Red Panda Mei from ‘Turning Red’ Debuts at Shanghai Disneyland

Red Panda Mei from Pixar’s “Turning Red” has made her Disney Parks debut after debuting at Shanghai Disneyland this week. Guests will have the opportunity to meet the cute and fluffy Mei, who is sure to win hearts with her fun-loving attitude.

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Visitors to the Shanghai Disney Resort will be greeted by Mei in her Red Panda form, which, based on the film’s scale, will be substantially larger than the average park-goer, making for an unforgettable experience.

Turning Red introduces Mei Lee, a 13-year-old girl who finds herself torn between her mother’s expectations and the chaos of adolescence. Mei’s mother, Ming, is protective and sometimes overbearing, making life even more challenging for the teenager. When Mei gets too excited, which is practically always, she transforms into a giant red panda.

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Don’t miss your chance to meet Red Panda Mei at Shanghai Disneyland this spring!

Source: Shanghai Disney Resort

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