The government is urging Hong Kong Disneyland to be flexible about the maximum number of people it admits on peak days to avoid a repeat of the chaos and complaints that marred the theme park's charity event on Sunday. Financial Secretary Henry Tang Ying-yen said Sunday was a stress test for the theme park to see how staff and facilities would fare under its full capacity of 30,000 people. 'Based on the experience, there is room for consideration to be flexible over peak-day capacities.' Don Robinson, group managing director of the theme park, agreed. 'I think the combination of the weather and the number of people we had made lines longer than we really wanted them to be. But we are working on it. We're going to fix it.' Among the many suggestions offered by government officials during yesterday's meeting with Mr Robinson was the addition of 600 restaurant seats and 20 food carts. Entry arrangements, queue management, food and beverage facilities, seating areas and car parking arrangements were all discussed. 'There are a lot of things we can do,' he said. 'It's all part of the learning curve and that is why we did the rehearsal.'