An employee disinfects an Ocean Park roundabout on September 18, 2020, after the theme park reopened following the easing of Covid-19 social distancing rules in Hong Kong. It had to shut again in December amid a resurgence in cases. Photo: K.Y. Cheng An employee disinfects an Ocean Park roundabout on September 18, 2020, after the theme park reopened following the easing of Covid-19 social distancing rules in Hong Kong. It had to shut again in December amid a resurgence in cases. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
An employee disinfects an Ocean Park roundabout on September 18, 2020, after the theme park reopened following the easing of Covid-19 social distancing rules in Hong Kong. It had to shut again in December amid a resurgence in cases. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Ocean Park

Letters | How Hong Kong’s Ocean Park can get a creative makeover: with a little imagination

  • Instead of outsourcing part of the theme park for the usual commercial ventures, it could be transformed into a hub for Hong Kong’s creative industry, offering opportunities for young people

Topic |   Ocean Park
An employee disinfects an Ocean Park roundabout on September 18, 2020, after the theme park reopened following the easing of Covid-19 social distancing rules in Hong Kong. It had to shut again in December amid a resurgence in cases. Photo: K.Y. Cheng An employee disinfects an Ocean Park roundabout on September 18, 2020, after the theme park reopened following the easing of Covid-19 social distancing rules in Hong Kong. It had to shut again in December amid a resurgence in cases. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
An employee disinfects an Ocean Park roundabout on September 18, 2020, after the theme park reopened following the easing of Covid-19 social distancing rules in Hong Kong. It had to shut again in December amid a resurgence in cases. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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