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Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure at Shanghai Disneyland Receives Industry Award for Outstanding Visual Effects

Last week the Visual Effects Society (VES) announced the winners of their annual VES Awards, honoring outstanding visual effects in motion pictures, television and other media. Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure won the award for Outstanding...
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Peter Pan’s Flight at Disneyland Park

Fantasyland at Disneyland park is home to an array of iconic dark rides. The popular attraction Peter Pan’s Flight uses sets designed with black-light paint and illuminated by ultraviolet light, much like its neighbor Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride in the English-inspired...
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It’s a Lucky Morning at Shanghai Disney Resort During Chinese New Year

This week’s morning photo comes to us from the Gardens of Imagination at Shanghai Disneyland, where Mickey Mouse leads a special drum ceremony at the start of each day in honor of Chinese New Year. Did you know that sound is said to drive away bad luck in favor of...
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Shanghai Disney Resort Marks its First Chinese New Year with Guests from Home and Abroad

The past weekend Shanghai Disney Resort welcomes the first day of the Year of the Golden Rooster with guests from China and around the world. The resort is celebrating with a spectacular series of entertainment, festive decorations, holiday-themed food and beverage...
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Chinese New Year Brings Good Fortune to Disney Parks

Guests looking for a bit of luck will find it aplenty at Disney parks around the world during this year’s bountiful Chinese New Year celebrations. From Shanghai and Hong Kong to the California coast, there’s no shortage of good fortune to be found. Shanghai Disney...
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Shanghai Disney Resort’s First Chinese New Year Celebration

Can you hear the Golden Rooster crowing? Chinese New Year is just around the corner, and Shanghai Disney Resort is already celebrating with guests around the world thanks to a bounty of limited-time entertainment, decorations, merchandise and festive menus to indulge...
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A New Year, A New Global Ambassador Team

Last October, we introduced you to the 2017-2018 Ambassador team and highlighted the immersive training preparing them to represent Disney parks and resorts worldwide. Today, all that hard work has paid off and the team is celebrating their first day in the New Year!...
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Disney Parks VoluntEARS Spread Holiday Cheer Across the Globe

At Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, supporting local communities is in our DNA, especially during the holidays. The tradition dates back to Walt Disney himself, who in 1948 helped create the now famous Toys for Tots train logo still in use today. And as our parks have...
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Shanghai Disney Resort Celebrates 200th Performance of THE LION KING in Mandarin

Guests at Shanghai Disney Resort celebrated the 200th performance of THE LION KING Mandarin production this week with a full house at the lavish, 1,200-seat Walt Disney Grand Theatre. This visually captivating and uplifting musical based on the classic Disney film is...
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A Magical First Holiday Season at Shanghai Disney Resort

We can’t believe it’s already time for Shanghai Disney Resort to celebrate its first holiday season! The festivities bring to life an authentically Disney holiday wonderland with unique flourishes guests can only find at our newest Disney resort. Guests will feel the...
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The Shanghai Disney Resort is an under-construction theme resort by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, planned to open on 16 June 2016. It is the first Disney park in mainland China and the second in Greater China, after Hong Kong Disneyland.

Phase 1 of the resort will feature a Disneyland-style park, Shanghai Disneyland, an entertainment district, two themed hotels, recreational facilities, a lake and associated parking and transportation hubs. Additional phases will see the wwwelopment of two additional theme parks at the resort. The site will cover 963 acres (390 ha) in Pudong, or approximately 3 times the size of Hong Kong Disneyland, at a cost of CN¥24.5 billion (US$3.7 billion) for the new theme park and an additional CN¥4.5 billion (US$0.7 billion) to build other aspects of the resort, totaling CN¥34 billion (US$5.5 billion). 43% of the resort is owned by Walt Disney and the remaining 57% by Shanghai Shendi Group, a joint venture of three companies owned by the Shanghai government. The resort was approved by the Chinese government on November 4, 2009.

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