I am a kid from the Mickey Mouse generation. In the days when cable television access was limited and national television channel, Doordarshan, would show cartoons on Sundays, I was one of many kids to make a beeline for them. Even if we don’t consider them humorous anymore, I am sure we garnered few smiles from Mickey and his platoon’s antics. So with such memories, standing in front of Disneyland undoubtedly brings ‘no conditions applied’ happiness. The Disneyland in question is the Hong Kong outpost which was celebrating its fifth anniversary. A perfect example of Public Private Partnership (something that is yet to see success in India) between the government of Hong Kong and The Walt Disney Company, the resort is built on reclaimed land near the north eastern tip of Lantau Island. Apart from the theme park, there are two hotels, Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Hollywood Hotel. The two hotels combined offer 1000 rooms, there is land kept aside for a third hotel too.