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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mer 15 Mar 2017 - 21:59

Same city, same price : Certaines chaînes de magasins et de restaurants s'engagent à pratiquer une tarification identique dans les deux aéroport de Shanghai et à Disneytown que dans leurs boutiques et restaurants situés en ville.


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Outlets at Shanghai airports, Disneyland move to fair pricing

MORE than 60 chain stores and restaurants in Shanghai's two airports and Disneyland on Wednesday vowed to keep prices on par with those in their other outlets in the city, following pressure from Shanghai's price regulator.

The Shanghai Development and Reform Commission said that it had received a great deal of consumer complaints that dining in these areas were often much more expensive than other places.

Under pressure from the commission, the outlets, owned by more than 20 international food chains and convenient stores, including Costa, KFC, McDonald's, Subway, Pacific Coffee and Family Mart, in the Pudong and Hongqiao international airports and Shanghai Disney Resort, joined together in a campaign named "same city, same price."

Wednesday coincides with World Consumer Rights Day, when China launches its annual campaign to raise attention for consumers rights.

The Shanghai commission said that it would continue to play a leading role in protecting consumer rights, inviting the public and companies to get involved.

The commission also urged big shopping malls, including building material and furniture wholesale stores B&Q and IKEA, to be wary of cheating on price, requiring the firms to repay and compensate consumers when they pay more than the prices promoted at the stores.

Shanghai Daily News - 15 mars 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Jeu 16 Mar 2017 - 5:26



Annoncé sur son compte Weibo (genre de Facebook chinois), Shanghai Disneyland va de nouveau mettre en vente des Seasonal Passport. Ils auront les mêmes spécificités que les précédent soit une durée de validité de 4 mois (valable du 18 mars au 16 juillet 2017).
Au choix : pass unlimited (940-1250rmb) / pass Sunday (620-825rmb) / pass weekday (695-925rmb)  (prix enfant-adulte; edit: après relecture les tarifs mentionné sont une offre et risque d'augmenter un peu après).
(NB: sera exclu le 30 avril 2017)



Les avantages :
20% sur le shooping, les restaurants et billeterie "Le roi lion"
10% sur les résa d'hotels
30% sur le photopass



En vente sur la boutique en ligne Tmall de Shanghai Disneyland : https://shdr.alitrip.com/


Mon avis: avantageux à partir de 3 visites. Mais encore dommage pour la durée de 4 mois car au final sur 1 an ca revient environ 3750rmb (soit plus de 500€).
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Jeu 16 Mar 2017 - 14:18

Voici le communiqué de presse présentant le nouveau pass saisonnier :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Celebrates First Spring Season after Grand Opening

To celebrate the first spring season after its grand opening, Shanghai Disney Resort today announced the launch of a new Shanghai Disneyland Spring Seasonal Pass on March 18. The new Spring Seasonal Pass offers a tremendous value for guests by giving them the opportunity to experience the magic of Shanghai Disneyland throughout the spring and early summer season, and to be immersed in the charm and natural beauty of Shanghai Disneyland in springtime.


Shanghai Disney Resort is a diversified, multi-day experience with the perfect combination of Shanghai Disneyland, a world-class Disney theme park that has welcomed almost eight million guests since its grand opening; Disneytown, a shopping, dining and entertainment district where the Mandarin production of the Broadway musical THE LION KING is now playing; and Wishing Star Park, an outdoor recreational area where guests can encounter the charm of the nature. Along with the introduction of the new seasonal pass, the resort also kicked off a series of new exciting initiatives throughout the resort to allow guests to spend quality time together with families and friends and get connected with nature in the best season of the year.

“Shanghai Disney Resort has proven to be enormously popular with guests in China, and we have received overwhelmingly positive feedback for the seasonal pass we introduced last fall,” said Philippe Gas, general manager of Shanghai Disney Resort. “As we welcome our first spring season since opening, we continue to offer our guests unique ways to immerse themselves in the unparalleled storytelling and creativity of Shanghai Disneyland. With the arrival of spring, Shanghai Disneyland is coming to life with the beauty of flowering trees and plants, creating an even more magical world to experience the charm of nature and the magic of Disney. The Spring Seasonal Pass allows guests to enjoy the park at their own pace, time and time again, and enjoy the fragrant sites and scents of springtime in Shanghai.”

Enjoy unlimited access to Shanghai Disneyland and exclusive offerings in spring by purchasing 2017 Spring Seasonal Pass

The Shanghai Disneyland 2017 Spring Seasonal Pass will be available for guests to purchase beginning March 18. The new pass will be valid for multiple entries by the same guest from March 18 to July 16, 2017. Standard, Child, Senior and Disabled passes are available at three price tiers – Weekday, which is valid for admission on weekdays, except for public holidays that fall on a weekday; Any Day, which covers all days except April 30, 2017; and Sunday, which covers Sundays except April 30, 2017.

From March 18 to March 26, the new Shanghai Disneyland Spring Seasonal Pass will only be available on the official Shanghai Disney Resort Fliggy Flagship Store with limited-time special pricing, in celebration of the resort’s Super Brand Day on Tmall.

From March 27, the sales of the pass will be launched on multiple official channels – including the resort’s official WeChat account, the Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center, the Shanghai Disneyland Main Entrance ticket booths, and the resort’s official travel trade provider Ctrip – at marquee prices. Current seasonal pass holders can enjoy special pricing when renewing their passes.

In addition to unlimited admission to the theme park, the new Spring Seasonal Pass will provide guests with a wide array of exclusive benefits including special offers for resort hotels, discounts on dining and merchandise, THE LION KING theatrical performance, Disneytown special offers and many more.

Guests are invited to visit the Shanghai Disney Resort official website for more detailed information.


Explore fun with families and friends and get connected with nature at Shanghai Disney Resort

Spring has almost sprung and with warm weather moving in across the region, guests are itching to shake off their winter coats, breathe in spring air and enjoy the seasonal charm. Shanghai Disney Resort’s outdoor recreational areas, from Disneytown to Wishing Star Park, are some of the best places to celebrate the true splendor of nature with an array of leisure activities.
Horticulture in Shanghai Disney Resort serves as the best decoration for this season with wide-ranging species of flowering plants and trees throughout the resort – including magnolia, cherry blossom, plum and apple trees – which have already started blooming and are expected to peak in the following weeks. The magic of nature in springtime will be on full display throughout Shanghai Disneyland, Disneytown and Wishing Star Park.

In this colorful season, guests visiting Disneytown will have even more entertainment and recreational options. Beloved Disney characters will pay regular visits to Disneytown for the first time to greet guests in person and create fun magical moments. Activities tailored for families with children and seasonal events for guests of all ages will also be introduced to allow guests to discover new surprises every time they return to Disneytown.

In Wishing Star Park, a new bicycle rental service is now available for guests to enjoy together with families and friends and get connected with nature. The 500,000-square-meter Wishing Star Park evokes the native landscape and historic legacy of the Yangtze River Delta. Since opening day, millions of guests have explored the park's vibrant and thriving habitats along the beautiful, glittering lake, while enjoying a tranquil escape and activities for the entire family.


