HONG KONG, 31 January 2008 Beginning this month, Hong Kong Disneyland, which opened in 2005, will become a bit less American and more Chinese. The changes are a response to a 30 per cent drop in visitors last year.Critics say that the theme park is not attractive enough to Asian visitors. Many Chinese are unfamiliar with Disney stories, so they do not understand some rides and shows. Much of the food and music is too Western. Disneyland’s advertising was also foreign — the happy families had two children, which did not match the...
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