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Settimana ricca di novità per Shanghai Disneyland, che riassumo qui da Disney&More:

Secondo alcuni quotidiani locali, i lavori, già iniziati preliminarmente a novembre, potrebbero decollare in modo massiccio a maggio.

Diversamente da quanto si era creduto, è stato ufficialmente smentito il coinvolgimento della Oriental Land Company (che gestisce Tokyo Disneyland) nella realizzazione del parco.

Fonti cinesi parlano di un budget complessivo di 15 miliardi di dollari (!) di spesa per i 107 chilometri quadrati del complesso, di cui
- 3.75 miliardi per il parco (che occuperà 7 chilometri quadrati)
- 6 miliardi per i dintorni del parco (hotels, ecc., per un totale di 13.6 km quadrati)
Sempre secondo queste fonti, le stime sarebbero al ribasso. Se così fosse, il resort costerebbe più del quadruplo della recente Esposizione Universale.
Queste cifre sono per ora state smentite dalle autorità cinesi.


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messaggio 9/1/2011, 18:01
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CITAZIONE (Beast @ 9/1/2011, 15:56) *
Settimana ricca di novità per Shanghai Disneyland, che riassumo qui da Disney&More:

Secondo alcuni quotidiani locali, i lavori, già iniziati preliminarmente a novembre, potrebbero decollare in modo massiccio a maggio.

Diversamente da quanto si era creduto, è stato ufficialmente smentito il coinvolgimento della Oriental Land Company (che gestisce Tokyo Disneyland) nella realizzazione del parco.

Fonti cinesi parlano di un budget complessivo di 15 miliardi di dollari (!) di spesa per i 107 chilometri quadrati del complesso, di cui
- 3.75 miliardi per il parco (che occuperà 7 chilometri quadrati)
- 6 miliardi per i dintorni del parco (hotels, ecc., per un totale di 13.6 km quadrati)
Sempre secondo queste fonti, le stime sarebbero al ribasso. Se così fosse, il resort costerebbe più del quadruplo della recente Esposizione Universale.
Queste cifre sono per ora state smentite dalle autorità cinesi.

se smentiscono la cifra significa che è quella vera eheheh.gif eheheh.gif eheheh.gif eheheh.gif del resto i cinesi smentiscono anche di essere i maggiori "inquinatori" del mondo. eheheh.gif
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messaggio 19/1/2011, 22:27
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Nuove notizie bomba anche oggi: pare che siano già pianificati ben tre parchi a Shanghai. Dopo il Magic Kingdom nel 2015, negli anni successivi apriranno i corrispettivi cinesi di Epcot e Animal Kingdom. Il primo sarà certamente favorito dal grande amore dei cinesi per le nuove tecnologie, mentre il clima è più che adatto per gli animali. Inoltre aprirà anche una linea di metropolitana che dal centro porterà direttamente a Disneyland.

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Breaking News : Shanghai city officials disclosed that Shanghai Disneyland will include three theme parks

Major news about Shanghai Disneyland today, and apparently coming "from the horse's mouth" i.e Shanghai officials who revealed that three theme parks are envisioned for Shanghai Disneyland. In the future, of course, not all three opening in 2015. The two others are supposed to be an Epcot and an Animal Kingdom! An Epcot in Shanghai? Considering how chineses love new technologies that may happen...and Shanghai temperatures may also allow to build an Animal Kingdom park... Also, SDL will also have a special Metro line! More about all this in the Shanghai Daily article below:

"It's all aboard the Disneyland express, after the city announced that a special Metro line will take visitors to the theme park when it opens in 2015.

The route of the 9.2-kilometer line was published online by Shanghai's environmental authorities yesterday to solicit public opinion on environment issues. Work on the dedicated Metro line, which is expected to cost 3.992 billion yuan (US$606.3 million), is set to begin in September. Trains will start running in July 2015.

The line will connect to Metro Line 11 at Luoshan Road Station, providing passengers from downtown Xujiahui area and suburban Jiading District with subway access to the much-anticipated park in Pudong. Its final stop - Disneyland station itself - will connect with the Metro Line 2 via shuttle bus lines.

