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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 28 Mar - 19:17

Pour y avoir séjourné ce mois-ci, je confirme qu'il s'agit d'une photo du Disney's Hollywood Hotel (que je trouve très beau, soit dit en passant Smile).


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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 28 Mar - 19:43

@samie a écrit:


Ne t'inquiète pas, il y a une petite erreur car ce n'est pas une photo d'une chambre du Disneyland Hotel de Shanghai mais bien du Disney's Hollywood Hotel de Hong Kong. A voir ici sur le site officiel: https://www.hongkongdisneyland.com/hotels/disneys-hollywood-hotel/rates-rooms/

Ha merci de l'info, je trouvais ça bizarre aussi quand on voit le hall de l'hôtel qui est magnifique et a un coté très "luxueux", à coté cette image de la chambre faisait hors sujet pour le coup. Aucun visuel des chambres n'a encore fuité ??
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 28 Mar - 21:01

Ce n'est pas la première fois que Disney utilise des photos provenant d'autres resorts pour illustrer certains hôtels ou attractions à venir.

Voici une photo d'une chambre du Shanghai Disneyland Hotel encore en cours d'aménagement :

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 28 Mar - 21:24

Haaaaa merci Vinc, le peu qu'on voit est plutôt prometteur je trouve, la forme des fenêtres, le gros hidden Mickey entre les deux lits, le château gravé sur la tête de lit, bon bha c'est décidé le mois prochain je réserve pour Mars 2017 Very Happy !
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mar 29 Mar - 0:55

Second article du Shanghai Daily sur l'ouverture des réservations pour Shanghai Disney Resort :

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Tickets for Disney resort, hotels sell out fast

ALL of the tickets for the opening day of the Shanghai Disneyland were sold out around noon yesterday, and all of the rooms at the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel have been booked until the end of June.

Tickets for the Disney’s first theme park on the Chinese mainland went on sale at midnight yesterday, 80 days ahead of the resort’s grand opening on June 16.

However, shortly after, buyers reported experienced difficulties getting the tickets.

The official website of Shanghai Disney Resort and its WeChat account kept showing there were no tickets available from for June 16 through September 13.

The ticket sales on the two official platforms went back to normal about 9:30am, and all the single and two-day tickets — including those for the opening day — became available.

Shanghai Disney Resort said the system was “overwhelmed for a short period of time” after getting more than 5 million hits in less than half an hour.

All of its ticketing channels — including the official website, WeChat, Alitrip Store and Reservation Center — went back to normal.

The resort’s Alitrip store had sold over 37,000 single-day tickets and more than 13,000 two-day tickets as of 11pm yesterday.

More than 10,000 people had purchased tickets on Ctrip as of noon yesterday and the peak of order appeared on midnight, it said.

The regular price of admission is 370 yuan (US$57).

Peak pricing for holidays and weekends, is 499 yuan, and this will apply from the opening until June 30.

Tickets are date-specific and provide access to all attractions and entertainment.

A local person surnamed Pan managed to purchase three two-day tickets for June 18 and 19, and book a room for a night at the Toy Story Hotel about 11am yesterday through the official WeChat account. The total cost was 4,277 yuan.

“I was trying through both the official website and the WeChat account overnight, but failed,” he said.

All of the tickets for the opening day had sold out by 11:30pm, while all the rooms for the other hotel at the resort — the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel — were also sold out until about June 28.

The tickets for the Lion King production at the Walt Disney Grand Theater at Disneytown was also popular.

The ticket prices for the first Mandarin version of the production cost 290 to 1,000 yuan.

After tickets for the opening day sold out on the official website, an online store named LangQiBoYi sold a ticket for June 16 by 3,899 yuan.

The shop owner told Shanghai Daily it was the only way to get the tickets on the opening day. He asked the reporter to pay and promised to send the tickets through the SF Express.

However, there so far has no physical ticket to the Disneyland and all the buyers will only receive an e-mail confirmation or an SMS text message.

Another online store claimed it was an authorized travel agency and offered a price of 1,600 yuan for a night at a Disney hotel and two tickets for the opening day.

The management of the resort has said guests should only purchase park tickets from the authorized channels to guarantee that guests purchase official and valid tickets to Shanghai Disneyland.

A full list of official travel partners can be found on the Shanghai Disney Resort website.

Meanwhile, the resort yesterday introduced actress Sun Li, pianist Lang Lang and ex-basketball player Yao Ming as honorary ambassadors.

The three will be a part of the celebratory events leading up to the grand opening day.

