"How Hong Kong Disneyland To Deal With The Cultural Problem" Essays and Research Papers

  • How Hong Kong Disneyland To Deal With The Cultural Problem

    the United States caused Disney to seek out international success. Disney anticipated that there would be continued success by “bringing the original disneyland model to new territories, and then, if feasible, adding a specialty them park.” (5) Disney began the venture of internationalizing its theme park operations with the opening of Tokyo Disneyland in 1983. This park is regarded as one of the most successful amusement parks not only in the Disney operating parks but in the world. Disney’s highly...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort, Magic Kingdom 2354  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disneyland

    of customer relationship management strategy in Hong Kong Disneyland. Hong Kong Disneyland is a famous international company over the world. It vision is to provide the quality service on the ceremony to customers and to provide them special unique experiences. We have conducted an interview with a supervisor of customer relationship management department of Hong Kong Disneyland concerning their special customer management strategy. For example, how it provides the best services to its guests and...

    Customer, Customer relationship management, Customer service 1676  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disneyland

    Hong Kong Disney: the good and the bad Introduction:Disney Disney was founded on October 16, 1923, by Walt and Roy Disney as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio, and established itself as a leader in the American animation industry before diversifying into live-action film production, television, travel, and theme parks (The Walt Disney Company, 2012). Disney went on to construct theme parks in California, Florida, Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong. Today Disney is the largest media conglomerate of the...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1678  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disneyland Case Study

    SUMMERY This paper will analyze Hong Kong Disneyland that was built y Disney in conjunction with the Hong Kong government. The local culture of the people of Hong Kong and how it is related to the operation of business especially the tourism industry, which Disneyland will fall under, will be closely examined. The author chose Hong Kong Disneyland, a theme park built and operated by a new-joint venture, between the Government of Hong Kong and the Walt Disney Company. In this report the...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Park, Disneyland Resort 2059  Words | 6  Pages

  • Service Quality in the Hong Kong Disneyland

    summary Background: Disneyland wants to know visitors’ ideas of what improvements can be made to enhance their satisfaction. For this purpose, Disneyland desires that a quick survey of their visitors be done to elicit their opinions. Justification: Disneyland always receive many of complaints for the tourist ,it found that the common problem is cutting in the line and the place & facilities is not enough. Recommendations: Disneyland should find out the main problem and rectify, the following...

    Hong Kong Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, Mainland China 1835  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case Analysis of Hong Kong Disneyland

    Case Analysis of Hong Kong Disneyland Analysis for Disney’s losing market share due to operational issues Hong Kong is a set of islands, which are outside the Mainland China. The culture in Hong Kong differs from the mainland due to its rule from the British. Hong Kong was a prime tourist destinations for a large number of people from the mainland, as a result Disney focused on people from mainland, the local residents and international tourists. The local residents were infamous for their low...

    China, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 790  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Analysis of Hong Kong Disneyland

    Case Analysis of Hong Kong Disneyland Table of Contents Overview 1 Service Concept 2 Current Issues 3 Analysis 5 Recommendation 7 Overview Hong Kong Disneyland was opened in September 2005 through a joint venture between the Walt Disney International and Hong Kong government. Disney has been on an international expansion since it first opened its park in 1980 in Japan and China being the most lucrative market, Disney decided to open the park in Hong Kong after selecting the city...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1450  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disneyland

    1. How would you value the Hong Kong Disneyland project from the perspective of Walt Disney? The valuation of Hong Kong Disneyland from the perspective of Walt Disney is done by taking the following assumptions: Cost of Capital = 9.52% Cost of Government Debt = 8.19% Cost of Commercial Bank Debt = 11.36% Cost of Equity = 12.3% (10 year average) Inflation = 7.31% (10 year average) Gross margin = 37% Operating Cost = 22% Variable Management Fee = 5% With the above assumptions the FCF...

