Are you looking forward to visiting Shanghai Disney Resort? The resort includes Shanghai Disneyland park; two Disney hotels; Disneytown, a shopping, dining and entertainment district; and Wishing Star Park. Shanghai Disney Resort is easily accessible by public transportation. In fact, once you get off the Shanghai metro (or local bus or taxi), you can simply walk to the attractions.
As a Foreign Trainer, you gain access to several amazing perks, including complimentary admission to Disney-owned theme parks! This means you have access to Disney’s newest park – Shanghai Disneyland – which opened June 16, 2016. Shanghai Disneyland is home to several magical attractions and entertainment options that you cannot find anywhere else!
Moving to China is a big deal, but it doesn’t have to be scary. Disney English offers many resources and tools to make your move to China as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Here are the top five ways Disney helps with your big move to China: Continue reading “Top 5 Ways Disney Helps You Move to China”
After graduating from Florida Gulf Coast University with a bachelor’s degree in theater and a minor in education, Sammie moved to Orlando for the Disney College Program. She worked in Merchandise at Storybook Circus in Magic Kingdom Park.
When her program ended, her years of experience teaching dance and theater helped her land jobs as a preschool teacher and as a resident assistant at a boarding school.
Geographically, China is a very large country – a little bigger than the continental United States – and Chinese cities are sprawling metropolises with millions of residents. At first, you may be overwhelmed by the sheer size of your new hometown, but once you get your feet wet and understand how to get around, your new world becomes a lot more manageable.