An article from the Gulf News offers some interesting opinions on what Hong Kong Disneyland's immediate and long-term causes for concern are. Could it be, as director Bill Ernest suggests, that the park is a seasonal business and we haven't hit the right season yet? Finally, what does this mean for Disney's future in China?
"This is a seasonal business," insisted Ernest. "Our busiest periods are our fiscal third and fourth quarters [April to September], and we have resolved the problems we experienced early on."
We had mistakenly attributed this article to Gulf News. However, it turns out that the article was originally from the Telegraph (UK), and reprinted on the Gulf News site.
We regret any confusion this has caused.
(Also, if a friendly moderator could change the heading of this topic to read: 'Telegraph: Waiting for the Crowds' it would be grand.)