    Discounted cash flow, Disneyland Resort, Evaluation 982  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Study: Hong Kong Disneyland: Where Is The Magic

     06N:223:EXC GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGY Case Study: Hong Kong Disneyland: Where Is The Magic The case study, “Hong Kong Disneyland: Where is the Magic”, analyzed Disney’s strategic decision to expand their product into Hong Kong. Disney entered into a joint venture with the Hong Kong government to build their third international theme park. The following analysis reviews why and how Disney entered the South-East Asian market using the CAGE analysis. We review the strategic...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1959  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hong Kong's Disneyland

    com/watch?v=ACKQtHYbS-0 Shanghai disneyland Resort Hong Kong Disney land Disney The first thing of national advantage is factors of production. Hong Kong Disney land has relatively good factors like labor and infrastructure. Hong Kong has a much better labor supply market compared to other Asia countries. Because there are many people who can understand and speak English and putonghua that is very important factor in doing tourism business. Secondly, Hong Kong’s infrastructure! such as MTR...

    Cruise ship, Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1680  Words | 5  Pages

  • Disney in Hong Kong

    1. Disneyland Market Positioning and Expansion into the international Market Disneyland has pride itself to be a fantasy world, a place where people (regardless of age) can escape from reality (Appendix 1 shows that fantasy world is heavily weighted in the proportion of Disney movies). With this positioning statement that applies to everyone regardless of geographic location (Chinese have dreams and can fantasize as much as Americans or Europeans), expansion into the international market may not...

    China, Disneyland Resort, People's Republic of China 1749  Words | 5  Pages

  • hongkong disneyland

    all these together forms the fifth one. It was no.1 in entertainment companies of 2012 Mickey Mouse goes to Hong Kong Disney land was regarded as one of the main companies to stabilize the local economy. After the discussions and negotiations for almost nine months the government and the company reached a preliminary agreement for the Disneyland in Hong Kong. Major Pillars of Hong Kong economy It can be segmented as: Tourism from mainland China Tourism from Taiwan and Southeast Asia Tourism...

    Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1895  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disneyland Case Study

    Introduction The purpose of this paper is to analyze the Walt Disney Company and their expansion into Hong Kong with the theme park Hong Kong Disneyland (HKD). The Walt Disney Company was founded in 1923 by Walt Disney. It was a company founded upon as an entertainment experience for people of all ages starting out with short films and then moving into full length motion pictures. Since its inception the Disney Company has grown into a worldwide organization and is made up of four major areas...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Park, Disneyland Resort 2115  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hong Kong Cultural Conversation

    development. In Hong Kong, however, it was not until the recent years that the city's government, citizens and the media have brought more attention to the development of the city's cultural and arts scene and preservation of the former British colony's unique cultural heritage. In response to the social unrest, the government has begun to develop a specific strategy with regard to the arts and culture. One main focus of their strategies lies in the preservation of Hong Kong cultural heritage. However...

    Culture, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island 1451  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marketing Case Study - Disneyland Hong Kong

    MKT 9/27/2014 Case Study Hong Kong Disneyland: Chinese Tourists’ Behavior and Disneyland’s Internationalization Strategy 1. What led to the eventual woes experienced by Hong Kong Disneyland in its first year of operation? How should Hong Kong Disneyland rectify its market situation? The venture into Hong Kong by Walt Disney was a simple example of a large successful western company not doing its homework. The case presents a clear picture of the importance of understanding a foreign market...

    China, Chinese language, Culture 1118  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disney Case

    Unit 2 Case Study: Hong Kong Disneyland Margaret Taylor MGT 614: Global and Transnational Management Dr. Laura Mays Tiffin University May 26th, 2013 UNIT 2 CASE STUDY 1 Introduction The purpose of this paper is to analyze the management strategies of Hong Kong Disneyland ,and the issues that have arisen. Hong Kong an amusement park built by the Disney Corporation and the Hong Kong government and opened in September...

    Bruce Lee, China, Disneyland Paris 2475  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disneyland Case

    SEPTEMBER 12, 2006 MARKED THE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF HONG KONG DISNEYLAND. BILL ERNEST, HKD EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT PROBLEMS The first problem noticed was that the capacity limit of 30,000 visitors may have been too high. For example, on Sept 4,2005, approximately 29,000 local visitors went to the park. The average queuing time was 45 mins for the restaurants and more than two hours for the rides. The park faced pressure to lower the daily capacity limit. Instead, the park...

