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Old July 8th, 2005, 04:22 PM   #201
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but is very small for a park like Disneyland....there is another part of the park under construction?
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Old July 8th, 2005, 05:40 PM   #204
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Old July 8th, 2005, 05:45 PM   #205
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Old July 8th, 2005, 11:56 PM   #206
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Wow !!

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What a preview !!

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Looks like a very beautiful and well thought-out park. I love the police wagon
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Old July 10th, 2005, 01:25 AM   #208
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Disneyland seeking new outlets for ticket sales
Dennis Eng
5 July 2005
South China Morning Post

Tickets to Hong Kong Disneyland will be offered to the public through other channels besides online sales after the park opens on September 12.

Group managing director Don Robinson said yesterday that contracts were being finalised with various sales outlets, but declined to give details. Mr Robinson said caution must be taken to guard against fake tickets.

"In future, we will look at all sales outlets," he said. Individual tickets are now only for sale online.

A spokesman for the MTR Corp denied that there were plans to sell park tickets at stations.

No dates for the park's first three months of operation have been sold out yet, though Mr Robinson said the 12,000 opening-day tickets were "very close" to being sold. He said wholesalers and travel agents, who are allocated tickets for tour groups, still held many tickets.

Polytechnic University assistant professor of hotel and tourism management Norman Au said the apparent lack of a rush for tickets may be due to people's fears about internet credit card fraud and their overly high expectations of opening-day crowds.

"People may also be waiting for comments and feedback on the park from the initial crowds before venturing in themselves. Also, the park opens after the start of the school year and parents may prefer to take their children later, during the holidays, like Christmas."

He said that expanding the retail ticket distribution network, such as to Disney stores, would be beneficial to the park but doubted whether outlets like 7-Eleven would be willing partners.

The professor said selling tickets in MTR stations would be more likely as the rail operator was launching the Disneyland Resort Line early next month.
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Old July 17th, 2005, 01:55 AM   #209
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Lobster replaces shark's fin at Disney
Caroline Li, Hong Kong Standard
July 16, 2005

Newlyweds celebrating at Hong Kong Disneyland will have to make do with lobster now that shark's fin soup is off the menu, Disney representative Irene Chan said Friday.

Shark's fin soup was yanked from the wedding menus after environmentalists threatened to stage protests, so Disney will offer lobster soup and seafood boullion instead.

"We are very confident that this choice can give [customers] the satisfaction and fulfill the same requirement," Chan said.

The new soup and other dishes have been designed to serve the same purpose of significance and custom that shark's fin soup does in Chinese weddings.

"We congratulate Disney as a leader on its decision to take shark's fin soup off its menu," said Clarus Chu, WWF Hong Kong assistant conservation officer. He also suggested that Disney use MSD-certified Western Australian lobster in its new dishes.

"This method makes sure that the harvesting of lobster will not have a negative long-term impact on fisheries," he said, adding that it was a matter of sustainability.

Disney's Chan said that, instead of simply omitting the soup course, the company "wanted to provide an alternative that reflects the same prestige and is acceptable for Chinese wedding celebrations."

Guests who have already made reservations for weddings at the theme park have been notified, and Chan said the general response has been positive.

"They understand our decision and appreciate the replacement. Most are happy with the alternative."

Wedding dinner packages are separated into three options. The Crystal Package Menu offers double-boiled sea whelk soup with mushrooms, the Diamond Menu includes lobster soup with bamboo piths and mushrooms, while the Emerald Menu will have bamboo fungus stuffed with shrimp paste and crab roe in superior bouillon soup.

The overall prices of each wedding dinner package have been lowered by at least HK$1,000 due to the menu change. The Crystal Fairy Tale Wedding Package, originally HK$8,888, is now HK$7,888. The Diamond Fairy Tale Package is now HK$ 9,388, revised from HK$10,888, and the Emerald Fairy Tale Package is HK$10,888, down from HK$12,888.

Chan said the menu is just one part of the overall "unique, magical Disney experience."

