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Early in the story development process, Shifu was also Po’s adoptive father. This relationship was the reason for casting him as a red panda in the first place. The name “Shifu” actually means “Teacher Father,” so the sentiment is still there even though the story point is not.
Concept art by Nicolas Marlet

Early in the story development process, Shifu was also Po’s adoptive father. This relationship was the reason for casting him as a red panda in the first place. The name “Shifu” actually means “Teacher Father,” so the sentiment is still there even though the story point is not.

Concept art by Nicolas Marlet

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