Even more surprises in store for guests taking springtime outings to Shanghai Disney Resort

Guests visiting Shanghai Disneyland this spring will also have an opportunity to customize their experience and make their visit more flexible than ever. Starting March 18, guests can maximize their day by purchasing the new Disney Premier Access to enjoy priority access to participating attractions at Shanghai Disneyland. Attractions offering this new service include: Soaring Over the Horizon and Roaring Rapids in Adventure Isle, TRON Lightcycle Power Run and Buzz Lightyear Planet Rescue in Tomorrowland, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Peter Pan’s Flight in Fantasyland. A limited number of both single access and bundle packages will be available for purchase at authorized locations within the theme park. Visit the official Shanghai Disney Resort website or find Cast Members in the park for detailed information.

The world popular Disney Pin Trading Fun Day will also come to Shanghai Disney Resort this spring. On April 23, Disney fans will be able to join a series of pin trading activities in the park, including drawing classes, a pin collection showcase, and story sharing sessions hosted by pin artists and fans. Guests will also have the opportunity to purchase the limited-edition pins exclusively created for Shanghai Disney Resort’s Pin Trading Fun Day.


Shanghai Disneyland Spring Seasonal Pass

Frequently Asked Questions

When can guests purchase their seasonal pass ?

The Shanghai Disneyland 2017 Spring Seasonal Pass will be available for guests to purchase beginning March 18. From March 18 to March 26, the new Shanghai Disneyland Spring Seasonal Pass will only be available on the official Shanghai Disney Resort Fliggy Flagship Store with limited-time special pricing, in celebration of the resort’s Super Brand Day on Tmall.

From March 27, the sales of the pass will be launched on multiple official channels – including the resort’s official WeChat account, the Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center, the Shanghai Disneyland Main Entrance ticket booths, and the resort’s official travel trade provider Ctrip – at marquee prices.

What is the price of the pass ?

We offer Any Day, Weekday and Sunday passes. Passes for children, seniors and disabled guests will also be available for purchase at reduced prices. Time-limited special prices and offers will be available at Shanghai Disney Resort’s official Alitrip store from March 18 through March 26 to celebrate the resort’s Super Brand Day on Tmall. Current 2016 seasonal pass holders can enjoy special prices when renewing their passes. Complete charts with all pricing as below.




What does the Spring Seasonal Pass include ?

The exclusive Spring Seasonal Pass to Shanghai Disneyland is valid for multiple entries by the same guest between March 18 and July 16, 2017. Weekday-priced seasonal passes are valid for admission on weekdays, except for public holidays that fall on a weekday; Any Day-priced passes are valid for admission on all days except April 30; and Sunday-priced passes are valid for admission on all Sundays except April 30.

In addition, the Spring Seasonal Pass gives pass holders exclusive resort-wide benefits. Some highlights include :

•20% off at Shanghai Disney Resort quick service restaurants; 15% off at Shanghai Disney Resort table service restaurants (Royal Banquet Hall, Lumiere’s Kitchen, and Aurora)

•20% off at Shanghai Disney Resort merchandise locations; special offers in a designated merchandise tent just for passholders

•10% off Shanghai Disney Resort hotel room rates

•20% discount on THE LION KING performances

•Special Disneytown benefits

•PhotoPass free trial

* Please visit the Shanghai Disney Resort official website for the full list of the special benefits and users Terms & Conditions.

Is a government ID required to purchase the seasonal pass ?

Yes, government ID is required at the time of purchase, however the guest who purchases the seasonal pass does not have to be seasonal pass holder or user. The seasonal pass will be associated with the identity and photo of its user on the first visit and is non-transferrable after that.

How do guests receive their seasonal pass ?

When guests who have already purchased a seasonal pass arrive at the Main Entrance, they should proceed to the ticket booths. Guests will have their photo taken and have a paper ticket issued to them. They will use the same ticket from their first visit for subsequent visits and their photo on file will be used for validation. After July 16, 2017, all Shanghai Disneyland 2017 Spring Seasonal Passes expire and are no longer valid for entry.

What are the restrictions on the seasonal pass ?

The Spring Seasonal Pass will be valid for multiple entries by the same guest from March 18 to July 16, 2017. The passes are available at three price tiers – Weekday, which is valid for admission on weekdays, except for public holidays that fall on a weekday; Any Day, which covers all days except April 30, 2017; and Sunday, which covers Sundays except April 30, 2017. Admission is subject to available park capacity each day. THE LION KING production at the Walt Disney Grand Theatre at Disneytown, Shanghai Disney Resort’s shopping, dining and entertainment area, is a separately ticketed event and is not included as part of the exclusive seasonal pass. The pass does not include free access to the Shanghai Disney Resort parking lots.

What are the limits on quantity for purchasing Shanghai Disneyland seasonal passes ?

A Guest can only own one Spring Seasonal Pass in his/her name.

Can guests change the name on their seasonal pass ?

The seasonal pass will be associated with the identity and photo of its user on the first visit and is non-transferrable after that. Only the guest whose name appears on the pass and whose picture is associated with the pass may use it for park entry. Guests should always bring their government ID to the park with them each time they use the pass, as government ID will be requested by our Cast Members at the turnstiles to confirm identity.

How can guests get answers to any additional questions they might have ?

Guests can contact the Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center at 400-180-0000 or 86-21-31580000.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 16 mars 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Sam 18 Mar 2017 - 15:09

Le Shanghai Disneyland Hotel introduit au menu une nouvelle série de desserts inspirés du film La Belle et la Bête, tous les détails dans le communiqué de presse ci dessous :

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Lumiére’s Kitchen at Shanghai Disneyland Hotel Introduces New “Beauty and the Beast” Themed Dining Options

The restaurant brings the ambiance of the story to life through themed décor and cuisine

Lumiére's Kitchen, the “Beauty and the Beast” themed Character Dining restaurant in Shanghai Disneyland Hotel, is introducing new menu items inspired by the highly-anticipated new “Beauty and the Beast” film that hits theaters today.  

Guests staying at the hotel, or just looking for a magical evening of dining at Shanghai Disney Resort, become immersed in Belle’s world the moment they arrive, with a romantic sculpture of Belle and the Beast greeting them in the foyer. Once inside, the décor transports them into Lumiére’s famous scene in the movie, conjuring the same fun, animated spirit the characters displayed. Surprise visits from popular Disney characters throughout the meal add to the delight of the dining experience.

Beyond the immersive entertainment, the buffet-style restaurant is brimming with international delicacies from fresh, light starters to Chinese and Western cuisines, to delicious desserts – including the host of brand new themed desserts just added to the menu. Lumiére’s Candle Book, a new addition just released to guests, features Lumiére atop a tasty treat. Belle’s Collection features a petite book crafted from tofu and a delicate Mrs. Potts carved from tomato. As “Beauty and the Beast” hits the big screens today, Lumiere’s Kitchen invites guests to come enjoy the ambiance of the classic story brought to life in the restaurant, and enjoy all the new treats on offer.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 17 mars 2017.

Lumiére’s Kitchen in Shanghai Disneyland Hotel Introduces New “Beauty and the Beast” themed dining options.
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Lumiére’s Candle Book, a new addition to the menu, features Lumiére atop a tasty treat.
(photo : Shanghai Disney Resort).

Intricate images of Belle adorn tasty new treats.
(photo : Shanghai Disney Resort).

The fun new desserts conjure the same animated spirit the characters in the story displayed.
(photo : Shanghai Disney Resort).