    Chief Executive of Hong Kong, China, Hong Kong 1006  Words | 4  Pages

  • Disney Environmental Impacts (Hong Kong)

    This following report is based on the environmental impacts and issues Hong Kong Disneyland has on the hospitality and tourism industries. Disneyland was first opened in Los Angeles in the year 1955 and is owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company. It was aimed for entertainment and family and is one of the most popular and well-known theme parks in the world. Later on, Disneyland opened in three more countries, which includes Florida, Japan and Europe. Visitors were offered exciting roller...

    Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island 1650  Words | 5  Pages

  • Disneyland

    the prince live happily ever after. In reality, when the Hong Kong Government met the Walt Disney Company, the fantastic dream vanished. The Company failed to protect Hong Kong from the economic downturn. Hong Kong Disneyland was opened on 12 September 2005. Hong Kong was soaked in an atmosphere of jubilance after the Hong Kong government successfully signed contract documents with Walt Disney Company. However, series of scandals and problems have popped up since the construction of the theme park...

    American Broadcasting Company, Disney Channel, Disneyland Park 1499  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disney

    Disney to bear the risk and cost of a new theme park only by itself because competition in the theme park business in fierce and Disney cannot guarantee success. For example, universal studio is doing very well in the United States and competing with Disneyland in that region. If the cost for the new theme park is too large, Disney should find ways to reduce it in order to minimize risk and decide investment mode carefully. Return on investment: The profit in different mode varies a lot. The whole...

    China, Chinese language, Hong Kong 1316  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disneyland Case Study

    Economic Conditions in Hong Kong Unemployment went from 2.5% in 1997 to over 6% in 1999 GDP fell to historic low of minus 5.1% in 1998, with slight improvement to 0.7% in 2nd qtr. of 1999. Property sector was dominant growth driver in Hong Kong, over 65% of stock market valuation and 50% of bank lending. Tourism was only 4% of economy activity in 1998 and 1999. Gov’t. hoped to diversify with a tourist attraction. $104B to territory from tourism in 1996, dropped to $55B in mid-1997. The Walt...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Park, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1474  Words | 6  Pages

  • Disneyland Hong Kong Case Study

    Keyword  Hong Kong Disneyland  Disney Hong Kong  香港迪士尼  飛躍奇妙  HK Disneyland  hongkong Disneyland  "迪士尼五週年"OR"迪士尼五周年"OR"飛躍奇妙"OR"飛躍奇妙五週年"OR"飛躍奇妙五周年"OR"迪 士尼飛躍奇妙五週年"OR"迪士尼飛躍奇妙五周年"OR"香港迪士尼五週年"OR"香港迪士尼五周年"      1. Campaign Background   ● Celebration in the Air  HK Disneyland 5th Anniversary Celebration  ● New Attraction:  Flights of Fantasy Parade, Tinker Bell Castle  ● Events:  Spring: Star Guest Program (11)  Summer: Summer Party  Autumn: Haunted Halloween  Winter: Sparkling Christmas  ● Currently: Star Guest Program ...

    Google, Keywords 475  Words | 10  Pages

  • Hong Kong Landfill Problem

    Turn landfill problem into history With the wasteful lifestyle of Hong Kong citizens, the 4 major landfills in Hong Kong are going to be saturated. From the government’s words, these landfills will be fully saturated before late 2010s. The situation is getting worse in these years, as people have no improvement in their consumption style. They are not aware of their responsibility on reducing waste. Also, people cannot develop the routine on recycling, and send much unnecessary rubbish to the landfill...

    Biodegradable waste, Hong Kong, Incineration 1440  Words | 4  Pages

  • Disneyland Abroad

    Disneyland Different DisneyLand theme parks deal with cultural differences among Disney theme parks located in different countries. It begins by discussing the difficulties encountered when associating American Disney theme park norms to HKD. It explores Disney’s efforts to rectify dilemmas highlighted in the media involving differences among the culture, park guests, and disgruntled employees. It examines the initial attractiveness of Hong Kong to Disney and the current factors limiting its...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong 887  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hong Kong Tourism

    provide an overview is Hong Kong. Hong Kong is one of the two special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China; the other is Macau. Hong Kong is situated on the southeast coast of China at the mouth of the Pearl River facing the South China Sea. Covering an area of 1,104 square kilometers (425 square miles), the territory is made up of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories. At the core is Victoria Harbour, which separates Hong Kong Island from Kowloon and...

    Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island, Lantau Island 1609  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hong Kong

    political, social and economic developments of Hong Kong in the second half of 20th century? Hong Kong and China developed rapidly in the second half of the 20th century. Hong Kong had a close relation with the mainland China whether in political, economic or social aspects. There were many cooperation and interaction between Hong Kong and mainland China. Therefore, the developments of China affect the political, social and economic developments of Hong Kong. On political aspect, the developments...

    British Empire, China, Hong Kong 1130  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Study Cultural Considerations of Shanghai Disneyland

    Cultural Considerations of the Opening of Shanghai Disneyland Case Study Assignment 2 Course Coordinator – IBS210 – The Principals of International Business Tutorial – Student – Due Date – 22 April, 2013 Word Count – 1031 words (excluding references) Cultural Considerations of the Opening of Shanghai Disney Shanghai Disneyland resort opening 2015 will have the biggest and tallest Cinderella castle in the world. The key players are the Chinese government, Disney, Shanghai Shendi...

    China, Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1725  Words | 6  Pages

  • Air Pollution: Causes, Problems, and Solutions In Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is one of the busiest cities in the world. It is not only prominent as an Asian commercial center, but also famous for its air pollution, which haunts the lives of thousands of Hong Kong people and wastes billions of dollars of the government and the private sectors every year. It is an unchanging fact that air pollution in Hong Kong not only results in a waste of massive amounts of money, but also results in deterioration on the overall health standard of the Hong Kong population. No...

    Air pollution, Air Quality Index, Diesel fuel 1621  Words | 5  Pages

  • hong kong business culture

    Hongkong Business Culture 1. Overview Hong Kong is one of the Special Administrative Regions (SARs) of China, and the other is Macau. Itis located on China's south coast. It is only 1,104 km2 large, but has a population of over seven million people. Therefore, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world.GDP, Languages… Hongkongwas a colony of Britainfor a long period since the middle of the 19th century. On July 1, 1997,it was returned back to China and became the Special...

    Bruce Lee, Cantonese people, China 1415  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tokya Disneyland , Disney in Asia

    Mac.” Statement by Michael Eisner, CEO of The Walt Disney Company, during a trip to China in January 1999, Knight-Ridder/Tribune Business News, 16 June 1999. INTERNATIONAL THEME PARKS AND RESORTS: DISNEY EXPERIENCE Tokyo Disneyland [pic] Euro Disney (now Disneyland Paris) [pic] DISNEY AND CHINA IN THE 1990s Relations between the Disney Company and the government of China had not been particularly tranquil in recent years. Disney held firm on its position on the movie. “Disney’s...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 1290  Words | 5  Pages

  • Towards Sustainable Tourism – Key Problems and Issues Facing Hong Kong

    HTM 4105 Contemporary Tourism Issues Topic: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM – KEY PROBLEMS AND ISSUES FACING HONG KONG Introduction Unquestionably, Hong Kong is a blessed land where possesses prosperity and most of the elements of being a world class cosmopolitan which has successfully attracted visitors over years, especially from the mainland by emphasising our world-class shopping, dining and other urban attractions (Lam, H., 2004). Despite the flourishing scene of the tourism industry, the...

    Biodiversity, Ecological economics, Ecology 2308  Words | 7  Pages

  • Mcdonalds and Hong Kong

    201KM GROUP PROJECT CASE STUDY 4 McDonalds and Hong Kong             McDonalds celebrated its 50th anniversary in April 15, 2005 and remained true to the statement "As far as I can tell, the only place you can't get a Big Mac is in outer space." (1990) The company operates as a global business through franchising. In 2004, the company reported to have established 30,000 local restaurants located in 115 countries across five continents. It is the biggest fast food retailer conquering markets...