The Disneyland metro line has three new stations: the elevated Kangqiao Road E. station, Hengxin Road station, and Disneyland station, which will be underground. The route will pass Zhoukang area before reaching Chuansha town.

Meanwhile, city officials disclosed that Shanghai Disneyland, the first Disneyland on China's mainland, will include three theme parks.

Details had been made public of one of the parks, "Magic Kingdom." The possible choices for the other two theme parks are "Epcot" and "Animal Kingdom," delegates at Shanghai People's Congress were told yesterday.

Dai Haibo, deputy director of Pudong New Area government and a congress deputy, said he was deeply impressed by the Orlando Disneyland which includes four theme parks, including Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios. He promised that Shanghai Disneyland will provide entertainment for both adults and children.

Large-scale construction on phase 1 of the project is expected to get under way in May. There is no start date for the other parts."


But that's not all about SDL as some people are beginning to complain that Shanghai City should get bigger Disney cash share:

"To make Shanghai Disneyland profitable for the city, local government must ensure that Walt Disney Co gives it a bigger share of the income, a member of the city's top political advisory body proposed yesterday.

"Shanghai should try to negotiate with the Walt Disney Co to earn more sources of income from the project rather than just ticket sales," said Tu Haiming, a member of the Shanghai Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.

"It's the biggest lesson Shanghai should learn from Hong Kong, which hardly makes any profit from the Disneyland project, so far."

According to Tu, the Hong Kong government only takes home part of the proceeds from ticket sales.

Other more profitable sources of income, such as sales of Disney products, accommodation in its hotels, TV channels and English teaching projects, all belong to the Walt Disney Co.

Although the Hong Kong government paid more than 90 percent of total investment, it has gained little from the project, said Tu."


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messaggio 20/1/2011, 0:20
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Un'ottima notizia! eheheh.gif
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messaggio 20/1/2011, 11:22
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Ma uffaaaaaaaa -.- anke io voglio il parko qua vicino casaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa XD


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messaggio 19/2/2011, 10:42
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Alla conferenza 2011 per gli investitori Tom Staggs ha rivelato il primo artwork del parco:



Sembra che non ci sarà Main Street. Il sito Disney&More ha evidenziato alcune parti che si intravedono:



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messaggio 19/2/2011, 11:26
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Non c'è la Main Street? Allora non devono chiamarlo Disneyland
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messaggio 19/2/2011, 13:18
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CITAZIONE (Enrico @ 19/2/2011, 10:26) *
Non c'è la Main Street? Allora non devono chiamarlo Disneyland

Non c'è nemmeno a Tokyo tongue.gif


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messaggio 21/2/2011, 0:08
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CITAZIONE (Beast @ 19/2/2011, 12:18) *
Non c'è nemmeno a Tokyo tongue.gif


Lo so, infatti non mi piace molto quello di Tokyo, e sarà davvero l'ultimo parco che visiterò!
Un Disneyland senza Main Street non è un Disneyland
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messaggio 21/2/2011, 11:02
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CITAZIONE (Enrico @ 20/2/2011, 23:08) *
Un Disneyland senza Main Street non è un Disneyland

Per me invece un Disneyland senza trenino attorno non è un Disneyland. E nell'immagine non si vede manco quello!


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messaggio 21/2/2011, 12:13
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CITAZIONE (Beast @ 21/2/2011, 10:02) *
Per me invece un Disneyland senza trenino attorno non è un Disneyland. E nell'immagine non si vede manco quello!


Straquoto! clapclap.gif
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messaggio 6/3/2011, 21:18
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Il sindaco di Shangai precisa che, a differenza dei rumor passati, il bilancio iniziale è di 3,7 miliardi di dollari.

Da Disney&More:

Shanghaî Disneyland: Shanghaî mayor clarifies the real price of SDL project

Last news from Shanghaî Disneyland, and this time they're coming from Shanghaî mayor himself who clarified this morning the real price of the SDL project:

"The approved investment for the first phase of the Disneyland project in Shanghai stands at 24.5 billion yuan (3.7 billion U.S. dollars), Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng said Sunday.

