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>> mental health is just as important as physical health. >> reporter: she's long been a champion for bringing awareness to mental health, and she is not alone. william and harry are also on board. >> let's get our heads together -- >> and change the conversations on mental health. >> reporter: and the royal trio are on a mission as they try to stamp out the stigma surrounding it, hoping their star power will make a difference. abc news, london. coming up, the most wonderful time of the year, and for many parents, that's when the kids head back to school. >> we've got the latest must-have gadgets to start the school year off right. you're watching "world news now." >> what's a hamburger? "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> >> hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot.
? ? >> believe it or not, we are nearing back to school season. ? believe it or not, we are back-to-school season which means back-to-school shopping. and dick is here to show us some of the high-tech items on the menu this year. what do you have for us? >> high-tech for little kids. you know how i love l.e.d.s. this is a cute backpack.
turn this on. this is for girls, and these are the light-up fairy flyer wings. >> you say that's for girls, but i grew up as a tomboy. i would want this one. i'm going to -- >> those are around $44. it's great. bixbee has a program. for every backpack they sell, they give a school bag with supplies to a needy child. that is you. >> this is for normal adults. >> normal adults and kids going back to school, especially college, this is from ebags. it's a new slim laptop backpack. down here we have the ac garage. that's for the heavy duty cables. on the side if you want to carry a water bottle, a zip-open pouch for that. this is neat. to keep organized, we have a pocket for just about everything, many of them see-through. >> i have a hard time keeping large bags organized.
this can be for the school books, and there's a pocket for a tablet or a laptop. >> i love that. >> this is great. >> if i had this, i wouldn't play that game where i think i've lost my phone, but it's hidden in my purse. >> it doesn't have l.e.d. wings. it's a tradeoff. chrome books are more than 50% of the school market now. so a chrome book is not a windows machine, but it does a lot of things. videos here from the last time we were here. it's a beautiful keyboard. it has -- you can download videos to it. >> so this is kind of a midway. it's not a full blown -- >> it uses chrome os. so in school you'll be using wi-fi. you can download programs and then use it offline, but mostly online. there's not a lot of storage, but because of that, this is all
book, the chrome 14. >> and it's very light. very, very light. >> and it's under $300. >> that's also a plus. >> the new asa chrome 14. >> speaking of light -- >> yes. most new android devices have something built in called on the go. >> a mini usb? >> yes. this goes into the android phone or tablet. you can downloadov because this is 32 gigabytes of memory. this side is a regular usb. now you can transfer files between phones and tablets. >> and the computer. that's great. >> isn't that neat? >> so tiny. >> and $12. that's amazing. and that one is $64. they're both from kingston. the final things, want to hand me the hamburger -- >> when you said $64, i thought you were talking about the
64 gigabytes under $20. >> this guy made me hungry. >> it's a company called yummy. they're yummy purses. there's a magnet. there are zippers so you can put clips and things in it. there was a peanut butter and jelly here, and the crew ate them. they're 3-d printed. they run $8 to $16. your whatever little supplies, maybe your little usb port. >> and you hang it on the bag. it's a great conversation starter for back to school. >> i love that, but this is my favorite. >> no fairy wings for her. the military wings. >> all right. dick, thank you very much. we always love having you on. you can check out his website. gizwiz.biz for those supplies and more.
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? ? ? ? it'll be on the list. two months ago, of course, today the newest disney theme park opened in mainland china. it's the company's most expensive overseas investment, and it's paying off. >> more than a million people have visited shanghai disney since it opened the doors in june. >> reporter: this is shanghai disney resort. it's the sixth resort for abc's parent company. the project taking five years to complete with a $5.5 billion price tag. the location within three hours by car or train with 330 million people in a country
more and more disposable income. >> if they even get a fraction of the people into the park it has a potential to increase the revenue. >> the stakes are high. >> they spent five years building it. many more in negotiations. that alone makes this a huge, huge expense both human and dollar wise for disney. that means there is an incredible amount at stake here. ? >> reporter: and although the stories are classically disney, there's the chinese twist like with snow white's dwarves, off to work they go. this time in mandarin. >> it's about bridging the culture and help our team understand what the chinese guests want and what is their culture. >> reporter: this is the cultural analyst for shanghai disneyland. what's the difference between an
what they want to see at disneyland? >> from my understanding, it's because america has a history. we know disney stories. they grew up with us. for us, we only know mickey and minnie. for us, it's hard for us to for us to make this experience that even when you don't know the characters, you feel excited to see them. >> reporter: she shows me the wandering moon tea house. it celebrates the diverse landscapes of china. >> we're entering the forest room. it's forest. definitely our team is inspired by that. >> reporter: that pride making this park entirely unique. to a fairy tale ending. they went big. >> i kind of want to go just to hear the disney songs in mandarin. >> it would be kind of cool. very nice. >> that's the news for this half hour. remember to follow us on facebook. wnnfans.com.