Philippe Gas, general manager of the resort, gave each of the ambassadors a “Storytellers” statue as a symbol of appreciation, respect and admiration.

The design of the miniature statues was inspired by a landmark statue that will be found at Shanghai Disneyland, a bronze cast of Walt Disney alongside Mickey Mouse.

In addition, rooms at hotels at or nearby the resort were sold out quickly as well.

“I tried to book a room at Shanghai Disneyland Hotel for June 16 night, but found all rooms were sold out when I made a reservation at Alitrip at 12:12am today,” said Angela Hu, a local mother who wanted to take her son to the resort on the opening day. She had successfully bought three tickets for the opening day.

“One of my friends made an order for the same night, but her order was cancelled later,” she said.

“I had to turn to another room at Toy Story Hotel,” she said.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mar 29 Mar - 1:08

Shanghai Disney Resort a désigné trois ambassadeurs honoraires, trois personnalités chinoises : l'actrice Sun Li, le pianiste Lang Lang et l'ancien joueur de basketball Yao Ming !


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Le Shanghai Daily propose ce jour un article sur la promotion du parc, avec en interview du Director of consumer insights et du Director of Marketing.

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AS Disney prepares to open its newest destination in Shanghai, the US entertainment giant is poised for a major breakthrough in the Chinese market. But beyond the brand’s most iconic properties, which many Chinese know and love, few are familiar with what Disney truly represents. Among those working to introduce Disney in its entirety to local visitors are Eddie Chien and Wayne Huang.

Chien, director of consumer insights for the Shanghai Disney Resort, is responsible for collecting consumer data that can inform marketing decision-making. Meanwhile, Huang, the Director of Marketing at the resort, focuses on promoting Disney culture to Chinese consumers, a job that includes creating content for social media, television and other channels.

“Our research showed that although the Disney brand is well-known in China, most Chinese people only know characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck,” said Chien. “So we hope that through our work, we could introduce more of Disney’s characters and stories to Chinese consumers.”

Fortunately for the company’s marketers though, Chien and his team have also found that expectations for the new resort are running high among would-be Chinese visitors. Many believe it will provide a one-of-a-kind theme park experience.

One slogan used to promote the park is “Authentically Disney, Distinctively Chinese.” This catchphrase is based on extensive market research, and is meant to reflect the desire of many Chinese for an experience that both resonates with their culture and also captures the essence of Disney’s trademark magic.

To name one instance of where this concept is brought to life, the park will feature an interactive area where Donald Duck will practice tai chi with a Chinese master. Visitors can play along to develop their balance and flexibility.

“Donald Duck’s moves will be entertaining,” said Chien. “And I bet people will like it, as it is a cultural combination of China and Disney.”

A “Vintage Shanghai” theme was also used to develop some of the resort’s buildings and merchandise. Meanwhile, throughout the resort, visitors will find many examples of Disney elements mixed with classic Chinese motifs.

But beyond the references to Chinese culture, both Chien and Huang see Disney’s many compelling characters and properties as key to connecting with local people.

In a recent promotional video, people of all ages are shown having fun with Captain Jack Sparrow and his pirate ship, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Cinderella’s iconic blue ball gown and the TRON Lightcycle attraction built in Tomorrowland. The promo ends with a Chinese translation of the slogan “Ignite the magical dream with your heart” shown above the Enchanted Storybook Castle .

This slogan was one of the first Huang worked on when he joined Disney. He cites research done by Chien as a major source of inspiration.

“At other Disney resorts, the marketing slogan is often about dreams coming true,” said Huang. “But we found that the definition of ‘dream’ is somewhat different in China.”

According to Huang, the term “magical dream” is meant to conjure an association with innocence, imagination, curiosity and other youthful qualities that are forgotten or concealed when people grow up. By coming to the resort, guests can reconnect with these lost qualities.

Both Chien and Huang have extensive experience in marketing. Still, like many other Chinese professionals who came aboard the Disney project in Shanghai, they learned much and faced many new challenges while working with the company.

“I think the biggest challenge for us was to give consumers an experience where they could not only enjoy the attractions, have great food and buy souvenirs, but also learn something at the resort,” said Huang.

Fortunately, the company’s collaborative culture helped them overcome such obstacles.

“To open up the Shanghai resort, people from all over the world came to Shanghai to help us. Here in our Shanghai team, everyone is eager to help each other without reservation,” explained Chien. “In my previous workplace, people didn’t always work that way and often looked after their own interests.”