"I have read some media reports about the Disneyland investment, but they were incorrect," said Han while attending the ongoing annual parliamentary session in Beijing.

"I thereby clarify the figure seriously. The approved investment for the first phase of the Disneyland project is 24.5 billion yuan," he told reporters.

The long-awaited theme park project in Shanghai was launched in November last year, when the state-owned Shanghai Shendi Group Co. Ltd. inked a deal with the Walt Disney Co. for the development of the project.

The Shanghai International Tourism Resort Administrative Committee will manage the project.

It will be the first Disneyland theme park on the Chinese mainland and sixth in the world, and the U.S. entertainment giant's third theme park in Asia after Tokyo and Hong Kong.

The first phase of the Disneyland theme park will be built and put into operation within the 2011-2015 period.

"I hope construction on the project can start soon. Currently, both sides are endeavoring to do some preliminary work," Han said.

Shanghai's Disneyland project received the green light from the Chinese authorities in 2009.

Disney and the Chinese side had been negotiating on and off for more than a decade, and the last round of negotiation took months."


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QUOTE (Beast @ 19/2/2011, 12:18) *
Non c'è nemmeno a Tokyo tongue.gif

Beh, a Tokyo c'è, ma coperta

anche se prende il nome di World Bazaar è una Main Street in piena regola...

P.S. Bellissimi gli artwork, molto stile Ellenshaw!

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hai ragione giagia, però una Main Street ribattezzata in un altro modo... non è una Main Street! eheheh.gif
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CITAZIONE (Enrico @ 9/3/2011, 21:39) *
hai ragione giagia, però una Main Street ribattezzata in un altro modo... non è una Main Street! eheheh.gif

Motivo per cui avevo detto che non c'era eheheh.gif

Continuano le news, è stata pubblicata la prima mappa del resort:



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Grazie per averla postata.
Speriamo facciano un bel lavoro!
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Si è tenuta ieri la Ground Breaking Cerimony del parco. Secondo il comunicato il parco dovebbe aprire in 5 anni. La Disney sarà proprietaria del 43% del resort mentre la Shanghai Shendi Group, joint venture di tre imprese statali cinesi (Shanghai Lujiazui (Group) Co., Ltd., Shanghai Radio, Film and Television Development Co., Ltd., Jinjiang International Group Holding Company) possiederà il 57 %. Come in Francia e a Hong Kong sarà un'altra azienda a progettare e gestire il parco di cui la Disney possiederà il 70%, il governo cinese il 30. Questa è una novità in quanto finora le management companies sono state del tutto di proprietà TWDC.



April 7, 2011

Disney and Partners Break Ground on Shanghai Disney Resort

First Disney theme park to be built in mainland China

SHANGHAI (April 8, 2011) - The Walt Disney Company and Shanghai Shendi Group, its joint venture partner in China, have broken ground on the Shanghai Disney Resort following approval from the Chinese central government in Beijing. Both companies marked the start of construction on the first Disney resort in mainland China at a groundbreaking ceremony held earlier today.

"Today marks a significant milestone in the history of The Walt Disney Company," said Robert A. Iger, President and CEO of The Walt Disney Company. "Our Shanghai resort will be a world-class family vacation destination that combines classic Disney characters and storytelling with the uniqueness and beauty of China. Working with our Chinese partners, the Shanghai Disney Resort will be both authentically Disney and distinctly Chinese."

"We're incredibly excited to build a Disney resort in Shanghai, one of the world's most vibrant cities," said Thomas O. Staggs, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. "We are hard at work designing Shanghai Disneyland, which when complete will be a special place where guests of all ages will discover a world of imagination, creativity, adventure and thrills."

Today's groundbreaking ceremony paid homage to the culture and people of China. Traditional Chinese drum music, a female soloist singing in Mandarin, a 50-voice Shanghai children's choir �and Mickey Mouse dressed in a traditional Chinese costume were on hand to mark this special occasion. Following the entertainment and remarks, Iger and Staggs were joined by Shanghai Party Secretary Yu Zhengsheng and Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng to officially break ground on the project.

