Disney Holds Groundbreaking For Shanghai Disneyland, Offers First Look At New Storybook Castle Concept Art

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  1. I am so excited to hear about this. I been waiting for friday to come to hear the news. I cant believe no main street usa. I gotta feel a little torn about that. everything else sounds like its gonna be a fun place.

  2. tigger fan

    The castle looks incredible, easily the best castle yet!!

    1. Jones

      Just open your eyes and look at the Paris castle – nothing will ever beat that one. But who cares about the new castle anyway – it is in China, it might as well be on the moon, as far as I´m concered, I would not visit that park even if the trip was free.

      1. lol

        A little bitter and jealousy i see.

  3. Methekid

    I believe that the Shanghai Project is a very visionary one, but a problem that I see is the most people won’t travel to China. Even though China’s population can maintain the park, since they have like one third of the world’s population. But I feel that Disney is trying to compete with themselves, and also spreading themselves to thin. By making a 6th park with a lot of the same rides that most of the parks already have, won’t they pass through the same situation like the other Disney Parks? By Making the Story Book Castle an even bigger one they try to hook tourist to visiting the park, but the new castle, even though looks great it feels like the same old Cinderella Castle and it looks like they are trying to compete with the ones in California, Florida, Hong Kong and Tokyo… Except for the one in Paris that even though has the same princess theme “Sleeping Beauty” it has a complete different look, which I believe they should do the same. By building another Disney park, I believe they are taking a huge risk, since the parks have passed through a time where tourism went on a downfall, and they had to make improvements to get the parks attendance up again, which has happened at Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong and even at California. I’m a huge Disney fan and I just worry about the company.

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