Chein, Huang and their colleagues are now eagerly awaiting the park’s June opening date. For them, the biggest reward for all their hard work will be seeing the smiling faces of the first visitors.

“I would be very proud to go into the resort with my family, and tell them that I’m part of this,” said Huang.

By Lu Feiran | April 8, 2016, Friday |Shanghai Daily
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Sam 9 Avr - 11:51

Wayne Huang, directeur du marketing à Shanghai Disney Resort, cité dans l'article du Shanghai Daily (voir message précédent) :

Mickey Mouse et Wayne Huang (Directeur du marketing, Shanghai Disney Resort).
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Shanghai Disney Resort entame aujourd'hui une nouvelle campagne promotionnelle avec une exposition itinérante donnant un avant goût du resort au grand public, des attractions et spectacles du parc Shanghai Disneyland aux deux hôtels officiels et la zone de divertissement de Disneytown et son spectacle musical "The Lion King" (en chinois mandarin).  

La présentation multimédia est complétée par quelques prestations sur scène (quatre fois par jour à 11h00, 14h00, 16h30 et 19h30).

Après Shanghai (jusqu'au 17 avril), la tournée s'arrêtera à Nankin (capitale de la province du Jiangsu), Hangzhou (capitale de la province du Zhejiang) et Pékin (capitale de la République populaire de Chine).  


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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mar 12 Avr - 6:07

Pour compléter les infos de @Vinc :

Le show sur scène avec Mickey et Minnie n'est produit que le week end.

Pour Shanghai, l'expo se tient dans le mall luxueux Grand Gateway 66 du quartier commercial de Xujiahui.

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En scannant ce QR Code avec WeChat, Shanghai Disneyland offre un cadeau (magnet ou tsum tsum)


Les dates de cette expo selon les villes.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mer 13 Avr - 14:04

Quelques chiffres intéressants dans cet article du Shanghai Daily :

* La Chine a connu un boom entre 1997 et 2002 avec l'ouverture de nouveaux parcs d'attractions chaque semaine pour totaliser 1500 parcs à travers le pays !

* 80% des parcs d'attractions chinois ont fermés au cours des dix dernières années !

* Il en reste encore trois cents en activité dont seul 10% réalisent des bénéfices ! (70% affichent des pertes et 20% atteignent péniblement le seuil de rentabilité).

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Girding up to face the new kid on the block

SHANGHAI mother Hu Linfei was glued to her computer screen at midnight on March 28, intent on grabbing three tickets for the opening of Shanghai Disneyland in June.

“I want to take my eight-year son because he is eager to go to the theme park and will be very disappointed if I don’t get us tickets,” she explained.

Indeed, when the tickets first went on sale, they were snapped up quickly. Hu managed to buy three tickets for the opening day, but failed to book a room at the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel.

Disneyland craze has hit Shanghai, a phenomenon being watched carefully by the operators of other theme and amusement parks in the city.

It’s a crowded field. A flurry of new parks opened between 1997 and 2002 in China. Some expanded and thrived. Others fell by the wayside. By 2010, the market had cooled.

About 80 percent of theme parks in China have closed in the last 10 years, according to a report on the industry.

There are now about 300 theme parks in China, each with more than 50 million yuan (US$8.1 million) invested. Seventy percent are operating in the red, while 20 percent barely make ends meet, said Wei Xiao’an, a researcher in the Tourism Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

The remaining 10 percent of parks are profitable and have a popular profile, he said.

Shanghai Disneyland is expected to attract 10 million people this year after it opens on June 16. By comparison, Shanghai Happy Valley and Maya Water Park, two signature theme parks in the city, received a combined 2.9 million visitors in 2014, while the landmark Jinjiang Amusement Park had about 2 million through the turnstiles.

“Disney is the originator of global theme parks, and no theme park in China will be able to endure head-on competition with it,” said Ding Yicheng, general manager of the Jinjiang Amusement Park.

Just 30 years ago, Shanghai had no amusement parks. When Jinjiang Park opened in the mid-1980s, it quickly became a must-visit site for local children and a classic venue for annual spring and autumn school outings. But the heyday didn’t last. The park began to lose its allure in 1995.

Although many in the industry say the opening of Shanghai Disneyland may distract many visitors from other parks, not everyone is pessimistic.

“Shanghai Disneyland and theme parks native to China have different target populations, and their admission prices are also quite different,” said Liu Deyan, associate professor at the Shanghai Institute of Tourism at Shanghai Normal University.

Shanghai Disney resort may attract more families with children, while Shanghai Happy Valley is more popular among youngsters seeking thrills, she said.

