The Disneyland resort in Hong Kong is closed for the coronavirus but the attraction says it is the protest crisis that is behind its grim figures published on Monday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng The Disneyland resort in Hong Kong is closed for the coronavirus but the attraction says it is the protest crisis that is behind its grim figures published on Monday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
The Disneyland resort in Hong Kong is closed for the coronavirus but the attraction says it is the protest crisis that is behind its grim figures published on Monday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort losses double to HK$105 million as decline attributed to anti-government protests

  • Bosses at the Lantau Island attraction say the ‘very challenging’ summer of social unrest in Hong Kong is behind the losses
  • The theme park is closed for the coronavirus but managing director says they remain optimistic to ‘weather the storm’

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
The Disneyland resort in Hong Kong is closed for the coronavirus but the attraction says it is the protest crisis that is behind its grim figures published on Monday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng The Disneyland resort in Hong Kong is closed for the coronavirus but the attraction says it is the protest crisis that is behind its grim figures published on Monday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
The Disneyland resort in Hong Kong is closed for the coronavirus but the attraction says it is the protest crisis that is behind its grim figures published on Monday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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