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ChinaKnowledge.com is reporting that Disney has cleared all the regulatory and government approvals to go ahead with its theme park to be located outside of Shanghai. sources said a press conference would be held soon in Geneva to announce the … Continue reading
The LA Times has a cute interview with Iake Eissenmann and Kim Richards, the original children from Disney’s Witch Mountain films. They each have cameo roles in the current relaunch. Downtown Disney Orlando’s latest store, Tren-D, is set to open … Continue reading
I had seen pictures of the Disney themed Harbin Ice Lantern Festival in China. But I didn’t realize that it was part of a legitimate licensing effort of the Walt Disney Company. What is perhaps the world’s most famous ice … Continue reading
A Disney theme park coming to Shanghai has been rumored for a few years now. This latest bit of news makes it sound more like Shanghai is trying to attract Disney, not vica-versa. I don’t see Disney funding this on … Continue reading