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Disneyland and Ocean Park, the two largest theme parks in Hong Kong, are popular tourist attractions that play a key role in supporting the local tourism industry. With numerous theme parks opening in the Asian region shortly, it is time to take stock if a theme park is a panacea for the city’s tourism industry or a prelude to a white elephant.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.