Hong Kong’s Ocean Park is going through a more challenging time now because of the months-long civil unrest than the period when Sars broke out in 2003, its outgoing chief executive said, as he predicted a “slower” tourism rebound.Matthias Li Sing-chung, 65, the park’s CEO, said the outbreak of the deadly severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) epidemic was one of the biggest challenges during his 25 years at the popular tourist attraction, as “no one would have visited even if free tickets…
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