Those grand plans we’ve heard for Shanghai Disneyland to be a whopping four times bigger than Hong Kong’s seem to have gone the way of Bambi’s mother. According to the National Development and Reform Commission, the park will initially take up 287 acres of land, which would make it the smallest Disneyland in the world, measuring up to just over half of the size of the flagship park in LA. We’re a tad disappointed at the sudden shrinkage (did Mickey take a cold shower before the meeting?), but the park may expand as business grows. Then again, who’s really surprised that the plan for Shanghai Disneyland has changed once again?