New dessert offerings inspired by “Beauty and the Beast” are added to the menu at Lumiére’s Kitchen.
(photo : Shanghai Disney Resort).
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Sam 18 Mar 2017 - 15:36

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 24 Mar 2017 - 12:31

Shanghai Disneyland organise son premier événement pin trading le 23 avril prochain.
Ce Pin Trading Fun Day annonce la sortie de 8 pins exclusifs en édition limitée.
source :weibo compte officiel Shanghai Disneylandhttp://weibo.com/5200478600/EzSFOFGBP?from=page_1006065200478600_profile&wvr=6&mod=weibotime
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 24 Mar 2017 - 12:44

Shanghai Disneyland organise son premier événement pin trading le 23 avril prochain.
Ce Pin Trading Fun Day annonce la sortie de 8 pins exclusifs en édition limitée.
source :weibo compte officiel Shanghai Disneylandhttp://weibo.com/5200478600/EzSFOFGBP?from=page_1006065200478600_profile&wvr=6&mod=weibotime
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 27 Mar 2017 - 18:45

Des nouvelles des Chloe Zhou et Natalie Yao, Ambassadeurs Disney du resort :

Photo : Shanghai Disney Resort.

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Shanghai Disney Resort New Ambassador Team and Disney VoluntEARS Create Imagination Playground for Families in Pudong

Making a positive impact on the community where we live, work and play, the new Shanghai Disney Resort Ambassador Team joined the Disney VoluntEARS to create the Imagination Playground Family Play Activity at local primary schools in Shanghai’s Pudong District. Through this program, the resort VoluntEARS aim to inspire the children’s imagination while also encouraging families to get outside in the spring season and spend quality time together.

With support from local non-profit organization “Right To Play China”, Shanghai Disney Resort VoluntEARS, led by the resort’s new Ambassador Team will pay regular visits to local schools to build and create endless shapes and stories together with the young children and their families using big sponge blocks.

“It is our great pleasure to be part of the Disney VoluntEARS to create the Disney magic and happiness for not only our guests at Shanghai Disney Resort, but also families living in our communities,” said Chloe Zhou, one of the two recently named Ambassadors at Shanghai Disney Resort.

“We look forward to bringing more creative and engaging activities to the communities to continuously inspire the younger generation, while also to encourage young parents to spend more time with their children,” added Natalie Yao, another member of Shanghai Disney Resort’s Ambassador Team.

The new Shanghai Disney Resort Ambassador Team, recently selected from the over 10,000 Cast Members in the resort, will serve a two-year term from 2017 to 2018, during which the team will represent Cast Members of Shanghai Disney Resort and spread goodwill in the community. They will also continue to lead Disney VoluntEARS programs to present the resort’s commitment to local communities.

The prestigious Disney Ambassador role dates back to 1964, when Walt Disney sought a representative for the 10th Anniversary of Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California. The legendary program continued to evolve in the last 50 years and has been introduced to Disney destinations around the world. Each Disney destination selects their own Disney Ambassadors from their Cast to serve as the emissary of goodwill, sharing the magic, inspiration, and optimism of Disney. The tradition has been introduced to Shanghai Disney Resort two years ago with its first Ambassador, Jennie Xu, being introduced in early 2015.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 27 mars 2017.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mer 5 Avr 2017 - 17:05

Vous saviez que Shanghai Disney Resort allait bientot avec 3 ou 4 petits freres en chine ?

Non, bien sur, parce que ce n'est pas le cas.

Cependant, c'est ce qu'a fait croire Meng Dekai qui fut, jusqu'à ce 29 mars, le Directeur des Operations Speciales à l'International chez Disney

Cet employé de Disney a en effet conclu des accords avec au moins 3 regions Chinoises pour le developpement de Parcs Disney. Tout cela, bien sur, sans l'aval de la direction ...

Pour ce faire, Mr Meng a crée au moins 21 societés utilisant l'ideogramme "DI" utilisé pour le mot "Disney", (autrement dit, 21 filliales illegales de la marque)

Apparemment le succés de Shanghai donne des idées à certains, au sein meme de Disney, et cela sans compter les parcs qui ouvrent en plagiant des personnages comme blanche neige, captain america, ou des personnages Starwars

pour lecture http://www.wdwinfo.com/news-stories/former-disney-employee-made-unauthorized-park-deals-in-china/


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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Dim 9 Avr 2017 - 1:17

Shanghai Disney Resort lance sa première saison Pascale à Shanghai Disneyland et Disneytown (du 7 au 16 avril 2017) :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Brightens Spring Season with Egg-tastic Celebration

Shanghai Disney Resort is bringing even more magic and happiness to its first-ever spring season by hosting an egg-tastic celebration for guests of all ages. From today through April 16, guests can enjoy a special set of Easter-inspired events and entertainment to match the vitality of the season. With colorful spring egg painting and spring coloring activities, unique new character moments, including a new bunny-themed dance experience with Judy Hops, and novel food and beverage offerings, the special Easter-styled festival at Shanghai Disney Resort offers a bright and lively way to celebrate the season.

During the festival, guests can take part in Shanghai Disney Resort’s first egg scavenger hunt in Shanghai Disneyland and Disneytown. Eighteen oversized egg sculptures, carefully decorated to evoke the look and charm of popular Disney characters, have been hidden throughout Gardens of Imagination, Mickey Avenue and nearby Disneytown. To participate in the scavenger hunt, guests must discover the hidden eggs, snap a happy photo of, or with, the sculpture and upload their photos to Shanghai Disney Resort’s official WeChat account. The egg expedition offers a fun way for families and friends to spend a spring visit to the resort.

In Disneytown, guests will enjoy additional egg-inspired activities throughout the 10-day festival, including colorful spring egg painting and spring coloring that will capture the imagination of children while adults relax amidst the natural beauty of the Lakeshore district in the springtime or enjoy exclusive seasonal shopping and dining experiences. Stores and restaurants throughout Disneytown will feature their own Easter-themed activities for kids and adults, with special spring discounts and festive giveaways.

What’s more, Disneytown visitors will have the chance to witness surprise appearances from popular characters, like Judy Hops and Goofy. Fridays through Sundays, Judy Hops will lead guests in interactive renditions of “Bunny Hop!” before snapping photos with friends. During the rest of the weekdays, Goofy will entertain guests with his own dance moves.

Adding yet another element of delight to the seasonal experience at Shanghai Disney Resort, special new spring-themed food and beverage offerings were rolled out today across the resort. The delectable, limited-time treats, like mango cheesecake, hot cross buns, chocolate cupcakes, fruit cupcakes, rabbit-shaped sausage bread, butter cake, and more, feature picture-perfect spring designs that guests of all ages will adore.

This month, the egg-tastic celebration at Shanghai Disney Resort offers families and friends the ideal way to enjoy all the color, liveliness and excitement of the spring season, in magical Disney style.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 7 avril 2017.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Dim 9 Avr 2017 - 21:47



C'est juste magnifique et un plaisir à regarder !

Merci pour ces photos !


