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Shanghai Disney tries to keep magic alive as US faces second wave

Bob Iger's flagship resort avoids problems seen in Hong Kong and Florida

SHANGHAI -- Robert Iger, the executive chairman of Walt Disney who was credited with building the Shanghai Disney Resort, must be relieved to know that the illuminations continue to glow there three months after it reopened following a coronavirus shutdown.

"Crowds are smaller compared to pre-coronavirus days," a park attendant told the Nikkei Asian Review during a visit on a rainy Sunday at the beginning of this month.

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