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|shows = ''[[Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness]]''
 
|shows = ''[[Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness]]''
 
|games = ''Kung Fu Panda: The Game''<br>''Kung Fu Panda 2: The Game''
 
|games = ''Kung Fu Panda: The Game''<br>''Kung Fu Panda 2: The Game''
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'''Mr. Ping''' is [[Po]]'s adoptive father. He dreams of Po taking over his noodle shop, but is very shocked when Po is chosen to become the Dragon Warrior. At first he does not believe Po is capable of learning kung fu. But after Po defeats Tai Lung, he finally accepts him to be the Dragon Warrior. In the end credits of Kung Fu Panda, Mr. Ping is playing (and apparently winning) a match of Chinese Chess with Master Shifu.
 
'''Mr. Ping''' is [[Po]]'s adoptive father. He dreams of Po taking over his noodle shop, but is very shocked when Po is chosen to become the Dragon Warrior. At first he does not believe Po is capable of learning kung fu. But after Po defeats Tai Lung, he finally accepts him to be the Dragon Warrior. In the end credits of Kung Fu Panda, Mr. Ping is playing (and apparently winning) a match of Chinese Chess with Master Shifu.
   

Revision as of 16:54, September 20, 2016

Mr. Ping is Po's adoptive father. He dreams of Po taking over his noodle shop, but is very shocked when Po is chosen to become the Dragon Warrior. At first he does not believe Po is capable of learning kung fu. But after Po defeats Tai Lung, he finally accepts him to be the Dragon Warrior. In the end credits of Kung Fu Panda, Mr. Ping is playing (and apparently winning) a match of Chinese Chess with Master Shifu.

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