Organization: Hong Kong International Theme Parks Ltd. (Hong Kong Disneyland Resort) Table of Contents: A. Introduction B. Political environment B1 Description B2 Comments B3 Recommendations C. Economic environment C1 Description C2 Comments C3 Recommendations D. Social-cultural environment D1 Description D2 Comments D3 Recommendations E. Technological environment E1 Description E2 Comments E3 Recommendations F. Conclusion Reference A. Introduction of Hong Kong International
Some people may concern that sustainable practices in urban content may obstruct the liveability of the city. In the year 2012, Hong Kong awarded as the most liveable city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit (Yoo, 2012) and also ranked third among Asia’s cities in the research done by the ECA international (ECA international, 2012). Hong Kong, with extremely bad air quality and income disparity ranked top in the liveability charts owing to its’ high global connectivity, extensive infrastructure
Introduction The historical and contemporary roles of Singapore, Hong Kong and Port Louis as ports have indeed been drivers of economic and social change. For many years now these three cities and many others have thrived off the revenue generated by their ports. The growth of a port has ongoing economic and social ripple effects that change not only the shape of the city but the country as a whole . The aim of this essay is to show how the role of port cities contributes towards such changes.
Environmental Crisis in China Air Pollution Many foreign press and reports are alarming Chinese that China’s air pollution is at dangerously high level, article naming as “Beijing air pollution at dangerously high levels”, or “If you think China’s air is bad..”. One of the articles, a Chinese interviewed that he is not able to see tall buildings across the street caused by the serious smog (Associated Press, 2014). The main source of the air pollutions is brought by the heavy industries since industry
A Breath of Fresh Air is my Right: Banning of Smoking in Public Places Is it fair for that person to get sick too, because he/she around with smokers? Countless medical studies over the years have proven the link of smoking cigarettes to the deterioration of the smoker’s health. According to Mazzone and Arroliga (2004), “Nearly 450,000 persons will die every year of a disease attributable to tobacco use. In the United States, tobacco use kills more people each year than AIDS, suicide, murder, car
quality of every single drop of water goes into their body everyday? Besides the tap water is a part of life of people, the bottle water as well. According to online survey “Hong Kong people's habit of drinking water” from ESDlife: each person in Hong Kong bought a bottle of water 78 times per year on average. Hong Kong is a free and open market, there's a lot of competition between bottle water companies. Convenience store merely has been over 10 different brands of bottled water, supermarket
economic achievement in China. Chan’s (2010) insight into the discrimination of workers further supports the need for Government regulations to be more strictly enforced. Overall, the industry success of the city of Shenzhen renders it an exemplary case study for economic growth.
Background Case: Profitable MTR System in Hong Kong (In this research case, I want to know what the key factors of the profitable MTR system are. In another word, what conditions other cities in developing countries need in order to successfully replicate the MTR rail-property development model.) In Hong Kong, public transit serves more than 90% of daily trips, and among them 40% are from the metro system, the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) (Wu, 2009). First built in late 1970s, MTR has a daily ridership
Has Economic Reforms Only Brought Positive Effects on China? The first speech delivered by Xi Jinping, the new head of the People's Republic of China, mentioned the Chinese (people's) Dream. The Chinese Dream is about "better education, more stable jobs, better income, more reliable social security, medical care of a higher standard, more comfortable living conditions, and a more beautiful environment" (BBC News) for the people and more. However, have all the economic reforms and modernization started
4.3 Case Study (China Manufacturers) In last 20 years China became one of the more influential and fast growing countries in the world due to the economical element by some trading and import export business. This changing created better living conditions and affluence enlivenment for Chinese citizens, the result is increasing in the Chinese consumers purchasing power and capital of their bank account. which leaded many new Chinese entrants of toy companies or manufacturers established to produce