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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 14 Avr 2017 - 12:13

A l'occasion de la Journée internationale de la Terre (le 22 avril) qui s'inscrit elle-même dans le cadre du Mois de la Terre (avril), Shanghai Disney Resort lance un programme d'activités contribuant à promouvoir la préservation de la Nature à découvrir à Shanghai Disneyland et Disneytown à partir du 20 avril 2017 :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Launches Earth Month Celebration to Inspire the Spirit of Conservation

Broadway Musical THE LION KING to Present a Special Charity Show to Promote Awareness of Wild Animal Protection

In the lead up to Earth Day on April 22, Shanghai Disney Resort will kick off “Celebrate Earth”, a series of exciting environmental-themed activities at the newest Disney destination to celebrate Earth Month with guests and Cast. As a highlight of this year’s celebration, the resort will launch the Join the Herd Wildlife Conservation Campaign on April 20 in partnership with WildAid, an environmental non-profit organization, and the China Wildlife Conservation Association, to promote public awareness of the protection of elephants and other endangered wild animals, and the eradication of the commercial trade in ivory.

On April 20, THE LION KING, which recently celebrated its 300th performance at Walt Disney Grand Theatre, will present a special charity performance with a red carpet arrival before the show.  Guests will be able to experience The Circle of Life together with Jiang Jinfu, celebrity ambassador of WildAid.  Guests of this special show will also have the opportunity to join a lucky-draw to win round-trip flight tickets from Shanghai to Xishuangbanna in Yunnan Province, sponsored by China Eastern Airline, where they can observe Asian elephants in the wild.  To support this meaningful conservation effort, a percentage of proceeds from ticket sales from this show will be donated to the China Wildlife Conservation Association to support wildlife protection in China.  Disney has a long history of supporting elephant conservation through the Disney Conservation Fund and has contributed more than 2.3 million USD to projects in 25 countries across Asia and Africa.

Since its early development stage, the resort has been rolling out Earth Month celebrations with Cast and community members through Disney VoluntEARS and many other Cast activities, encouraging everyone to make small changes to protect the environment and get connected with the nature. This April marks the first Earth Month celebration at the resort after opening, and a series of “Celebrate Earth” activities will be organized for Cast, community, and for the first time, Shanghai Disney Resort guests. In addition to THE LION KING charity show, beginning April 20, the resort will host the “Celebrate Earth” fair in both Disneytown and Shanghai Disneyland and run environmentally-friendly themed games for children, to promote conservation values among the young generation and their families.  

“Disney’s commitment to nature spans more than six decades, and the Disney Earth Month celebration each April has become an annual tradition that brings Cast, guests and the community members together to positively impact the planet,” said Philippe Gas, general manager of Shanghai Disney Resort. “We are excited to launch the ‘Join the Herd’ campaign this year in partnership with two key organizations to bring awareness to conservation efforts by leveraging Disney resources to inspire real action from our guests, Cast and the community to preserve the beauty of the earth together.”

“Public action is vital to protecting wildlife. Since its inception, China Wildlife Conservation Association has been devoted to ensuring sustainable wildlife conservation in China. Through events like Bird-Loving Week, Wildlife Conservation Week and other educational programs, we aim to raise public awareness on endangered wildlife species. Partnering with Shanghai Disney Resort, we are hoping to promote more engagement to drive a greater awareness among the general public,” said Li Qingwen, general secretary of China Wildlife Conservation Association.

“The illegal trade and global demand for ivory are seriously threatening the survival of elephants. Public awareness and inspiration are key to ending this trade and protecting elephants. We hope that through our partnership with Shanghai Disney Resort, those who have the chance to attend THE LION KING musical and visit the Celebrate Earth - Join the Herd Exhibition will not only enjoy the magnificent show but also be inspired to take action in protecting wildlife,” added Peter Knights, CEO of WildAid.

In its 19th year, THE LION KING remains ascendant as one of the most popular stage musicals in the world.  Since its Broadway premiere in 1997, 24 global productions have been seen by more than 85 million people. Having played on every continent except Antarctica, THE LION KING’s worldwide gross exceeds that of any film, Broadway show or other entertainment title in box office history.  The first-ever Mandarin production has been running exclusively at the Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown since its premiere on June 14, 2016.  THE LION KING uses dynamic choreography, intricately designed masks and puppets, to transport the audience to the sprawling African Pride Lands full of gazelle, zebra, elephants, and excitement. From April 20 to May 7, a Join the Herd Wildlife Photography Exhibition will be open to the public in the lobby of the Walt Disney Grand Theater. More than 20 wildlife photographs, along with short films produced by WildAid, will be showcased to help guests better understand the natural habitat of the animals which inspired the characters in THE LION KING. An ivory free pledge wall will also be installed for guests to show their support for the campaign.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 14 avril 2017.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 21 Avr 2017 - 17:41

En cette veille de la Journée internationale de la Terre, Shanghai Disney Resort nous en apprend d'avantage sur l'implication du resort dans la préservation de la Nature et l'environnement en Chine :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Hosts “Join the Herd” Wildlife Conservation Campaign

Shanghai Disney Resort today launched a three-week Join the Herd Wildlife Conservation Campaign in partnership with WildAid and the China Wildlife Conservation Association. The campaign opened with the showing of a special charity show of the Mandarin production of the Broadway musical THE LION KING to a full house at the 1200-seat Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown. The highly-acclaimed musical, which features a range of African animal characters, recently celebrated its 300th performance and is one of the longest-running Broadway shows ever in China.

The performance was well-received with the audience who were inspired by the story of the young lion, Simba, in the sprawling African Pride Lands and his determination to protect the Circle of Life. The story resonated strongly with the wild-life conservation theme of the Join the Herd campaign. A percentage of proceeds from ticket sales from today’s charity show will be donated to the China Wildlife Conservation Association to support wildlife protection in China.

Before THE LION KING, a panel discussion was hosted with representatives from the China Wildlife Conservation Association, WildAid and Shanghai Disney Resort, as well as WildAid celebrity ambassador Jiang Jinfu, with each sharing their understanding and support for the ban on trade in ivory and the Join the Herd initiative.

As part of the campaign, the Join the Herd Wildlife Photography Exhibition was also launched today and will remain open to the public until May 7 in the lobby of the Walt Disney Grand Theatre. Throughout the exhibition period, guests can view wildlife photographs and short films to increase their awareness of the importance of wild animals’ conservation and the global fight against the ivory trade. Top local celebrities including Lang Lang, Lin Chiling, Jiang Jinfu, Jiang Yiyan, Li Guangjie, Li Zhiting, Zhang Tianai, Yuan Shanshan, Fu Xinbo, Jiang Mengjie, and Wang Yuanke will speak out for wildlife as the ‘guardians’ through a specially made video, inviting the public to join the herd to save elephants and wildlife.

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A panel discussion on wildlife conservation was hosted with representatives from Shanghai Disney Resort, the China Wildlife Conservation Association and WildAid, together with WildAid celebrity ambassador Jiang Jinfu. Participants signed their names to show support for the Join the Herd Campaign and call for public action

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Philippe Gas, general manager of Shanghai Disney Resort and Jiang Jinfu, WildAid celebrity ambassador took to the red carpet to watch THE LION KIING charity show and support the Join the Herd campaign

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While walking the red carpet, WildAid ambassador Jiang Jinfu, and leaders from Shanghai Disney Resort and WildAid signed their names to show support for the campaign, encouraging more public action on the topic.

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From April 20 to May 7, the Join the Herd Wildlife Photography Exhibition will remain open to public at the Walt Disney Grand Theatre to increase public awareness on wildlife protection and eradication of the commercial ivory trade.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 21 avril 2017.

