Shanghai police have detained eight people suspected of disguising themselves as disabled guests to take “companions” to Shanghai Disneyland and enjoy queue-free service.
There’s no doubting Shanghai Disneyland is one of the most popular theme parks in China.
After surveying more than 3 million visitors over the past five years, the China Tourism Academy found that more than two-thirds of out-of-town visitors came to Shanghai because of Disneyland. Between June 2016 and 2019, visitors to the park accounted for 4.09 percent of the city’s annual tourism revenue.
Big crowds, long queues! A woman surnamed Liu sensed a “business opportunity.”
Shanghai Disneyland has designed the Disability…