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Tag Archives: Hong Kong Disneyland
“I want to be a real park” said Hong Kong Disneyland after seeing the poor imitation theme park puppet it had been constructed as. Alas until recently, HKDL was caught between it’s Stromboli (Eisner’ fear of infrastructure investment) and Fowlfellow … Continue reading
The LA Times has a cute interview with Iake Eissenmann and Kim Richards, the original children from Disney’s Witch Mountain films. They each have cameo roles in the current relaunch. Downtown Disney Orlando’s latest store, Tren-D, is set to open … Continue reading
Andrew Kam, a former Coca-Cola executive with 20 years of experience in China, has been named managing director of Hong Kong Disneyland. Kam comes to HKDL with a specialized marketing background that will be used to draw more Chinese tourists … Continue reading
Disney has made an offer to the Hong Kong Government, their partners in Hong Kong Disneyland, to refinance the debt that was created to build the park. This would allow the park to expand more quickly and increase attendance. This … Continue reading