Disney has not yet decided the location to build a second theme
park in China, said Wing T. Chao, vice-chairman of Asia Pacific
Development at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, on Sunday.
The company said last year it was in talks with Shanghai
authorities about building a theme park in the city after its first
park in China opened in Hong Kong in September 2005.
"We are sure to build a second park in China in the long run,
but we are now reviewing the market and yet to work out the
location and specific construction plans," he said.
He said the company is focusing on the development and expansion
of its theme park in Hong Kong to meet the increasing demands from
Mr. Chao made the remarks at the China Hotel Summit 2007 in
Beijing where Disney's Hollywood Hotel in Hong Kong was awarded the
China Most Representative Theme Hotel Prize.
(Xinhua News Agency April 9, 2007)