David Koenig

freelance writer and editor

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Freelance writer and editor; author of several books that go behind the scenes of the Disney Company, including Realityland: True-Life Adventures at Walt Disney World and Mouse Tales: A Behind the Ears Look at Disneyland

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Exported Disneylands have not always started out strong. Will the  Magic Kingdom in Shanghai  be a different story?

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