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The Mouse Going To China's House

Category: Tourism, Posted:26 Nov 2013 | 06:00 am

Disney fever is planning to grip Mainland China when Disneyland opens in Shanghai in 2015.
The theme part is planned to be the most technologically advanced of the Magic Kingdom's global empire.
Given it's a new build the project is able to incorporate cutting edge tech and find new ways of relaying stories and familiar characters in an entirely new way.
Disney's second Greater China foray after Hong Kong has caused the SAR park some concern though the entertainment giant has said there is enough market share for both attractions.

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