The new Shanghai Disney Resort is slated to open in approximately five years.

The Shanghai Disney Resort will be home to Shanghai Disneyland, a Magic Kingdom-style park that will blend classic Disney storytelling and characters with all-new attractions and experiences tailored specifically for the people of China. The park will feature several themed lands complete with exciting, iconic Disney attractions and experiences. At the heart of the park will be an interactive Disney castle that is truly an attraction unto itself with entertainment, dining and performance experiences that will be unique to Shanghai Disneyland. The park will also contain other large-scale entertainment venues, indoor and out, that can be used for various purposes throughout the year.

A beautiful, 11 acre (46,130 square meter) green space at the center of the theme park will differentiate Shanghai Disneyland and reinforce the themes of sustainability and nature that will be integrated throughout the park. The space will also be a place where friends and family can enjoy local cultural celebrations and customs together.

On Opening Day, the Shanghai Disney Resort will be located on a 963 acre (3.9 square kilometer) site in Pudong, Shanghai, with additional room to expand in the future. At opening, the resort will include Shanghai Disneyland, two themed hotels, a large retail, dining and entertainment venue, recreational facilities, a lake and associated parking and transportation hubs.�

There will be an initial investment in the project of approximately 24.5 billion yuan (US$3.7 billion) to build the theme park and an additional 4.5 billion yuan (US$0.7 billion) to build the other aspects of the resort, including the hotels and the retail, dining and entertainment area. The investment amounts will be split between Disney and the Shanghai Shendi Group with Disney holding 43% of the shares of the owner companies and the Shanghai Shendi Group holding the remaining 57%. Financing will be proportional to ownership. In addition, a joint venture management company will be formed with Disney having a 70% stake and Shanghai Shendi Group having a 30% stake. The management company will be responsible for creating, developing and operating the resort.

About Shanghai Shendi Group
Shanghai Shendi (Group) Co., Ltd. is a 100% state-owned, �joint venture investment holding company formed by three sponsors - Shanghai Lujiazui (Group) Co., Ltd., Shanghai Radio, Film and Television Development Co., Ltd., and Jinjiang International Group Holding Company. Shanghai Shendi (Group) Co., Ltd. is involved in project investment, construction, and operation through two full subsidiaries: Shanghai Shendi Tourism and Resort Development Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Shendi Construction Co., Ltd.

About The Walt Disney Company China
The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS), together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a diversified international family entertainment enterprise with five business segments and is a Dow 30 company with revenues of nearly $38 billion in its most recently reported fiscal year. Disney's first animation screened in China in the 1930s and today our long association continues with offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou with over 1000 employees. �The Company has a broad range of businesses including publishing, broadcast, mobile, web, retail and its English language program, Disney English, which launched in 2008.� Nearly 24 hours of Disney television programming is now available in China every week, reaching 300-360 million people each month.� In September 2005, Disney opened its doors to its first theme park in China, Hong Kong Disneyland.�

About Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts are where dreams come true. More than 50 years ago, Walt Disney created a new kind of entertainment families could experience together, immersed in detailed atmospheres and vibrant storytelling. His vision now includes a collection of five of the world's leading family vacation destinations � Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, Calif.; Walt Disney World Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.; Tokyo Disney Resort, Urayasu, Chiba, Japan; Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vall�e, France; and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, located on Lantau Island. In addition, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts includes the world-class Disney Cruise Line; Disney Vacation Club; Adventures by Disney, a guided group vacation experience to some of the world's most popular destinations; and Walt Disney Imagineering, which creates and designs all Disney parks, resorts and attractions.

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Certain statements in this press release may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are made on the basis of our views and assumptions regarding future events and business performance as of the time the statements are made and we do not undertake any obligation to update these statements. Actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied. Such differences may result from actions taken by the Company as well as from developments beyond the Company's control, including governmental actions and changes in domestic and global economic conditions. Additional factors are set forth in Item 1A of the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended October 2, 2010 and subsequent reports.