Disney anticipates that hosting weddings at the theme park will be popular among Hong Kong locals, so extras - such as personalized Fairytale Wedding certificates, wedding invitations and card designs, on-site personal wedding specialists and a Fairy Tale wedding cake for photographs - are available only at Hong Kong Disneyland.

Environmentalist groups began their campaign against Disney serving shark's fin soup last month, arguing that serving the dish added to the depletion of sharks.

Chu attributes the success of the menu change to all environmentalist organizations who supported the campaign. "It resulted from everyone who had a concern," he said.
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Old July 18th, 2005, 12:50 AM   #210
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they really need the big railroad mountain and splash mountain, without it, disneyland isnt fun.

Disneyland hong kong is great... by the pictures.
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Old July 21st, 2005, 06:10 AM   #211
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Wednesday July 20, 11:31 PM
Hong Kong Disneyland Gives Reporters Peek

AP - Hong Kong Disneyland gave journalists a sneak peek Wednesday, two months before the newest park opens to the public, showing off an East-meets-West mix of classic thrill rides like Space Mountain and restaurants serving Asian cuisines.

The park features a trademark Sleeping Beauty Castle and a Main Street that recreates small-town America. The food is distinctly Asian, catering to the masses of tourists Disney hopes to attract from across the border in mainland China.

When the park opens Sept. 12, its eight restaurants _ with 2,900 seats _ will cook up all the major Chinese cuisines, like Cantonese, Shanghainese and northern noodle dishes. Visitors also will be able to dig into Japanese sushi and tempura.

A pastry shop serves Hong Kong-style barbecue puffs and pineapple buns alongside chocolate croissants and cinnamon rolls.

The food is served in Western settings, such as at Royal Banquet Hall, inspired by "Sleeping Beauty." Throughout the park, signs are in Chinese and English.

Along with popular rides like Space Mountain, the park will have a Mickey's PhilharMagic movie theater with a massive 3-D screen. The cinema will show Disney staples such as the "The Little Mermaid," "The Lion King" and "Beauty and the Beast" mixed in with special effects.

A long, palm tree-lined driveway leads to the park. At the front gate, there's a huge water fountain with a bronze statue of a whale spouting a stream of water on which Mickey Mouse is surfing.

The park is a joint venture between the Hong Kong government and The Walt Disney Co. It is built on reclaimed land on an outlying island.
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Old July 21st, 2005, 07:14 AM   #212
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Quote:
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they really need the big railroad mountain, without it, disneyland isnt fun.

Phase II. Already in effect, and the park hasn't even opened yet
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Old July 22nd, 2005, 10:30 AM   #213
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they really need the big railroad mountain and splash mountain, without it, disneyland isnt fun.

Disneyland hong kong is great... by the pictures.
Disneyland Paris still don't have it's spash mountain either....
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Old July 25th, 2005, 10:54 PM   #214
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Hong Kong Disneyland Launches Fashion Line
Thu Jul 21, 6:24 AM ET

HONG KONG (AP) - Less than two months before Hong Kong Disneyland opens, Mickey Mouse and company are taking their publicity blitz to the shopping masses, launching Disney-themed clothing with the Hong Kong-based clothing chain Giordano.

The line features adult and children's T-shirts and sweatshirts, Giordano International Ltd., which has more than 1,500 outlets in Asia, Australia and the Middle East, said in a statement on its Web site Thursday.

The deal, signed with Walt Disney Co. (Asia Pacific), was the first licensing agreement that Giordano has entered into with another brand, the fashion retailer said.

One outlet in Hong Kong's Causeway Bay shopping district was recently blanketed with the Disney T-shirts featuring characters from Mickey to Nemo.

Giordano, whose style resembles U.S. retail chain Gap, is popular because of its low prices. A standard T-shirt costs 40 Hong Kong dollars ($5).

Hong Kong Disneyland, set to open Sept. 12, is hoping to draw throngs of tourists from mainland China, where wages are much lower than in affluent Hong Kong.

The Disney clothing line is priced above Giordano's typical range but still cheaper than the higher-end apparel available on site at Hong Kong Disneyland.

The Giordano Disney T-shirts cost HK$80 ($10) each. By comparison, a sequined T-shirt featuring Mickey Mouse in a magician's outfit on sale at Hong Kong Disneyland is priced HK$380 ($50).

