Disney: China's theme parks drive A-P growth
The theme park business in China saw its biggest event of the year on Thursday when the $5.5-billion Shanghai Disney Resort opened. It is Disney's sixth park worldwide and the largest in Asia, wowing both local and foreign tourists with exotic experiences and Chinese elements.
Shanghai Disney resort opening draws world attention
The Shanghai resort is Walt Disney Company's sixth in the world and the first in China's mainland. Analysts expect it to become one of the world's most visited theme parks by attracting tens of millions of visitors a year.
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Sun Li excited for opening of Shanghai Disney Resort
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Shanghai Disney Resort opens
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Tourists visit Shanghai Disneyland in evening
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Mickey Mouse vs Big Big Wolf: Disney's battle for Chinese wallets
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Disney's Shanghai park poised to lure millions
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