after BeiBei.
  • He was squished by Cary and Michael with the help of BFDI 1a.
  • His friends cheered when he got squished.
  • He is a representation of the forest.
  • All members of the Fuwa have a color and a wish. He is black and his wish is happiness.
  • If YouTube still exists in 2028, and if Cary and Michael Huang are still active, HuanHuan might be next to be squished.
  • The word Jing means the second-half of the city name in China: Beijing.
  • JingJing's name is also meaning in "Beijing Huan Yin Ni" (Bejing Welcomes You).
  • Jingjing was a contestant in "Total Fuwa Island", an old elimination show that possibly predates Total Firey Island.

References

  1. https://www.olympic.org/beijing-2008-mascots

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