    Burger King, Drive-through, Fast food restaurant 2567  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hong Kong

    the growth of Hong Kong as a ‘global city’, and the forces which will determine its future growth development. Word count: 1952 words Globalisation that is happening in the world today gives rise to the context of global cities. This global city is advanced culturally, socially, politically and especially economically. Hong Kong is considered as a major city in the world. In fact, it is regarded as the 5th global city in the world. According to Mr. Andrew Chen of Hong Kong company incorporation...

    British Empire, Chicago, City 2167  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disney

    I will first show the requirements the company had for its financing. Then I will provide an analysis of the main pros and cons for Chase in connection with the deal. Lastly I will show how both affected the pricing as well as the execution of the deal. In order to build the new Disneyland in Hong Kong a new non-recourse object, Hong Kong International Theme Parks Ltd (HKITP) was formed. While the owners supported the project with substantial amounts of equity Disney and Government as well as...

    Credit, Debt, Finance 1153  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cahse Manhattan Bank: Hong Kong Disneyland

    MF 820: Management of Financial Institutions Hong Kong Disneyland Finance Ron Shell Jiang Jiang Zhaojie Wang On August 10th 1999, Disney awarded the sole mandate to Chase Manhattan Bank for the Hong Kong Disneyland financing of HK $3.3 Billion. We believe this decision was beneficial for both parties. For Chase, the rewards included underwriting fee, interest payments, being a part of a big loan-financing project in Asia and developing networks and relationships with Asian governments...

    Cash flow, Credit, Finance 1426  Words | 5  Pages

  • Landfill situation in Hong Kong

    Landfill is a main way of waste management in Hong Kong, but it may not be a sustainable way to solve or relieve the garbage problem. Moreover, landfill also will eventually saturate. It’s an urgent problem to stakeholders. In fact, an annual average of more than one million tons of wastes are produced in Hong Kong. Landfill is not the only way the government can plan for waste disposal. Building an incinerator to relieve the refuse pressure is also viable. In fact, a lot of waste is dumped without...

    Anaerobic digestion, Methane, Pollution 822  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hong Kong and Its Moving Identity

    Affairs And the Moving Identity of Hong Kong In the book “Hong Kong Cinema: Coloniser, motherland and self”, the author Yingchi Chu describes Hong Kong as “[a] ‘nation’ without sovereignty” (98). It is because of the unique and complicating historical experience that Hong Kong people have been going through since its early beginning. From the early time until before 1842, Hong Kong was considered to be a territory of China. In 1842, China officially ceded Hong Kong to the British after the First Opium...

    British Empire, British overseas territories, Bruce Lee 2934  Words | 7  Pages

  • Marketing Plan for Hong Kong Disneyland

    sustainable competitive advantage 7 4. Situation Analysis 9 Microenvironment 9 ? Competitors 9 ? Customers 10 Macro environment 11 ? Political 11 ? Demographic 11 ? Natural 12 ? Cultural 12 ? Social 13 ? Economic 14 SWOT analysis: 15 5. Product Market Focus 17 Marketing and product objectives 18 Target markets 20 Customer value proposition 21 6. Marketing Program 23 ...

    Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland 9123  Words | 31  Pages

  • Does Hong Kong encounter a legitimacy problem?

    legitimacy problems in Hong Kong stemming from performance, procedural and socio-economic aspects since the transfer of its sovereignty from Britain to China in 1997, under the formula of ‘One Country, Two Systems’, has curtailed the effectiveness of governance. Some claims that democracy will bring the prosperous to Hong Kong, while some argues there are tremendous limitations hindering the democracy to alleviate the legitimacy crises. To a small extent, installation of democracy in Hong Kong will likely...

    Democracy, Direct democracy, Government 949  Words | 3  Pages

  • XRL Railways: Promoting Tourism in Hong Kong and China

    |Programme | |(HD24032) | | | |Tourism in Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta | |HTM 2114 | |Pair Assignment | |Tourism infrastructure in Guangdong Province...

    Guangdong, Guangzhou, Hong Kong 2040  Words | 7  Pages

  • tourism and hong kong

    debated. While some businessman welcome the scheme that likely enhance the economy in Hong Kong, normal citizens complain that mainland tourists handicap their daily lives and deteriorate the tension between Hong Kong and mainland. A number of economists advocate the economic strength of The Individual Visit Scheme. Tourism is of utmost importance in Hong Kong since Tourism is one of the four pillar industries in Hong Kong along with financial services, trading and logistics, and professional services...

