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Lol, the promo images were all taken in WDW...lol...
I'm a bit amused by the idea that Disney may have rounded up Orlando-area Asian Americans to pretend to be Chinese tourists in a series of photo shoots set in a park that doesn't exist yet. I wonder how many of the people in those photos are even of Chinese ancestry.
(I suppose they could have used actual CMs from China working in EPCOT, but that wouldn't account for the kids and the elderly people in the photos...)
The thing is that the people in the photos look really Chinese-Chinese (I know because I am a Singaporean-Chinese). I got a feeling that Disney really sent a group of random Chinese(maybe even Hong Kong Disneyland CMs) locals to WDW for this photoshoot. Everything would have been quite ambiguous if not for the Mickey gloves which had 'WDW' printed on it...haha.