Then too, she noted, there are sites such as the Songcheng Park in Hangzhou, which specialize in history, with its clusters of ancient structures and displays of the splendor of the Song Dynasty (960 AD-1279). Such parks can be quite mesmerizing for culture lovers.

Online travel operator Ctrip said families of three, including a child, form the major group of ticket bookings for Disneyland, based on its observation. Booking orders to date have come from more than 60 cities across China, with Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou topping the list.

Still, for out-of-town visitors, there are options when Disneyland tickets are unobtainable.

“Theme parks in China have experienced several rounds of elimination, and those that have survived are competitive and well-known,” said Liu.

The opening of Shanghai Disneyland will prompt other theme parks to upgrade their facilities and improve their services, she added.

Indeed, several theme parks in the city are already moving toward a more competitive footing.

“The Beauty of the Lake,” a live waterfront multimedia show, will debut at Shanghai Happy Valley this summer. The park is already working on its third stage of development, with three European-style boutique hotels included in the 700-million-yuan plan. Also this summer, a second, 30,000-square-meter phase at the Maya Water Park is scheduled to open.

“Chinese theme parks are more familiar with local culture and market demand, which is an advantage of us,” said Yue Feng, deputy general manager at Happy Valley.

The Jinjiang Amusement Park is also working on new theme events. The park once recreated Taiwan’s famous Shilin Night Market and hosted an event based on the Japanese classic animation “Detective Conan.” Both attracted big crowds.

“We will follow our own development path,” said manager Ding. “Theme parks should complement each other instead of competing against one another. The opening of Disneyland will bring more tourists to Shanghai, which means a bigger market. Whether we can grasp the opportunity and share the market through differentiation is the key.”

In fact, local theme park operators said they might learn a thing or two about management and operations from the proximity of Disney, an acknowledged leader in the industry.

For its part, Changzhou Dinosaur Land is accelerating the creation of new dinosaur animations, toys and performances. The park is in talks with travel agencies on how to attract some of the increased numbers of tourists expected because of Disneyland.

The spillover effect is already in evidence, travel agencies said.

During the three-day Qingming Festival holiday this month, Songcheng Park in Hangzhou, Hengdian Film-TV Park and Changzhou Dinosaur Land were among the top 10 most popular scenic destinations in East China, while the Overseas Chinese Town East Amusement Park, Chimelong Safari Park and Shenzhen Happy Valley were also in the top 10 popular tourism attractions in South China, according to Ctrip.

Online travel site Lvmama also said Beijing Happy Valley and Dalian Laohutan Ocean Park attracted big crowds during the holiday.

“Shanghai Disneyland’s imminent opening contributed to a boom in theme park interest,” it said.

Operators of other theme parks in Shanghai have only to look at Ocean Park in Hong Kong for encouragement.

In the first year after Disneyland opened in Hong Kong, Ocean Park had a 9-percent rise in visitor numbers and a 31-percent boost in revenue. It thrived because of intensive marketing, discounts and expansion of new projects. It also cooperated with hotels, travel agencies and transport companies to convince tourists to visit Ocean Park after seeing Disneyland.

In Shanghai, the advent of Disneyland isn’t creating a slowdown in the amusement park industry. Rather, it may be spurring it on. A new polar theme park is expected to open in the Pudong New Area next year.

Shanghai Daily - 13 avril 2016.

Pour plus d'informations sur le parc mentionné en toute fin d'article qui doit ouvrir en 2018 à proximité de Shanghai Disney Resort (et non l'année prochaine comme mentionné dans l'article) : http://www.disneycentralplaza.com/t47208-chine-shanghai-haichang-polar-ocean-world-2018
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Now Hiring : 10,000 Chinese to Create Some Magic at Shanghai Disney

Zhou Jian, a 26-year-old folk dancer, dreams of a stage career, and he believes the Magic Kingdom can help him get there.

Zhou recently made the 14-hour journey by train from Shanxi, China, to attend a jobs fair in Shanghai, where he hopes to land work at Walt Disney Co.’s 963-acre, $5.5 billion resort set to open June 16. He covets a role in the “Lion King” musical production that will be performed in Mandarin for the first time.

“I want to be famous before 30 years old,” he said. “I’ve performed on big and small stages for several years and haven’t made much progress. Disney is a world-famous brand. I thought it would be a very good stage for me.”

Disney has been using brand cachet to its advantage during a four-year recruiting drive to staff up at Shanghai Disneyland. It’s the company’s sixth park worldwide, and Chief Executive Robert Iger called it the company’s greatest business opportunity since founder Walt Disney bought land in central Florida in the 1960s.