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Shanghai Disney Resort Promotes Environmental Awareness With A Series of Conservation Themed Activities

Xiao Tui, the magical recycle bin, makes its premiere at Shanghai Disneyland, “talking” to guests about environmental protection

In celebration of this year’s Earth Day on April 22, and as part of Disney’s Earth Month initiative, Shanghai Disney Resort is running a series of conservation-themed activities to promote environmental protection among its guests, Cast Members and in the local community. From today through May 1, guests visiting the resort can discover “Celebrate Earth” activities in both the resort’s theme park, Shanghai Disneyland, and its shopping, dining and entertainment area, Disneytown. Different fun and engaging environmental activities, under the six unique themes – “protect nature,” “reduce waste,” “use water responsibly,” “conserve fuel,” “conserve electricity,” and “use paper responsibility” – are designed for children and their parents to cultivate conservation awareness and actions.

As a highlight of this year’s Earth Month celebration at Shanghai Disney Resort, “Xiao Tui”, the magical recycle bin, made its premiere at Shanghai Disneyland to talk about conservation with guests and encourage everyone to take actions, including how they can make small changes in their lives to help protect the environment and also how to get connected with nature. Through “talking” about the environment and sharing tips with guests, the surprise appearance of Xiao Tui at the theme park’s Fantasyland attracted guests of all ages and is quickly becoming a new popular and educational entertainment experience at the resort.
 
Every year in April, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts celebrates “Earth Month” by hosting special events and activities throughout the month to inspire and motivate guests, Cast, and community members to learn more about how each of us can help protect the planet we share together. From its early development stage, Shanghai Disney Resort has embraced this Disney tradition by hosting Earth Month celebrations with Cast and community members through Disney VoluntEARS events and many other Cast activities. This year’s Shanghai Disney Resort Earth Month is being celebrated for the first time together with guests in Shanghai.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 21 avril 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 5 Mai 2017 - 15:13

Un dernier achat avant de prendre l'avion à l'aéroport International de Shanghai Hongqiao ? C'est désormais possible, les deux boutiques souvenirs du resort, annoncées en novembre dernier (voir page précédente), ont été inaugurées aujourd'hui !

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Shanghai Disney Resort Brings Magic to Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport with 2 new stores in Terminal 2

New Merchandise Shops Give Travelers a Taste of the Resort’s Immersive, Interactive Retail Offerings

Shanghai Disney Resort opened two new stores at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport to delight travelers of all ages. The shops are an extension of the resort’s vast retail offerings with authentic Disney ambiance and diverse merchandise that help travelers create tangible memories and find timeless Disney keepsakes.

To celebrate the grand openings, representatives from Shanghai Disney Resort, together with executives from the Hongqiao Airport, conducted an official ribbon cutting ceremony this morning. Mickey Mouse also made a surprise appearance to help commemorate the big moment.

“Shopping at Shanghai Disney Resort includes not only the memorable items guests can bring home with them, but also immersive Disney retail experiences unlike anywhere else in China,” said Philippe Gas, General Manager of Shanghai Disney Resort. “Today marks a major milestone as we expand those unique offerings outside our resort, with two new stores featuring exclusive Disney Parks merchandise and entertainment for travelers coming to and from the great city of Shanghai.”

Conveniently located outside of Gates 47 and 55 in the domestic departure Terminal Two of Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, both shops provide more than 400 products ranging from toys to home decor, souvenirs, accessories, foods to be gifted, costumes and apparel. The merchandise features a variety of Disney and Disney•Pixar popular characters and stories, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Cars, Frozen, Marvel, Toy Story, Disney Princess and more, plus exclusive Shanghai Disney Resort attraction-themed collections such as TRON and Pirates of the Caribbean. For a limited time, shoppers will also find special anniversary items on offer in celebration of the resort’s first year of operation in Shanghai. With the diverse merchandise selection, guests can now find the perfect last minute gift before their flight takes off.

Like all merchandise locations at Shanghai Disney Resort, these new stores were carefully designed to be entertaining and engaging, bringing something fresh and interactive for guests in a way that only Disney can. The stores bring to life the same kind of innovation and creativity that visitors see inside Shanghai Disneyland. The unique oval layout features bold Disney designs with Chinese-inspired motifs. The themed areas showcase popular Disney hits and make browsing the displays both fun and convenient for visitors.

Once inside the store, guests are not only attracted by the wide variety of merchandise offerings, but they also become immersed in the animated world of Disney as LED screens play four brand-new Disney animations developed for and shown exclusively at the new shops. As part of the immersive storytelling, guests can take part in a Disney castle-inspired fireworks game that elevates the shopping experience beyond guests’ imaginations. The castle game is an interactive experience where guests use body motion to trigger fireworks on the screen, lighting up the sky and revealing the castle. Disney music fills the air as the game progresses, and the game becomes more challenging the further the player proceeds, making it a fun activity for shoppers of all ages.

During the opening period, guests can enjoy a host of special offers, including limited-time discounts on Mickey and Minnie Mouse plush toys and free stickers for guests who participate in the interactive games. China Eastern Airline passengers and cardholders can enjoy additional special benefits and discounts at both locations.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 5 mai 2017.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 2 Juin 2017 - 0:55

C'est aujourd'hui 1er juin la Journée internationale de l'enfance et Shanghai Disney Resort en profite pour lancer le Disney Wish Program en Chine !

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Shanghai Disney Resort Celebrates International Children’s Day by Introducing Disney Wish Program to Mainland China

The establishment of Make-A-Wish® Shanghai was celebrated at Shanghai Disneyland earlier today

Today, in honor of International Children’s Day, Shanghai Disney Resort officially introduced the Disney Wish Program, through which the resort will be in collaboration with registered children’s charity organizations to support children with life-threatening medical conditions in mainland China, helping to make life-changing wishes come true for children when they need it most.
 
The resort also celebrated the official establishment of Make-A-Wish Shanghai with a ceremony hosted earlier this morning in front of Enchanted Storybook Castle at Shanghai Disneyland. Leadership from Shanghai Disney Resort and Make-A-Wish Shanghai, representatives from local non-profit organizations and communities, as well as Shanghai Disney Resort VoluntEARS joined in the celebration. Beloved Disney characters Mickey and Minnie also made a special appearance to commemorate the occasion with all guests.
 
“Disney has a long history creating magic for children and their families and it is our great pleasure to introduce the Disney Wish Program to Shanghai, which aims to bring hope and happiness to children in China with life-threatening medical conditions,” said Philippe Gas, general manager of Shanghai Disney Resort. “Disney shares the same spirit with Make-A-Wish of helping spread joy to children when they need it most, and this is the reason why we have supported the establishment of Make-A-Wish in Shanghai, which we will continue to work closely with to help make transformational wishes come true.”

Make-A-Wish is a globally-known network of non-profit organizations specializing in granting transformational wish experiences to children with critical illnesses. In the fight against a serious illness, each wish serves as a catalyst for renewed strength and encouragement for every child, family, and community involved in the journey.
 
The cooperation between Disney and Make-A-Wish dates back to 1981 when the then-newly launched Make-A-Wish organization decided to grant its first official wish to a child, whose wish was to visit Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Since then, more than 100,000 Disney wishes have been granted around the world, with over 9,000 granted every year – including experiences at Disney theme parks, voyages on Disney Cruise Line, meetings with Disney characters, and visits to TV and movie sets – making Disney the most popular request by Make-A-Wish children, and accounting for one of every two wishes granted worldwide.
 
