Visitors are now allowed to bring their own food and drinks to Shanghai Disneyland but have to open their bags for checks.
Video footage by an undercover reporter from China Central Television shows a security guard asking to look into her bag.
The reporter was heard asking "You allow it now, don't you?"
"Yes, food is allowed. But not those with a strong smell or require cooking," the guard replied.
The world's second largest Disneyland is still using the controversial hand search to make sure no prohibited items are brought into the park.
Many visitors think it's offensive and a violation of their privacy.
Shanghai Disneyland used to have a no-outside-food policy which was eased after a law school student sued the park earlier this year for keeping her from entering with food she bought elsewhere.