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Hong Kong Disneyland Hearts Coca-Cola

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 to the park. Bill Ernest,… Read More »Hong Kong Disneyland Hearts Coca-Cola

New “it’s a small world” photos with Disney Characters

It’s not the changes that are expected to come to Disneyland’s original version of the classic “it’s a small world” attraction, but the Hong Kong Disneyland version does feature little Small World dolls all dressed up like Disney characters. Hong Kong Disneyland Source website has… Read More »New “it’s a small world” photos with Disney Characters

Hong Kong Disneyland fine tuning strategy

The word coming from Disney’s first mainland Asia theme park these days is that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. The park is reporting higher attendance levels attributed to the “Year Of the Mouse” festival and Disney attuning its offerings to… Read More »Hong Kong Disneyland fine tuning strategy

Hong Kong’s Ocean Park Does Well vs. HKDL

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David Pierson writes in the Los Angeles Times about Ocean Park in Hong Kong, and compares and contrasts it to Hong Kong Disneyland. With Allan Zeman’s help, the government-owned park has since set attendance records while Disneyland has suffered one blow after another, even failing to reach attendance goals. And Zeman, whose bald head and… Read More »Hong Kong’s Ocean Park Does Well vs. HKDL

Morning Roundup – June 27 reports that early autopsy results indicate the teenage girl who died while riding Rock’n’Roller Coaster at Disneyland Resort Paris did not die from trauma. This lends weight to the tragic of pre-existing conditions contributing to the death. Inspections also found no mechanical malfunction on the attraction and it has since re-opened. The original motion… Read More »Morning Roundup – June 27