Sleeping Beauty’s castle at Hong Kong Disney is a smaller version of the castles in the American parks. In fact, most everything is on a smaller scale at the newest Disney park, although an expansion is under way. Kim Orendor/Courtesy photo
A young guest gets her picture taken with Aurora and Belle. Many of the young visitors to the park entered the gates in princess-wear, just as they do at Disney parks around the world. Kim Orendor/Courtesy photo
The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party ride is just as popular in Hong Kong as in Anaheim. The Chinese-style lanterns hanging from the ceiling are the only distinguishing feature. Kim Orendor/Courtesy photo
The green army men on the Toy Story float were a big hit with the crowd. They were raised and lowered throughout the parade. Kim Orendor/Courtesy photo
Children joined the Seven Dwarfs as part of the Chinese New Year celebration. Disney created photo spots around the park based on various character traits. This one was for family/harmony. Kim Orendor/Courtesy photo

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