It’s also a massive management challenge: Iger said last year the park would employ about 10,000 workers in an economy where rapid-fire turnover and uneven customer service can be challenges for multinational corporations.

Standards ‘Gap’

“The focus on customer service is very important for Disney, but there is still a huge gap between their standard and normal Chinese standards,” said Sara Wong, Kelly Services’ Hong Kong director of recruitment process outsourcing. “They are not hiring 10 people, they are hiring 10,000.”

Disney recruited heavily from the Chinese hospitality, retail and food and beverage industries and then trained its new hires to run a park with myriad attractions, musical acts and all manner of retail outlets.

“The theme-park industry is relatively small, so there are limited resources available,” said Chris Yoshii, vice president for economics in the Asia-Pacific region for the industry consultancy Aecom. “I don’t know of any universities that offer theme-park operations programs.”

There currently are about 8,000 workers at the Shanghai park, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. Hiring for park and hotel operations, food and beverage outlets and merchandise sales started in October, the people said, asking not to be identified because the information isn’t public.

‘Busted Bulbs’

Burbank, California-based Disney said in an e-mail its pay is on par with the local market and reflects the worker's role.

Disney will be aiming to set a new high bar for service in China, where local parks’ standards of cleanliness, maintenance and customer service are generally lower than international operators’, said Yoshii, who’s based in Hong Kong. Disney opened a Hong Kong park in 2005, yet it’s less than a third the size of the Shanghai project and in a city where the workforce is more internationalized.

“It’s common to see a lack of upkeep, like peeling, faded paint and busted light bulbs,” Yoshii said of Chinese theme parks. “There’s also a lack of engagement by staff with visitors, as opposed to the norm in Disneyland, where staff proactively greet and help people and are even expected to break into song and do impromptu performances.”

Companies typically screen seven applicants for every job, recruiting agencies said -- meaning Disney sorted through about 70,000 applications for Shanghai.

Orlando Training

Back in 2012, Disney focused on filling 100 openings for highly skilled specialists in engineering, design and other fields to assist with construction. Two years later, Disney recruiters kicked off a campus roadshow to Shanghai, Zhejiang, Anhui and Henan to target talented students for management.

About 200 went on a two-month internship at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, training alongside Americans. They were all offered jobs with the Shanghai park after the internship.

Later that year, Disney began recruiting 1,000 performers from art schools and performing troupes as singers, dancers and musicians. During the University of Southern California’s global conference in Shanghai in October, Iger said he met with 1,000 Shanghai recruits who went to Florida.

“I detected not only a great enthusiasm and curiosity, but a real love of Disney, and that made me feel great,” he said.

Job Fairs

Disney organized job fairs to hire thousands of waiters, cooks, cleaners and costumed street performers. And the company cast a wide net, regardless of past experience, in hiring, Wong said.

“They had no limitations on experience or background, even people coming from a factory would be considered,” she said. “What they wanted was the attitude: the friendly, open quality that would fit into their culture.”

Disney also is using training, benefits and perks (including free passes) as lures rather than base compensation, which from a multinational company is likely to be lower than Chinese state-owned companies, said Kimberly Hubble, executive general manager for recruitment process outsourcing in Asia at Sydney-based Hudson.

Those who have accepted job offers cite an 8,000 yuan ($1,237) monthly salary for an entry-level job.

“Disney would give me some security in life” because it provides health and workplace injury insurance, a housing allowance and a one-month bonus, Zhou said. “And there are lots of different types of jobs at Disney. If I don’t want to dance in the future, I could change to another role.”

Competition Coming

Disney should be prepared for turnover rates of between 30 percent to 40 percent, recruitment agencies said. Neither the benefits nor the brand would retain ambitious workers seeking better pay packages, said Y.C Tong, vice-president of talent acquisition at China RPO group in Hong Kong.

Good quality people, once they work for an organization like Disney and gain experience, have a tendency to leave,” he said. “Moving from one job to another is how they increase their compensation at a very fast pace.”

Also, Shanghai Disney will face greater competition from local rivals. Industry consultancy Aecom estimated that 59 new theme parks will open by 2020, serving an estimated 220 million park-goers. That’s roughly the size of the entire U.S. market right now.

The Shanghai region looks set to become the Orlando of China, with five mega-projects to open there, Aecom said. DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc has a $2.4 billion DreamCenter scheduled for 2017; Haichang Ocean Park Holdings will open China’s largest marine park that year; and Six Flags Entertainment Corp. will open its first park outside North America in 2019.

