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Will Shanghai Disney learn from past mistakes in Paris and Hong Kong?


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  • Will Shanghai Disney learn from past mistakes in Paris and Hong Kong?

    The potential of economic success for Shanghai Disney is astronomical (even with the questions raised over the Chinese economy) - huge fan base, huge potential fan base, and a consumer driven market. For me, the huge question will be whether Disney have learnt from some of the mistakes made in Paris and Hong Kong - have they got the right cultural balance? The Disney way, with Chinese flair!

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    I think the one thing that stands out is the number of attractions. It's a much larger park than others but doesn't have the number of attractions as the others. I think we should give it a year to see just how the park fares.


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      They do have lots of entertainment so thats a good thing.


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