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  • pennysbay
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    Not really, the media treated HKDL quite well and there were many positive stories until August 2005

    The situation reversed when people finally find the park was so small and there were a series of PR incidents during the Grand Opening

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  • pennysbay
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    Privilege Tickets for 11 nights! How about HKDL? The situation is so sorry as nothing it has achieved at this moment.



    HKDL needs to attract real paid guests (not staff tickets holders) to improve its revenue. To achieve this target it can either invest in attractions / hardware or special event program / software. Unfortunately HKDL has done very limited job in this area. May be the WDI Imagineers are too busy for the Shanghai Project?

    For all domestic readers, I just want to let you know that after HKDL has released its attendance figures (5M) near all local media are blaming the HKSAR Government everyday for the decision to make the HKDL agreement with TWDC. They also blaming the HKDL management (from TWDC) for their poor performance.

    You may think they are too nervious, however consider Hong Kong tax payers have spent USD 3billions for a world class Disney Theme Park and now they find the product is performing far behind a small, old, local theme park (Ocean Park). It is not hard to understand why they are so angry.

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  • Halloween, Holidays and New Years Eve Fun as HKDL Announces More Festive Events

    http://www.hkdlsource.com/news/viewstory?story=36HKDLSource, of course.

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