The Disney collection will launch in China next week, Taiwan and southeast Asia in August, then South Korea and Australia in September.
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Old July 25th, 2005, 11:01 PM   #215
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Fireworks displays upset DB residents
Wendy Leung, Hong Kong Standard
July 26, 2005


Disneyland rehearses for its nightly fireworks display. SING TAO

More than 30 complaints about fireworks displays at Disneyland have been received by the Islands District Council from Discovery Bay residents.

But an attempt by Islands District councillor Amy Yung to get two compromise proposals discussed by the Environmental Protection Department's environment improvement and food hygiene committee meeting Monday got nowhere.

The government instead issued an environmental permit allowing Disney to put on a nightly show after it opens on September 12.

"The public was not consulted when Sunny Bay was selected as the site for Disneyland. Now our two requests concerning the reduction of pollution have been rejected," Yung said.

She said her main aim in bringing up the issue was to urge Disney to use a gunpowder-less, compressed-air technology to launch its fireworks.

This new technology uses compressed air to lift the fireworks, instead of gunpowder. It is quieter and causes less air pollution.

"It can effectively help reduce air and noise pollution. It will also lower the risks during the transportation and storage as well as the fireworks displays," Yung said.

She also proposed that Disney abandons fireworks displays on nights when pollution is high.

But instead of a discussion, Yung was given a written response which did not include a convincing explanation as to why her proposal was declined.

The EPD said that the Environmental Impact Assessment report for Disney had been approved, and an Environmental Permit was issued under the EIA Ordinance for the construction and operation of Disney, including the fireworks displays.

Disneyland spokeswoman Esther Wong said that, as Disney theme parks are configured differently, the use of an air launch was not feasible or effective in places like Hong Kong Disney.

"The trial methodology and the results of the trial tests show that the fireworks shows comply with all the requirements set forth by the EIA," Wong said.

But Yung said the reports of the two fireworks tests were not complete and that some data were missing. "Discovery Bay is a quiet place and the nightly fireworks displays are almost certain to irritate the residents," Yung said. "We thought our suggested compromises were reasonable, but these were rejected."
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Old August 4th, 2005, 01:39 AM   #216
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Disney fever brings economic benefits to Hong Kong

HONG KONG, Aug 3 (Reuters) - As Disney puts the finishing touches to its Hong Kong theme park, the territory has high hopes for the entertainment giant's contribution to the local economy.

Due to open next month, the US$1.8 billion Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island will create thousands of jobs for a city grappling with severe unemployment and will fuel a boom in tourism that is already spurring the economy.

"It's a psychological boost," said Paul Tang, senior economist at Bank of East Asia. "It will attract tourists not just from mainland China but other destinations and stimulate domestic spending because local people will go to Disneyland."

With just six weeks to the opening, Disney fever is rife.

On Monday 18,000 people turned up just to ride a train to the new Disney Resort station. Meanwhile, property sales in neighbouring Tung Chung town have quadrupled in the past month, newspapers reported.

Enthusiasm for the project prompted investment house CLSA to upgrade its 2005 gross domestic product forecast for Hong Kong to 6.7 percent from 6.4 percent early this year, and its 2006 forecast to 6.5 percent from 6.1 percent.

Disneyland would boost consumer spending, offset rising interest rates and lift the local stock market, it said.

Some 5.6 million visitors are expected at the park in its first year, accelerating a tourism boom triggered by Beijing's easing of travel restrictions.

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Spending by Chinese visitors increased to 12 percent of Hong Kong's retail sales in 2004 from 5 percent in 2000, says Goldman Sachs, and that spending power has been enhanced by the recent appreciation of the Chinese yuan.

Mickey Mouse and Snow White have recently been on promotional trips to China, and the Hong Kong Tourism Board expects a record 23 million visitors in Hong Kong this year, more than half from China.

Hong Kong Disneyland says the park, which includes two hotels, will draw a new class of visitor to the territory.

"We hope to bring more family tourists to Hong Kong," a spokeswoman said.