Since June 2016 when the newest Disney resort opened in Shanghai, millions of children and their families have visited. The new resort is inheriting the Disney spirit of supporting local communities by carrying out a variety of community caring programs, often partnering with Chinese community partners. To celebrate and support the establishment of Make-A-Wish Shanghai, the resort is proud to introduce the Disney Wish Program in Shanghai, aiming to inspire more children in China, making their wishes come true.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 1er juin 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 16 Juin 2017 - 22:46

Représentation de charité par la troupe du Roi Lion à l'occasion du premier anniversaire de Shanghai Disney Resort :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Presents a Special Charity Showing of THE LION KING in Celebration of its First Anniversary

Resort brings care and magic to support Chinese children and families in need

Shanghai Disney Resort today presented a special charity show of the Mandarin production of the Broadway musical THE LION KING, celebrating its first anniversary with a full house at the Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown. The special event was planned in partnership with Shanghai Charity Foundation. The charity show is part of Shanghai Disney Resort’s long-term commitment to bring care and magic to support children and families in need in China.
 
“We are delighted to create unforgettable memories for these children and inspire their confidence and courage to continuously strive for a better tomorrow,” said Philippe Gas, general manager of Shanghai Disney Resort. “Since 2012, Shanghai Disney Resort has been committed to being a valuable community partner and active corporate citizen. This special showing of THE LION KING is one more way we can demonstrate how thankful we are to be a part of Shanghai as our VoluntEARS give back to this vibrant city.”

Since the premiere of the mandarin version of THE LION KING as Disney’s landmark musical event during the grand opening of Shanghai Disney Resort last June, this highly-acclaimed musical has resonated deeply with Chinese audiences and is one of the longest-running Broadway shows ever in China. The show tells the story of the brave and optimistic young lion Simba, who fearlessly fights to save the lives of many in his kingdom. The story is told through immersive show elements, including intricately designed masks and puppets, delighting and inspiring many in the audience who face challenges in their lives.  Today the show welcomed over 1,000 disadvantaged children and their caregivers from Shanghai Children’s Medical Center, Children’s Hospital of Shanghai, Children’s Hospital of Fudan University, and many districts of Shanghai. Shanghai Disney Resort VoluntEARS were also actively involved in providing onsite assistance.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 15 juin 2017.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Jeu 20 Juil 2017 - 19:27

Je vais suivre ce post vu qu'on envisage un séjour en mai ou juin 2018


Séjour en 1995 au santa fé, en 1999 au cheyenne, en 2009 première classe villepinte, 2012 formule 1 Clichy+hôtel sur Montévrain, 14 au 15 octobre 2013 séjour en solo au New York en pension complète.

Séjour du 9 au 10 janvier 2017 au santa fé en pension complète plus
Magnifique séjour du 2 au 5 juillet en hôtel première classe.
Séjour solo du 5 au 7 octobre logement via airbnb
Petit séjour du 14 au 17 janvier 2018 au cheyenne
Octobre 2018 direction Disney world, USO, Sea World, Grand canyon



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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Sam 2 Sep 2017 - 22:46

Pour la quatrième année consécutive, Shanghai Disney Resort participe au Festival du Tourisme de Shanghai dont l'édition 2017 débute la semaine prochaine.

Philippe Gas, directeur général de Shanghai Disney Resort a dévoilé une image conceptuelle du char "Magical Blast" qui représentera le resort lors de la traditionnelle parade qui défilera le dimanche 10 septembre :

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New Shanghai Disney Resort Parade Float Brings Disney Magic to the 2017 Shanghai Tourism Festival

In what has become a fan-favorite Shanghai Disney Resort tradition, this September the resort will introduce an enchanting new parade float for the 2017 Shanghai Tourism Festival, bringing magic and excitement to spectators in Shanghai and viewers from around the country. The newly designed parade float is named “Magical Blast” and is designed to delight guests with authentically Disney magic and distinctly Chinese charm.

“Shanghai continues to rapidly develop as a world-class tourism destination and the 2017 Shanghai Tourism Festival is a celebration of all the city has to offer,” said Philippe Gas, General Manager of Shanghai Disney Resort, “We look forward to bringing more unforgettable fun and entertainment to the Shanghai Tourism Festival parade, and to welcome guests from near and far to experience the magic of Shanghai Disney Resort.”  "We just celebrated one-year anniversary this year and are extremely proud of our achievements to date”,  said Philippe Gas, General Manager of Shanghai Disney Resort, “We have participated in the Shanghai Tourism Festival consecutively for the past three years, bringing immersive fun and entertainment to adults and children alike. We hope to continue to contribute toward the development of Shanghai as a world-class tourism destination in the future.”

Shanghai Disney Resort made its Shanghai Tourism Festival parade debut in 2014 and has participated in the event every year since. Shanghai Disney Resort’s debut float earned the “Most Popular Float of the Year” award, and the resort’s 2015 and 2016 floats have also been fan favorites with parade viewers.
 
This year’s Shanghai Disney Resort parade float, “Magical Blast”, incorporates intricate Chinese designs, including traditional Chinese knots and white clouds, symbolizing luck in local culture, melded with bright colors, modern, tropical patterns and exclusive Disney artwork that make this one of the resort’s most vibrant, colorful floats to date. Leading the way for the parade float are Mickey and Minnie Mouse who will be dressed ready for vacation in colorful resort-wear and will wave to the crowds along the Huai Hai Road route. A magnificent Disney castle will be the grand centerpiece of the float, representing the iconic Shanghai Disneyland Enchanted Storybook Castle. On either side of the float, visitors will be greeted by Donald Duck, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto and Chip & Dale. Two-dozen dancers will surround the float, bringing an added touch of charm and entertainment with their exciting choreography, and as the parade float passes by, onlookers will be serenaded with the song “Disney Blast.”

The float will makes its debut at the festival on September 10, 2017, making its way through throngs of happy parade onlookers through downtown Shanghai and watched by millions more from across China live on television. After the Shanghai Tourism Festival Parade, the Shanghai Disney Resort float will make other local appearances in Shanghai from September 11 to October 6, to further spread the Disney magic with fans, families and friends throughout Shanghai.

Shanghai Disney Resort - Le 1er septembre 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 4 Sep 2017 - 14:47

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Shanghai Disney Resort Delivers Safety Education to Students at Every Elementary School in Shanghai

Through fun and educational storytelling, Disney-themed animated educational films help raise safety awareness to local students

Starting this academic year, students in Shanghai local elementary schools will all have the opportunity to learn essential safety education through the Disney Wild About Safety - Safety Smart® film series. This series engages and educates children with loveable Disney characters and unique Disney storytelling.
 
During the Shanghai 2017 Academic Year Safety Education Week’s Kick-off Ceremony held at Xuhui District Qiuzhi Elementary School, Shanghai Disney Resort donated nearly 1,000 sets of Disney Wild About Safety - Safety Smart® film series DVDs and interactive materials, developed by Disney Publishing Worldwide, to the Shanghai Education Bureau, which will be delivered to all elementary schools and 16 local Education Bureaus in Shanghai. These materials will assist elementary school teachers to deliver useful knowledge concerning fire, water and transportation safety to students across Shanghai.
 
“At Shanghai Disney Resort, safety is at the heart of everything we do and we appreciate the opportunity to share the importance of safety to children at all of the elementary schools across Shanghai,” said Philippe Gas, general manager of Shanghai Disney Resort. “Our donation of the Disney Wild About Safety education packages will help deliver important and practical safety knowledge to children through our loveable characters and authentic Disney storytelling.”

