Shanghai Disneyland is reopening its gates following a lengthy closure.
You have likely seen that the Disney Parks are currently closed plastered all over the local and global news. While we are happy to know that Disney is looking out for everyone’s safety, this news put quite a damper on several families’ vacation plans.
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The current situation has had an immense impact on people across the globe. And even though Disney is a major company, they haven’t been immune to the effects. All of the Disney parks are currently closed, Disney Cruise Line sailings are halted until at least April 28th, and many other arms of the Walt Disney Company face an uncertain future. With a huge section of their business impacted, Disney has some hard decisions to make about how to move forward.
With the Lunar New Year being one of the most widely celebrated holidays in China, Shanghai Disney Resort has some bad news regarding this weekend’s festivities.
Due to the current public health crisis of a coronavirus outbreak in China, Shanghai Disney Resort is joining other public institutions in temporarily closing tomorrow in the interest of the public.
The 2019 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival doesn’t kick off until August 29th, but on the other side of the globe at Shanghai Disney Resort, the International Food and Drink Fest is in full swing and going until May 4th!
The Shanghai celebration of food and drink is held in the resort’s Disneytown and features 13 food booths inspired by world cuisines. [Read more…]