The Hong Kong government, a joint venture partner in Hong Kong Disneyland with Walt Disney Co. , estimates the park will generate HK$148.5 billion (US$19 billion) in revenue over 40 years, create 18,000 jobs across the economy in its first year and another 36,000 jobs in the next two decades.

The government has invested over US$1.7 billion in infrastructure for the project, mainly on reclaiming land from the sea and on road links.

"Job creation will be a fillip," said Mohan Singh, head of Asian consumer research at BNP Paribas Peregrine, as the city is struggling with near 6 percent unemployment.

Singh recommends investors buy shares in local consumer companies, such as retailer Giordano International Ltd , which is selling Disney T-shirts, and those with franchises at the park.

Jewellery retailer Hang Fung Gold Technology Ltd , expects a 30 percent surge in sales once Disneyland opens.

Not everyone is thrilled by Disney's arrival though.

Residents at Discovery Bay on Lantau have complained about pollution from fireworks at Disneyland and many Hong Kongers have balked at the park's US$38 entry fee.

Still, Internet tickets for the opening day are sold out.

Hong Kong Disneyland predicts visitor numbers will reach 10 million a year within a few years. That would be well below the 25 million a year that Tokyo Disneyland attracts, although a second phase is planned for the Hong Kong park.

For the longer term the outlook is more cloudy: reports say a Disneyland in Shanghai is planned for 2012 that will be four times the size of the Hong Kong park. (US$=HK$7.8)
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Disney stages new test, but it's all quiet in Discovery Bay
Winnie Yeung
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The latest fireworks test run staged at the Disneyland site in Penny's Bay last night passed a noise test in nearby Discovery Bay.

About 40 residents turned out to watch the display, which began half an hour later than scheduled at 9.30pm.

Fireworks rose into the night sky but spectators on the beach said they detected little noise.

The only sounds that could be heard were screams from children thrilled with the display.

"It is beautiful and I am happy," said four-year-old Carine Au Ka-yu. Although there was little noise from the 15-minute firecracker display, Wong Sin-lun, who has lived in Discovery Bay for 15 years, said he had enjoyed the show.

"The effect is really mild, which I think is acceptable," he said.

Islands district councillor Amy Yung Wing-sheung said the noise from the fireworks display was acceptable given that the events would be staged nightly after the theme park opens.

But she criticised the park for not consulting residents directly and urged the government to closely monitor the effect on the environment.

Six more rehearsals will be held up to August 15 before the park's main rehearsal on August 16.

Disney last month won official backing for its fireworks after deeming its own tests met environmental standards, despite gaps in the information it provided to an environmental watchdog.

The Advisory Council on the Environment said in July that a fireworks trial on May 6 and 7 met noise and air quality requirements in general but it wanted Disney to provide more information.
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Report: Hundreds of stray dogs roaming Hong Kong Disneyland raise concerns
6 August 2005

HONG KONG (AP) - Hundreds of wild dogs are roaming around Hong Kong Disneyland's grounds a month before the park opens, raising concerns that guests and staff could be attacked, a Disney spokeswoman and a news report said Sunday.

Park officials are seeking advice from animal experts -- including the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals -- on how to clear out the dogs, which haven't attacked anyone, said Hong Kong Disneyland spokeswoman Esther Wong.

Packs of dogs surface by the hundreds from neighboring hills after dark and pester staff, The South China Morning Post reported Sunday. Wong said she didn't know how many dogs wander the theme park.

Hong Kong Disneyland, which is scheduled to open Sept. 12., is located on reclaimed land on the outlying Lantau island, which is sparsely populated.

The dog issue came under scrutiny two weeks ago when the Post reported that Disneyland staff were using the animals as guard dogs, which were later rounded up and killed. The accusations drew criticism from animal activists.

The park denied using any as guard dogs, but Hong Kong's conservation department confirmed 45 dogs had been caught around Disneyland since May, and some had been euthanized.
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Film crews have been hard at work this past week shooting footage for the new park’s commercial... the only odd thing is that they are shooting in Paris!!!

Here's a link showing some pictures: Disneyland HK commercial shot in Disneyland Paris
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