I am optimistic about this effort, imagining kids meeting new friends and learning about unique and special customs, food, clothing from each region. A healthy combination of stylish Mary Blair-reminiscient art and fun cultural diversity sounds like a winning idea to me. And with the success of previously pioneering shows like Dora the Explorer I have no doubt many kids will embrace this fun series.
The development of this series combined with iasw's recent new merchandise line proves that this attraction truly stands the test of time and achieves its message of world peace almost half a century after its creation.
This new addition to the Disney Parks' already impressive holiday-exclusive draws seems to be a huge win. The location is prime as well, as being from Arizona I am familiar with the rich Hispanic population in the Southwest United States. Embracing the colorful and longstanding traditions that many people who frequent Disneyland celebrate is a great way to encourage diversity and promote learning in a fun way.