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HK Disneyland underestimates Spring Festival potential - Xinhua News - 2/4/06


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  • HK Disneyland underestimates Spring Festival potential - Xinhua News - 2/4/06

    HONG KONG, Feb. 4 (Xinhuanet) -- Hong Kong Disneyland underestimated the market needs over the Chinese Lunar New Year, admitted the park's top executive Saturday, apologizing the third time for denying entry of visitors after sold-out in the holidays.

    "This Chinese New Year...we have had record 'sell out' crowds," Bill Ernest, the park's executive vice president and managing director, told a press conference held here on Saturday.
    "Because of the high demand, we were not able to accommodate everyone who came to the park," said Ernest, who had apologized for the same situation through written statement twice over the previous two days.
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    Source : Xinhua News

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