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

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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