Zhou, meanwhile, returned home to Shandong and is waiting to find out whether his ticket into the Magic Kingdom has been punched. He got a callback after his initial interview.

With Shanghai Disney set to open in less than three months, Zhou knows his chances are slim, but he’s hopeful. His strategy now? “Keeping busy and waiting to hear from Disney.”

Bloomberg - 12 avril 2016.
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Pour compléter les posts du 8 et 12 avril ci-avant :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Themed Exhibition Embarks on a Journey through China, With First Stop in Shanghai

Counting Down to the Grand Opening, Tickets Now on Sale

The exciting Shanghai Disney Resort Themed Exhibition launches this month, debuting in Shanghai and traveling through China. Guests can visit a magical Disney exhibition inside local malls, part of the celebration leading up to the resort’s official opening on June 16. The first stop of the exhibition will transform Grand Gateway 66 into a special Shanghai Disney Resort experience from April 8-17. The entertaining exhibition will showcase the creative highlights of the resort through themed exhibits, interactive multi-media presentations, lively performances and special Disney Character interactions.

Shanghai Disney Resort will officially open to guests on June 16, 2016. The resort will comprise Shanghai Disneyland, a theme park with six themed lands, as well as Disneytown, two world-class resort hotels, Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and Toy Story Hotel, and the Wishing Star Park recreational area. As the first Disney resort in Mainland China, Shanghai Disney Resort incorporates the relentless innovation and famous creativity of Disney in a truly magical and one-of-a-kind travel destination that is both authentically Disney and distinctly Chinese.

The traveling Shanghai Disney Resort Themed Exhibition will make stops in five major cities throughout China, including Shanghai. At each stop, local families and friends will be invited to enjoy a sneak preview of the unique Disney storytelling experiences and innovative attractions and entertainment, all of which have been created especially for Chinese guests. The exhibition will inspire excitement for the grand opening and will help guests of all ages understand how a visit to the new Shanghai Disney Resort will “Ignite the Magical Dream” within their hearts.

At the magical Disney experience inside Grand Gateway 66, guests will embark on a fun-filled journey through the themed Shanghai Disney Resort exhibits. Guests may stroll along the welcoming “street” known as Mickey Avenue before visiting the Gardens of Imagination display where they are able to complete a digital puzzle inspired by the Disney-themed Chinese zodiac symbols. Guests may interact with the Magic Mirror from the classic story “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” at the Fantasyland exhibit, then take off to Tomorrowland where an exciting video will give them a taste of the speed and thrills of TRON Lightcycle Power Run. They can snap a share-worthy, fun photo of themselves scaling Roaring Mountain at the Adventure Isle exhibit, and then sail off to the Treasure Cove display to relive scenes from “Pirates of the Caribbean” through an interactive game. Guests will definitely want to visit the hotels exhibit to learn about the world-class accommodations at Shanghai Disney Resort, as well as the Disneytown display to see highlights from the hit Broadway musical THE LION KING, which will be presented at Shanghai Disney Resort for first time ever in Mandarin.

During the exhibition, special weekend shows will be presented at 11:00, 14:00, 16:30 and 19:30 with cheerful dancers taking to the stage for brilliant performances. During the stage shows, beloved Disney characters Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse will mingle with the audience, spreading their own magic and happiness to “Ignite the Magical Dream”.

Guests visiting the themed exhibition will have the chance to participate in raffles and enjoy other fun surprises happening throughout the event.

Ticket sales for Shanghai Disneyland began on March 28, 2016. To ensure entry to the theme park, guests are encouraged to plan their trips and purchase tickets in advance. Guests can purchase tickets to the theme park and THE LION KING musical, and reserve resort hotel rooms, through a variety of official channels, including:

• The official website of Shanghai Disney Resort, www.shanghaidisneyresort.com

•  The Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center at 400-180-0000 or 86-21-3158-0000

• The official Shanghai Disney Resort store on Alitrip

• The Shanghai Disney Resort official WeChat account

• Official travel partners listed at www.shanghaidisneyresort.com

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Les répétitions du spectacle The Lion King en chinois mandarin débutent au Walt Disney Grand Theatre de Disneytown :

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Shanghai Disney Resort Announces Exciting New Phase of THE LION KING, as Rehearsals Begin

New Mandarin Production Allows Chinese Audiences to Appreciate the Captivating Storyline and Authentic Broadway Experience

SHANGHAI, April 14, 2016—Shanghai Disney Resort and Disney Theatrical Productions announced today that rehearsals have begun for the highly anticipated Mandarin production of THE LION KING, an exciting new phase leading to the official opening night on June 16 at the new, world-class resort. Thursday’s event revealed insights about the first Mandarin adaptation of the musical and how it will engage Chinese audiences by allowing for a deeper understanding of the powerful storyline. Shanghai Disney Resort and Disney Theatrical Productions also introduced the cast, showcased some of the show’s stunning hand-made puppets, masks and costumes, and described some of the touching themes and artistic details.

