Is "the place where" omitted after "is" here? I don't understand why a subject and verb follow after "is".
Answer from a Native speaker
"The place where dreams come true" is a phrase that is often associated with Disney, but in fact it doesn't need to always be used in its entirety. You can use just "every X's dream come true" like this speaker in this video has, to indicate that lovers of X would really enjoy this place. In this case, the speaker believes that story lovers would love this Chinese library and bookstore. Thus, "the place" has not been omitted here. "Every x's dream come true" is an informal expression that means a wild fancy or hope that is realized (become reality). Ex: This Marvel exhibition is every Marvel fan's dream come true. Ex: I won the lottery. It feels like a dream come true.