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CITAZIONE (cartoni @ 8/4/2011, 9:12) *
Questa è una novità in quanto finora le management companies sono state del tutto di proprietà TWDC.

Non ho capito bene. La Oriental Land Company di Tokyo è già una compagnia di cui la TWDC non è proprietaria.

E' stato aperto anche il sito del parco http://en.shanghaidisneyresort.com.cn/en/

Inoltre è stato pubblicato un video della cerimonia:



Infine, Blue Sky Disney riassume gli aspetti salienti del parco. In particolare il castello sarà il più grande dei 6 esistenti e non sarà dedicato né a Cenerentola né alla Bella Addormentata né a nessuna fiaba, ma si chiamerà Storybook Castle.

The castle will be the largest of all six Magic Kingdom styled parks and will be known as "Storybook Castle."

As we mentioned quite a while ago, there will be no Main Street, but instead an 11 acre collection of lavish parks that feature various meet-and-greet spots with classic Disney characters.

Several attractions related to Chinese culture and myth will be woven into and around classic Disney attractions.

Many Disney properties will be featured throughout the resort that are current in the companies film catalog: Think branding, like "Pirates of the Caribbean," ect.

The Adventureland/Frontierland area has a very DisneySEA feel to it with lush theming and extravagant design.

The park has a very international atmosphere about it with several EPCOT type inspirations.

References to Disney history are integrated into everything to introduce Chines audiences to Disney since the majority of Chinese are unfamiliar with most of what the park/resort has had to offer due to the isolation of Chinese people and the protectionist attitudes of the local, provincial and state Chinese governments.

Two hotels featuring over 1220 rooms. One will be a deluxe hotel similar to the Disneyland Paris Hotel, most likely known as the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and the other will be a value hotel, like the Paradise Pier Hotel only with much better theming.

A large lagoon with watercraft on a classic harbor destination. The resort will be surrounded by a man-made river and the park itself will feature several more acres of ponds, streams, fountains as the importance of water to the Chinese will be played up compared to previous resorts.

A Downtown Disney type entertainment/dining/shopping concept that hasn't been named... yet.

This first phase of the resort (3.9 square kilometers or 963 acres), costing an estimated $3.7 billion dollars for the park/$700 million for hotels, will open in late 2015/early 2016.


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Si ma ke p***e -.- potevano farlo diverso il castello -.- gira e rigira sempre quello è , cambia di poco.


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QUOTE (Beast @ 8/4/2011, 17:14) *
Non ho capito bene. La Oriental Land Company di Tokyo è già una compagnia di cui la TWDC non è proprietaria.

Escluso il Tokyo Disney Resort naturalmente che è del tutto in licenza.


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CITAZIONE (cartoni @ 9/4/2011, 15:03) *
Escluso il Tokyo Disney Resort naturalmente che è del tutto in licenza.

Ah ok, certo.


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CITAZIONE (Filippo @ 9/4/2011, 11:11) *
Si ma ke p***e -.- potevano farlo diverso il castello -.- gira e rigira sempre quello è , cambia di poco.


I castelli sono tutti diversi, presi da fiabe differenti. Come dovevano farlo? Un castello alla fine è un castello! Ci volevi un grattacielo? eheheh.gif
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Veramente sn sempre gli stessi ... abbiamo i due della bella addormentata e poi quello di cenerentola, al DisneySea c'è quello di Ariel... ma diko io di chiunque sia potrebbero strutturarlo diversamente come hanno fatto i francesi


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CITAZIONE (Filippo @ 10/4/2011, 9:56) *
Veramente sn sempre gli stessi ... abbiamo i due della bella addormentata e poi quello di cenerentola, al DisneySea c'è quello di Ariel... ma diko io di chiunque sia potrebbero strutturarlo diversamente come hanno fatto i francesi


NO, guarda, in questo mi trovi proprio in disaccordo. I castelli per me vanno bene così
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