As part of the grand opening of Shanghai Disney Resort on June 16, 2016, the first-ever Mandarin production of THE LION KING will make its global debut at the Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown. The Mandarin production will mark the ninth language and 24th global production for this highly successful Broadway musical, which has been enjoyed by audiences in 20 countries across six continents since 1997.

THE LION KING was born following the success of the Oscar-winning animated Disney movie. As Director of THE LION KING, and later the first female to win Best Director at the Tony Awards®, Julie Taymor re-imagined the popular animated story for the stage, implementing a bold creative vision that helped forever cement its position in the Broadway spotlight. The visually captivating, emotionally uplifting production was an instant hit with critics and audiences around the world. Collectively, the musical performances have garnered more in ticket sales than any movie or stage play in all of entertainment history.

The Associate Director of THE LION KING, Anthony Lyn, described the Mandarin production as a once-in-a-generation theatrical event. The show will draw audiences into the gripping tale of a lion cub, who embarks on an emotional journey to find the courage needed to overcome tragedy and become the leader of his pride. The entire story is brought to life through sophisticated stagecraft, puppetry and choreography.

The artistic reveal on Thursday also featured the production’s captivating music, with the first-ever public performance in Mandarin of the iconic theme song from THE LION KING, “Circle of Life.”

“The Mandarin presentation showcases an outstanding cast which features local talent as well as performers from all over the world, making this a distinctive and unique Broadway-caliber experience.” Lyn said. “The adapted script and language will enhance the theatrical experience for Chinese guests, allowing them to connect with the dialogue and gain a deeper understanding of the show’s themes and messages.”

Vice President of Entertainment for Shanghai Disney Resort, Laurie Jordan, described the Mandarin production of THE LION KING as a magnificent addition to the one-of-a-kind, immersive entertainment guests will discover at Shanghai Disney Resort. “This remarkable production brings the magic of Disney to life on stage,” Jordan said. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Disney Theatrical Productions to deliver THE LION KING. We believe it will resonate deeply with the Chinese audience, and welcome guests to the Walt Disney Grand Theatre to witness all the wonder that is THE LION KING.”

Tickets to THE LION KING went on sale on March 28, 2016. There will be one evening performance daily every Tuesday through Friday at the Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown, and two performances on Saturdays and Sundays. Guests can purchase tickets to the musical from official channels, including:

•The official website of Shanghai Disney Resort, www.shanghaidisneyresort.com

•THE LION KING Reservation Center at 400-108-8888 or 86-21-31768888

•Official ticketing company and travel partners; list can be found in Appendix

Additional information about THE LION KING and Disney Theatrical Productions is available as an appendix.

Shanghai Disney Resort - 14 avril 2016.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Dim 17 Avr - 18:18

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Dim 17 Avr - 18:37

C'est dommage la pollution, on dirait qu'ils n'ont pas pensé à ça quand ils ont travaillé sur les couleurs , ça fait presque terne, trop réaliste (mais c'est peut-être voulu). Ceci dit, un côté cosy se dégage, ça me rappelle un peu chez nous (et pas que parce que le bâtiment Lakeshore à les mêmes couleurs que le NBC)
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Désolé si ça a déjà été posté ailleurs (mais j'ai cherché...), mais je pose ça là.
Un peu de mal à m'habituer à ce nouveau design mais je trouve que cela va dans le bon sens par rapport à celles actuelles qui sont, je trouve, trop grandes, trop "Maison de Mickey".
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Dim 17 Avr - 22:57

j'aime bien mickey , par contre minnie je deteste!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 18 Avr - 13:38

Avec les previews à l'attention des cast members de Shanghai Disney Resort, de nouvelles photos apparaissent sur les réseaux sociaux :

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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Lun 18 Avr - 14:42

@Jackmosby a écrit:
C'est dommage la pollution, on dirait qu'ils n'ont pas pensé à ça quand ils ont travaillé sur les couleurs , ça fait presque terne, trop réaliste (mais c'est peut-être voulu). Ceci dit, un côté cosy se dégage, ça me rappelle un peu chez nous (et pas que parce que le bâtiment Lakeshore à les mêmes couleurs que le NBC)

