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HKD prioritizes in Cantonese and 18 percent growth of attendance?

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  • Video HKD prioritizes in Cantonese and 18 percent growth of attendance?

    Looks like they're talking about the cast members starting to greet people from mainland in mandarin and causing offensive to the locals, and don't know it's true, but the attendance and business had gone up to 18 percent. check it out.




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    Re: HKD prioritizes in Cantonese and 18 percent growth of attendance?

    Would you think that sales be up from Mystic Manor long before you consider changing the greetings?
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      Re: HKD prioritizes in Cantonese and 18 percent growth of attendance?

      China may have 2 languages, but the smallest park should be able to overcome. Not a destination park, but it is cool. It is also very inexpensive and hot.
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        Re: HKD prioritizes in Cantonese and 18 percent growth of attendance?

        It is odd to hear this, but who knows if it works. The thing is to non-Cantonese speakers, Cantonese is hard on the ears. Mandarin sounds better, but not the Beijing accent, which is just as bad.

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          Re: HKD prioritizes in Cantonese and 18 percent growth of attendance?

          This is Hong Kong. Speak either Cantonese or English.

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            Re: HKD prioritizes in Cantonese and 18 percent growth of attendance?

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