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Mr. Ping

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Mr. Ping
Background information
Feature films Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda 2
Kung Fu Panda Holiday '
"Kung Fu Panda 3"
Short films
Feature firsts
Feature lasts
Television programs Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness
Video games Kung Fu Panda: The Game
Kung Fu Panda 2: The Game
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice James Hong
Performance model
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality funny, kind, supportive, proud,, caring, fatherly, silly, overprotective, well-meaning, somewhat naive.
Appearance white feathered goose
Occupation Dragon Warrior Noodles and Tofu owner, cook, Po's father
Alignment Good
Goal To support Po in anyway he can
Home The Noodle Shop in the Valley of Peace
Relatives Po (adoptive son)
Allies his adoptive son Po, Shifu, Tigress, Crane, Viper, Monkey, Mantis, Li Shan
Enemies Tai Lung, Lord Shen, Kai
Likes his son, noodles, tofu, money
Dislikes losing Po, danger, Li Shan (at first)
Powers and abilities
Weapons his food chopping knives
Fate He hugs Po as he is thanked by Po for helping understand the Dragon Scroll (1st film)
He reunites with Po and offers to fix him something to eat. (2nd film)
Quote "We are noodle folk, broth runs through our veins" (1st film)
"In honor of my son, free tofu dessert for everyone! With purchases." (2nd film)

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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