Franchement? Sur ces photos, je vois pas "pire" que chez nous la plupart du temps. Pas niveau pollution, mais justement avec ce ciel bas/blanc/gris qu'on a 300 jours sur 365, ya les mêmes couleurs que sur notre château quasiment (bleu/rose/rouge), que le Newport...
Au soleil vous aurez sans doute un autre ressenti encore ^^


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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mer 20 Avr - 19:08

Shanghai Disney Resort a présenté aujourd'hui les menus des différents restaurants du resort où pas moins de 760 cuisiniers officieront ! L'offre est composée à 70 % de cuisine chinoise issues de différentes régions du pays, à 20 % de plats originaires d'Asie du Sud-Est et à 10 % de plats occidentaux.


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Et quelques photos trouvées sur les réseaux sociaux de la visite conduite par Paul Chandler, directeur du département F&B de Shanghai Disney Resort :  







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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Mer 20 Avr - 20:57

Un article du Shanghai Daily sur la présentation rapportée dans le message précédent :

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Disney tailors menu for Shanghai tastes

THE Shanghai Disney Resort, Disney’s first theme park in the Chinese mainland, yesterday released a special Shanghai cuisine menu for visitors.

The resort, which is expected to open to the public on June 16, will comprise two themed hotels and six different “lands” with 600 to 1,000 canteens and restaurants providing food and drinks for tourists.

The food offered at the resort will include special Shanghai cuisine incorporating elements of Disney, said Paul Chandler, director of the resort’s food and beverage department.

The menu includes a Mickey Chocolate Tart, Mickey Pork Cake, Donald Duck Waffle and Braised Pork Knuckle in Dark Soy sauce, he said.

“Shanghai Disney Resort will respect the Chinese traditional diet,” Chandler said. In addition to Shanghai cuisine, the menu will include other regional Chinese cuisines such as Sichuan, Shandong, Cantonese and Hunan.

Food will be served on plates displaying Disney cartoon images or made in the shape of famous Disney cartoon characters such as Mickey and Minnie, according to Chandler.

Benny Dong, executive chef at the resort, said that they have had some productive exchanges with chefs from different parts of China and invited some excellent chefs to join them.

The food provided at the new resort will combine both Western and Chinese regional elements and will be of an extremely high quality, Dong added.

The Shanghai Disney Resort is Disney’s sixth resort worldwide.

Shanghai Daily - 21 avril 2016.  

Dans le précédent message, je mentionnais la répartition des différents types de cuisines. La part belle est faite à la cuisine chinoise qui présentera des spécialités de huit régions du pays. Quand on parle de cuisine du Sud-Est de l'Asie, il s'agit de plats thaïs, japonais, coréens et indonésiens. Les plats occidentaux réfèrent à des hot-dogs, hamburgers et pizzas etc...

Il a fallut deux ans et demi de travail à l'équipe de Paul Chandler pour réaliser les différents menus proposés (création, sélection etc...).
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Jeu 21 Avr - 14:40

Disney Resort Station.


Des tests opérationnels ont étés conduits depuis le 19 décembre dernier sur le nouveau tronçon de la ligne 11 du métro de Shanghai qui conduira jusqu'à la station Disney Resort Station. Ceux-ci ont été concluant et mardi prochain à partir de 10h00, débuteront les premiers essais avec passagers. La direction des opérations analysera la fluidité des voyageurs dans les nouvelles stations et procédera aux ajustements nécessaires. La société de transport public de Shanghai rappelle que la mise en service de la station Disney Resort Station ne signifie pas l'accès au resort qui reste inaccessible.
 
Plan de la ligne 11 du métro de Shanghai.

Les horaires des premiers et derniers trains au départ des stations terminus de ligne 11.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 22 Avr - 2:28

Josh Young de TPU a regroupé une série de vues des deux hôtels du resort :

































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MessageSujet: Re: [Shanghai Disney Resort] Le Resort en général - le coin des petites infos Ven 22 Avr - 5:00

Je trouve les deux hotels sympathiques, chacun differents et bien dans leur gamme de prix...

Le Shanghai Disneyland Hotel est splendide ! J'adore vraiment le style Art Deco et ca rend vraiment super bien ici. Les lounges dedies a fantasia sont splendides ! Une chose est sure, si j'ai la chance de pouvoir aller a Shanghai, j'economiserai un peu plus pour aller dans cet hotel !
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