Following the donation in the morning, Disney VoluntEARS, led by the Shanghai Disney Resort Ambassador Team, brought the “Disney Wild About Safety – Safety Smart On the Go!” to Jingan District Zhabei No.3 Central Elementary School, which marked the first time the resort team has brought transportation safety education to local school students. Through a screening of the animated educational video and engaging and informative games and activities, students were able to learn critical safety knowledge for different means of transportation. Each student received a “Disney’s Wild About Safety – Safety Smart On the Go!” certificate after the activity to recognize their new learnings about transportation safety. As a highlight of the event, the beloved Disney character Timon from the hit Disney animated film, THE LION KING, who also plays the leading role in the Disney Wild About Safety - Safety Smart® series film, made a surprise appearance at the school to meet the students.
 
The Disney Wild About Safety education package donated today consists of three safety topics that are essential for children, which are “Disney Wild About Safety – Safety Smart® About Fire”, “Disney Wild About Safety – Safety Smart® In the Water!”, and “Disney Wild About Safety – Safety Smart® On the Go!”.
 
Since 2012, Shanghai Disney Resort has been introducing the Disney Wild About Safety program to local communities, engaging and inspiring students’ safety skills and knowledge. The program, developed in cooperation with Underwriters Laboratories Inc. and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, was first introduced to the city’s Pudong District, where the resort was located, and is now covering all elementary schools in Shanghai, helping more children in the city to develop safety awareness in a fun and engaging way.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 4 septembre 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 8 Sep 2017 - 13:58

A l'occasion du Festival du Tourisme de Shanghai, Shanghai Disney Resort offre quelques réductions sur les billets d'entrée, l'achat de pass saisonniers et le renouvellement de pass annuels :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Introduces Special Offers to Celebrate the 2017 Shanghai Tourism Festival

To celebrate the 2017 Shanghai Tourism Festival which starts this weekend, Shanghai Disney Resort today announced two exciting new limited-time offers, delivering even more value to guests.
 
Children (1.4M and below), seniors (65 years old and above) and guests with disabilities will receive 50% off a one-day park ticket from September 13th to 30th, 2017. A 10% discount will be offered on the new Shanghai Disneyland Fall and Winter Seasonal Pass from September 8th to 18th. Also, from September 11th to September 18th, previous seasonal passholders will receive a 15% discount when they purchase a new pass. Quantities of the new Shanghai Disneyland Fall and Winter Seasonal Pass are limited.
 
As one of the most popular tourism destinations in China, Shanghai Disney Resort brings even more excitement to Shanghai residents and visitors by being part of the traditional city-wide promotions during the Shanghai Tourism Festival, in addition to celebrating the festival’s fun-filled parade with a magnificent float and live entertainment.
 
The new Shanghai Disneyland Fall and Winter Seasonal Pass offers tremendous value for guests by giving them the opportunity to experience the magic of Shanghai Disneyland and to celebrate the holiday seasons like never before. The Seasonal Pass special offer will be available exclusively on the official Shanghai Disney Resort Fliggy Flagship Store from September 8th to 10th, and then on other select sales channels starting September 11th, 2017. Guests who already purchased the new Seasonal Pass before September 8th will receive a magical spending bonus in their Alipay account in appreciation for their loyalty to the resort. Guests can contact the Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center at 400-180-0000 or 86-21-31580000 with any inquiries.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 8 septembre 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mar 12 Sep 2017 - 13:23

Si vous passez prochainement par Shanghai, sachez qu'un second Disney Store vient d'ouvrir dans le centre commercial HKRI Taikoo Hui Mall.

En complément des traditionnels articles issus des univers Disney, Pixar, Marvel et Star Wars, cette nouvelle boutique propose également des articles inédits comme M28 Mickey Collection, la première collection de mode haut de gamme exclusive à la Chine !

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Disney Store Celebrates Grand Opening of Second Store in Shanghai

The new store offers unique mix of locally and internationally designed products

Disney Store launches M28 Mickey Collection, an Exclusive High-end Fashion Collection

Disney Store today opened the doors of its newest store at the HKRI Taikoo Hui Mall in Shanghai. Located in one of the city's most vibrant shopping and entertainment hubs, Disney Store will provide consumers locally designed and exclusive merchandise and a uniquely Disney shopping experiences.

"We're committed to bringing consumers new, immersive retail experiences and high-quality products from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars," said Mr. Kermid Rahman, Vice President and General Manager of Disney Consumer Products and Interactive, China. "This new store complements our comprehensive retail offering that includes licensing and e-commerce and delivers a mix of unique locally and internationally designed products."

Opening celebrations include :

•The launch of Disney Store's first China-exclusive high-end fashion collection of bags called M28 Mickey Collection. The striking collection features a black theme color and Mickey's iconic white gloves as the key design element. The new collection signals Disney's ongoing push into high fashion in China.

•For the first two weeks of opening the store will feature an exclusive Golden Metallic Mickey Wall with 888 limited-edition metallic color Mickey plush key chains hung from ceiling to floor. The numbered key chains can be pre-ordered in the grand opening period of new store opening.

•To promote the new Disney Store opening, Disney Store and Mobike co-launched marketing campaign, rolling out special Mickey & Minnie Mobike across Shanghai. The Mall offers consumers a fun-filled Disney themed bike-riding experience which allows them to enter a lucky draw featuring gifts from Disney Store.

The interior of the new Disney Store features uniquely Disney images and immersive elements. A large LED screen at the entrance of the store will entertain customers with Disney stories and characters from across Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars in a special and interactive way.

Disney Store now has two locations in China – Shanghai Lujiazui Flagship Store and Disney Store at HKRI Taikoo Hui, Shanghai; and two online stores on Tmall – Disney.tmall.com and disneyfashion.tmall.com. The first Disney store in China, located in Lujiazui area, has become a popular shopping destination in Shanghai and a national landmark of retail and tourism since its opening.

The Walt Disney Company (China) Limited. - septembre 2017.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mer 13 Sep 2017 - 14:50

Halloween est de retour à Shanghai Disney Resort du 25 septembre au 31 octobre 2017 :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Celebrates Its First Resort-Wide Halloween Season

The resort expands Halloween to include Shanghai Disneyland, bringing new performances, activities and décor throughout the festive season

This year, the wicked fun of the Halloween season celebration is going to take place throughout the entire Shanghai Disney Resort from September 25 through October 31. The special fall festivities include brand new performances designed exclusively for Shanghai Disneyland’s inaugural Halloween extravaganza, along with family-friendly spooky surprises around every corner that make Shanghai Disney Resort among the best places to experience the fall.  For the first time ever at Shanghai Disney Resort, as part of the special Halloween dress-up tradition, guests of all ages will also be welcome to wear costumes during their visit.


Halloween-Inspired Atmosphere and Entertainment Like Never Before

Throughout the spook-tacular celebration, the decorations and new entertainment offerings in Shanghai Disney Resort will feature all the authentic elements of the Halloween season, delivering a mysterious and magical experience unlike anywhere else in Shanghai.

The resort will be cloaked in a vast array of Halloween colors and decorations, including exclusive Disney Character Jack-O-Lanterns, colorful fall foliage reminiscent of authentically Halloween scenes from around the globe, spindly spider webs that have been woven in the shape of Mickey Mouse, and many more eerie surprises and delightful Disney Halloween elements around every corner.