    Hong Kong, Mainland China, Maslow's hierarchy of needs 940  Words | 2  Pages

  • Identify How Sport Is Administered in Hong Kong and Discuss How These Organizations Can Provide Better Opportunities for the Community of Hong Kong

    Introduction Nowadays, Hong Kong is not only a place for financial, real estate or logistical business activities, as the government provides the weight on sports events and development. The function of sports activities in HK is no longer to be an entertainment but it starts moving to a professional event. For example the successful outcome of Olympic Equestrian Events in 2008, therefore, Hong Kong people start changing their mind and believe that they are well prepared for a large international...

    CSKA Moscow, Equestrian at the Summer Olympics, Hong Kong 699  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hong Kong Kids

    phenomenon of Hong Kong Kids I The Phenomenon of Hong Kong Kids THE PHENOMENON OF HONG KONG KIDS II Abstract In recent years, children who born after 1990s are labeled “Hong Kong kids”. The comments towards “Hong Kong kids” are mostly negative. This paper is aimed to discover “Hong Kong kids” characteristic, and the cause of this phenomenon. Throughout examining “Hong Kong kids”, it can...

    Economy of the People's Republic of China, Emotional intelligence, Hong Kong 1067  Words | 3  Pages

  • Types of Communication in Hong Kong

    Nonverbal communication in Hong Kong Business Sirikul Pasek Js.pasek@cityu.edu MBA501 – Global Business Com. Judith Wurster Persuasive May 28th, 2013 Position Statement: Nonverbal communication is significant key to succeed in negotiation with Hong Kong businessmen. Introduction: Hong Kong is one of the biggest market hub for business investment in Asia. It blends between two cultures: English and Chinese. Due to its long period...

    China, Chinese culture, Chinese language 1204  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hong Kong and Singapore

    Hector Morales AIU Feb. 6, 2015 NIC’S Hong Kong and Singapore Hong Kong and Singapore economies went through rapid growth during the latter half of the 20th century, expressly in the industrial sector. Hong Kong has very little if any mineral resources and cannot be competitive and this area. Timber for commercial production is not probable and hydroelectric potential is practically nil. Water is in short supply; however Hong Kong has become a giant in the world of trade and...

    Economics, Economy, Industry 1097  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Problems with Obesity Among Primary Student in Hong Kong

    for children nowadays. In recent decades, fast food culture is common in Hong Kong. Besides, most of the children using their free time to watch television or play computer games rather than doing some physical exercise. As a result, the problem of obesity amount the children especially primary students in Hong Kong become seriously. Following the research which took by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, there are 4.7% of the Hong Kong children aged 5-17 were obese, using the International Obesity...

    Body mass index, Body shape, Exercise 1963  Words | 6  Pages

  • how to deal employee problems

    and deal with the behavior immediately. Step 1 Document the performance problems you observe. If the employee's performance issues were raised as a concern by someone else, verify the allegations are legitimate by reviewing his work product. Research the employee's work history and performance reviews to determine if the problem is a new behavior or if the worker has underperformed throughout his employment. Step 2 Meet with the employee in a confidential location to discuss the problem. Present...

    Employment, Expectation, Problem of evil 1837  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hong Kong During the 1950s and 1960s

    Hong Kong during the 1950s and 60¡¦s Hong Kong is often looked upon as the capital of free trade. Located in the center of Southeast Asia, this is no small coincidence as to the region¡¦s success. It is based upon effective governance and the intensive working attitude of the local people. Nevertheless, Hong Kong has had to confront numerous challenges in order to achieve its status in the world market today. In the early 1950s, Hong Kong underwent enormous changes which totally transformed its...

    China, Economics, Hong Kong 2652  Words | 7  Pages

  • Problems Faced by Teenagers in Hong Kong

    -their burdens are not only their homework and extra-curricular activities, but also their curriculum. -according to a survey conducted by Hong Kong University , about 80% students think that they need to face a lot of challenges about their examinations . -the survey also reveals that Chinese, English and mathematics are their main problems. They think that these are very difficult to manage. -for form 5 and 7 students, they need to face HKCEE and HKAL examination which can influence...

