SHANGHAI/DALIAN, China -- Chinese middle-class consumers are shying away from possessions and becoming more willing to spend money on having memorable experiences, according to a survey of visitors at Shanghai Disneyland.
We went to the recently opened theme park and asked 100 Chinese visitors what they wanted to buy or do. Many of them were in their 20s or 30s and belonged to the country's upper-middle class.
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