At Hong Kong Disneyland, the Year of the Dog Starts With a Growl – Keith Bradsher

From the New York Times:

Thousands of people lined up to visit Mickey Mouse in Hong Kong this week. But when they could not get in, they got grumpy.

Crowds of angry Chinese, brandishing tickets after they were turned away at the entrance to Disneyland in Hong Kong, had shouting matches with the police and security guards.

Crowds of angry Chinese, brandishing tickets after they were turned away at the Disneyland entrance, had shouting matches with the police and security guards. Some people clambered over the heavy green steel gates after guards closed them. In one scene played repeatedly on local television, one unhappy child had to be passed by the crowd over the spikes of the gates to his parents inside.

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