    Drug, High school, Hong Kong 1171  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hong Kong Business Environment

    Challenges Hong Kong Faced from Shanghai as an International Financial Centre 09815346D YUE Pujue (Betty) The day that Shanghai’s financial system is protected behind the thick walls of a closed account has gone away. When China’s State Council revealed the plan to develop Shanghai into a multi-functional international financial centre by 2020 in the late March 2009, Shanghai rapidly responded to the call by increasing its financial industry output value as a share of...

    Bank, Chicago, Economy of the People's Republic of China 2031  Words | 6  Pages

  • Air Quality in Hong Kong

    Air pollution in Hong Kong is often so bad that it is impossible to see across Victoria Harbor due to all the haze and smog. The government did endeavor to modify the air quality but, sadly, it still deteriorates continually. Even worse, the Air Pollution Index recently hit a record high, which suggests that the air quality in Hong Kong is far lower than the international standard. It all shows that air pollution is just a growing problem and I’m writing to raise several concerns about air pollution...

    Air pollution, Air Quality Index, Automobile 952  Words | 3  Pages

  • event management in Hong Kong

     In Hong Kong, different groups in the society have different opinions on the Asian Games issue. For my opinion, I think Hong Kong should bidding for the right to host it in 2023. I will use the following feasibility issues to prove my ideas. Is the event a good idea? Bidding for the right to host a major international sports event is a high profile. Typically, the benefits fall into follow three main categories. Sports development It can raises public awareness of the benefits of sport...

    Asia, East Asia, Guangzhou 1532  Words | 5  Pages

  • Research Proposal on Hotel Cultural Management

    international industry, which serves guests from various countries and different cultural background. There is high chance for people from different cultural background to come together, resulting in cross-culture interaction. Culture, National Culture and Cross-culture Pettigrew, 1990 defined culture as general assumptions, values, and patterns of behavior. Cultural difference affects human behavior. Growing up in different cultural background, the values, habits, preferences hold may differ from person...

    Culture, Destination hotel, Geert Hofstede 2222  Words | 7  Pages

  • Inflation in Hong Kong

    Inflation in Hong Kong In recent years, inflation has been a serious problem in Hong Kong. By definition, inflation refers to a persistent, sustained rise in the general level of prices and, consequently, resulting in a fall of the purchasing power of the currency (Dictionary.com, 2013). According to the Annual Report on the Consumer Price Index 2012, the yearly average of the Composite Consumer Price Index (CPI) has increases of 5.3% and 4.1% over 2010 and 2011 respectively (Census and Statistics...

    Bruce Lee, Cantonese people, Consumer price index 813  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Impacts of Internet on Adolescents in Hong Kong

    Adolescents in Hong Kong This is a study of mass media in Hong Kong by focusing on how teenagers consume internet by researching on the usage & categories (this will give a solid introduction to this paper) and three modern problems (heavy uses of social platform, internet addiction, and online gaming addiction“) that a number of teenagers in Hong Kong seems to have or come across with, with reference to data and information that suggest the existent of these phenomenon. In addition Hong Kong’s data...

    Addiction, Facebook, Instant messaging 2488  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hong Kong Protest

    Hong Kong Protest 1. Introduction ‘International relations’ is often short for IR, and it has various definitions by different people. Some people define it as the diplomatic- strategic relations of states and the characteristic focus of international relation is on issues of peace and war, cooperation and conflict. While some scholars see it as about cross-border transactions of all economic, kinds, social and political, and international relation is more likely to study the operation of non-state...

    China, Chinese people, Economy of the People's Republic of China 2343  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hong Kong Identity

    Hong Kong represents Liberty In the past few months, Hong Kong people have been retaining their freedom generally through by objecting of the small circle Chief Executive Election, holding activities that against the Article 23. For example, demonstrations that request the universal suffrage and real democracy, 180 thousand people attended the June Fourth Anniversary to pursuit justice and Filibuster to hold back the legislation of policies that violate the right of freedom. Hong Kong citizens want...

    Cantonese people, China, Democracy 1792  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hong Kong Disney

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