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Tag Archives: China
We’re learning a few more details about Shanghai Disneyland today. We’ve learned the Operating Conditions, which is basically how will it be built and who will control its operations, and some additional attraction details. Some of this is a bit … Continue reading
The Shanghai Daily posted two concept art drawings from Disney depicting the castle that is destined to be the center piece of the new theme park Disney is building outside Shanghai. We now see the interior and the outside of … Continue reading
Update: Mea Culpa. This article is 4 years old. I didn’t noticed the 2007 date on the story. That’s what I get for writing a post after midnight. I’ve updated the story to reflect the fact that this Cinderella Castle … Continue reading
Hong Kong Disneyland reported their best year yet with attendance of 5.2 million guests for 2010. That’s up 13% from 2009 and signs that sometimes just the announcement of coming improvements will drive traffic to a theme park. Also contributory … Continue reading