Hong Kong Disneyland, which was already seeing fewer visitors following months of street protests in the city, could see a decline in operating income of US$145 million in the second quarter. Photo: Edmond SoHong Kong Disneyland, which was already seeing fewer visitors following months of street protests in the city, could see a decline in operating income of US$145 million in the second quarter. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong Disneyland, which was already seeing fewer visitors following months of street protests in the city, could see a decline in operating income of US$145 million in the second quarter. Photo: Edmond So

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Hong Kong Disneyland, which was already seeing fewer visitors following months of street protests in the city, could see a decline in operating income of US$145 million in the second quarter. Photo: Edmond SoHong Kong Disneyland, which was already seeing fewer visitors following months of street protests in the city, could see a decline in operating income of US$145 million in the second quarter. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong Disneyland, which was already seeing fewer visitors following months of street protests in the city, could see a decline in operating income of US$145 million in the second quarter. Photo: Edmond So
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