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Robert Iger, Jay Rasulo and Andy Bird visit Shanghai and Hong Kong


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  • Robert Iger, Jay Rasulo and Andy Bird visit Shanghai and Hong Kong

    2006/07/18, 週二


    廸士尼聲明稱,隨行高層包括廸士尼董事長兼行政總裁Robert Iger,廸士尼樂園及渡假村主席Jay Rasulo,廸士尼國際主席Andy Bird。

    他們18日抵滬,並出席上海大劇院的"獅子王"開幕禮。這部奪得百老匯音樂劇獎的廸士尼作品,將在劇院上演 100場。


    美資繼香港廸士尼樂園2005年9月12日開幕後,爭取在中國建第二個樂園。上海官員承認已進行有關前期工 作,迪士尼卻堅稱雙方尚未達成任何協議。
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    Senior Management(Robert Iger, Jay Rasulo, Andy Bird) from Walt Disney Co. visit Shanghai today and Hong Kong Tomorrow.

    They are visiting Shanghai for the opening ceremony of "The Lion King" show.

    They will leave Shanghai for Hong Kong tomorrow, where they will meet staffs at Hong Kong disneyland.

    Shanghai Officials say the Disney Theme park is under early planning stage, but spokeman for Disney says no agreement has been reached.

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