As dusk falls in Shanghai Disneyland, the night will come to life with the all-new, Villains’ Cavalcade, starring Hades [from Disney’s “Hercules”], Maleficent [from Disney’s “Maleficent”] and Dr. Facilier [from Disney’s “The Princess and the Frog”]. With the song “Friends on the Other Side” filling the night air, the three evil villains will captivate audiences along the moonlit parade route and set the tone for a nighttime of Halloween fun in the park!

As guests wander into Treasure Cove, they are likely to encounter phantom Ghost Pirates, inspired by Captain Salazar and his crew in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” They roam the area, seeking a crew to join them on their dark adventures. And at the Arena-E Stage in Tomorrowland, guests can gear up for a brand-new interactive dance party lead by a DJ and a live host introducing a series of music and dances inspired by the popular Guardians of the Galaxy franchise.




There will be tricks and treats for guests along Mickey Avenue where they can meet with Mickey Mouse and his pals dressed in their Halloween costumes, and take photos in front of the stylish photo backdrops.

Dressing Up For the Biggest Costume Event of the Year

In order to let guest immerse themselves in the Halloween atmosphere and really join the party, for the first time ever, Shanghai Disneyland is putting a limited-time exemption on its attire regulations and is welcoming guests of all ages to dress up as any character they like during the Halloween festival period. Guests are encouraged to learn more about the specific costume requirements on the Shanghai Disney Resort official platforms before their visit.

With the entire Sweethearts Confectionery and Marketplace in Disneytown transformed in to Halloween-themed shops, and a vast assortment of themed attire at shops throughout the resort, guests can also easily join the fun by finding the perfect outfit or accessory even after they arrive.

Celebrating the Many Tastes of the Halloween Season

Guests can also celebrate the magic of Halloween with Shanghai Disney Resort’s latest food and beverage offerings dressed up for the occasion. Collectible Devilish Mickey Drinks in Mickey Mouse-shaped Jack-O-Lantern cups will hold delicious new beverages making for a great memory and an exclusive new accessory for the 2017 Halloween season.

Halloween treats include whimsical sundaes with edible cookie cups, Baby Groot Breadmasks, Glow-stick Cotton Candy, that are a classic Halloween collectible, now with added Disney touches, and more. A new version of the popular Tomorrowland Cheeseburger-the Black Magic Cheeseburger will roll out for a limited time in buns turned as black as the night sky... Plus, guests can also enjoy a Halloween themed buffet at Lumiere’s Kitchen in Shanghai Disneyland Hotel.





The Latest Seasonal Merchandise for the Fall Festival

In honor of the first-ever Halloween celebration in Shanghai Disneyland, a new line of merchandise has also been rolled out for guests of all ages. The new collection includes Mickey-shaped Trick or Treat pumpkin buckets, Mickey and Minnie Mouse Halloween plushes in classically creepy costumes, adorable key chains with pumpkins, and magnets featuring frightful phrases. Halloween Mickey Mouse-ear headbands, witch hats, witch and wizard costumes, bright mugs with Halloween scenes and more, along with special family fleeces in a variety of sizes so that parents, friends, children and loved ones can stay warm this fall and take matching photos in Shanghai Disney Resort’s new Halloween attire.


First-Ever Evening Tickets on Offer for Shanghai Disneyland

Shanghai Disneyland is releasing its first-ever evening ticket offering only available during this Halloween season. The date-specific tickets at 275RMB will enable guests to enter the park after 4 p.m., from September 25 to October 31, except October 2 to 7. Guests can purchase the tickets through the Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center at 400-180-0000, at Shanghai Disneyland Ticket Booths and the Shanghai Disney Resort official WeChat account. For more official and authorized channels and ticket information, guests can refer to https://www.shanghaidisneyresort.com/en/ticket/.

Disneytown to Feature Special Halloween Décor and Entertainment

Disneytown will also come alive with more spooky Halloween decorations. Every Friday to Sunday from September 29 through October, and on October 30 and 31, guests can enjoy a series of weekend Character and DJ Dance Parties, and fun appearances by Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Guests will also be able to visit special venues hosting a variety of classic Halloween activities and treats from the World of Disney Store. More fun will be added to these weekends starting from October 13, when children up to 16 years of age can enjoy the fun tradition of trick-or-treating at participating stores in Disneytown.

Shanghai Disney Resort is dressing up to celebrate one of the most magical, mysterious and fun celebrations of the year. Guests of all ages are welcome to join the first resort-wide Halloween celebration and experience all the spooky surprises Shanghai Disney Resort has to offer.  



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La fondation Make-A-Wish fait ses débuts à Shanghai Disney Resort :

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Make-A-Wish Shanghai Grants Its Very First Wish at Shanghai Disney Resort

Elsa and her friend Olaf make a seven-year-old boy’s dream come true

Following the successful launch of Disney Wish Program on Children’s Day this year, Shanghai Disney Resort recently supported the very first wish granting from Make-A-Wish® Shanghai, hosting a seven-year-old boy and his family from China’s Anhui Province at Shanghai Disneyland and making his wish to meet Olaf from the hit Disney animated film Frozen come true.

This also marks the first official wish granted by the Disney Wish Program at Shanghai Disney Resort, launched earlier this year and designed to support children with life-threatening medical conditions in mainland China, helping to make life-changing wishes come true and bring hope, magic, and joy to children when they need it most.

“Disney’s history of wish granting began when Walt Disney opened Disneyland Park and hosted children from around the world, and we are pleased to bring this legacy to Shanghai,” said Philippe Gas, general manager of Shanghai Disney Resort. “We are proud to play a role in bringing smiles and laughter to wish children and their families, and will continue to work closely with approved nonprofit wish-granting organizations to help make transformational wishes come true.”

The first wish child, Yuanbao, currently undergoing treatment for tumor, had a dream to go to Shanghai Disneyland with his family, and meet his favorite Disney character Olaf from Disney’s hit animated film, Frozen. At the Royal Banquet Hall in the Enchanted Storybook Castle, Olaf together with his best friend Elsa, made a surprise appearance and greeted Yuanbao in person, making his magical dream finally came true. Together with his family, Yuanbao went on to spend several fun-filled hours at the theme park – sharing magical moments with Olaf and Elsa, riding Dumbo with Mickey Mouse, being the parade Grand Marshall with his parents, and receiving warm welcomes from all Cast Members from the resort.

“This first wish in Shanghai marks a great milestone for us and we are grateful to celebrate this milestone with such a dedicated friend, Shanghai Disney Resort,” said Jerry Huang, Chairman of Shanghai Make-A-Wish Charity Foundation. “We look forward to working together with Shanghai Disney Resort and community partners to continue to help inspire children in China to overcome challenges and believe that anything is possible.”

The Disney Wish Program is a collaboration between Disney and approved nonprofit wish-granting organizations that make wishes come true for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Over 9,000 Disney wishes are granted every year around the world with Make-A-Wish —including experiences at Disney Parks, voyages on Disney Cruise Line, character visits, Disney Store shopping sprees and visits to TV and movie sets.

Introduced to Shanghai on Children’s Day this year, Shanghai Disney Resort will work closely with local wish-granting organizations like Make-A-Wish Shanghai to lend our support and help families make lasting memories together, bringing comfort and smiles to wish children and families when they need it most.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 15 septembre 2017.

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