Lau Ming-wai is to become the chairman of Ocean Park, the resort in Aberdeen that was on the brink of financial meltdown before a government rescue deal was agreed. Photo: Nora Tam Lau Ming-wai is to become the chairman of Ocean Park, the resort in Aberdeen that was on the brink of financial meltdown before a government rescue deal was agreed. Photo: Nora Tam
Lau Ming-wai is to become the chairman of Ocean Park, the resort in Aberdeen that was on the brink of financial meltdown before a government rescue deal was agreed. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong’s Ocean Park to unveil Chinese Estates Holdings tycoon Lau Ming-wai as new chairman

  • The 39-year-old will next month replace Leo Kung Lin-cheng, while another member of senior management will become interim CEO, sources say
  • Shake-up comes during turbulent time for the resort, which closed for months because of the coronavirus and required HK$5.4 billion bailout to keep it going

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Lau Ming-wai is to become the chairman of Ocean Park, the resort in Aberdeen that was on the brink of financial meltdown before a government rescue deal was agreed. Photo: Nora Tam Lau Ming-wai is to become the chairman of Ocean Park, the resort in Aberdeen that was on the brink of financial meltdown before a government rescue deal was agreed. Photo: Nora Tam
Lau Ming-wai is to become the chairman of Ocean Park, the resort in Aberdeen that was on the brink of financial meltdown before a government rescue deal was agreed. Photo: Nora Tam
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