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Sign language will describe Disney parade

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25th September 2020


Sign language will describe Disney parade

By Li Qian

Hearing-impaired visitors to the Shanghai Disney Resort can now “hear” the daytime parade.


Sign language services have been available in shows and performances across the resort, including Frozen: A Sing-Along Celebration at Evergreen Playhouse and Eye of the Storm: Captain Jack’s Stunt Spectacular at El Teatro Fandango.


On Wednesday, International Day of Sign Languages, the resort expanded the service to Mickey’s Storybook Express.


This parade features a dedicated viewing area in Disney•Pixar Toy Story Land, where sign language specialists interpret the fun phrases and lyrics sung by Disney characters as they pass by on their floats.


Source: SHINE Editor: Cai Wenjun


https://www.shine.cn/news/metro/2009236673/

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