Dalian Forest Park (outdoors enclosure), China
Car tire were given as an enrichment.
Xi'an Qujian Polar Ocean Park, China
In China, polar bears are mostly kept indoors. In this case the park is located on Loess Plateau (yellow-earth plateau). According to the park's public announcement, the enclosure was "designed with the appearances Loess Plateau terrain to satisfy the local people's imagination towards arctic animals." (strange logic but that's what it said.)
Wuhan Haichang Polar Ocean World, China (2015)
The two "polar bears" of Haichang Group at Wuhan are not real polar bears (look at their faces and short necks, which are much different from polar bears'). It is not entirely clear what they are; it is possible that they are a cross-breed of brown and white bears, or a subspecies of black bear called "spirit bear" The park labeled and marketed them as polar bears.
Guangzhou GrandView Mall.
The bear pizza was temporarily removed to Tianjin. There is a note in this picture saying that the mall forbids "professional photography".
Beijing Zoo (Outdoor enclosure)
A roadway passes on top of the enclosure; it was capsulated to shield traffic noise.
Qingdao Polar Ocean World, China
Dalian Forest Zoo (indoors enclosure), China (2015)
Quancheng Ocean Polar World, China
Changchun Zoological and Botanical Garden, China
Harbin Polarland, China
Nanjing Underwater World, China
The only site which people can pay and feed the white bear (for 3 euros). The session lasted all day even when the bear had no desire to eat.
Map of polar bears in China (2015)
Red pins are sites visited.
Entrance tickets and brochures
Maps: China (Selected)