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Theme parks set to be in China for the long ride
Despite severe impact of COVID-19 on the tourism sector, many theme parks in China saw their businesses return and recover since the latter half of last year due to better pandemic control.
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Trip.com sees demand rise in Singapore and Hong Kong; Boeing issues upbeat forecast on China market.
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Hong Kong-mainland China travel hopes raised as Guangdong softens demands for deal; Skyscanner launches Covid-19 travel insurance.
Owner of Peppa Pig erases 100,000 illegal links in China
The company has joined Alibaba Group Holding's anti-infringement community and cooperated with JD.Com and Tencent Holdings' WeChat to tackle the problem of plagiarism.
Merlin to expand Peppa Pig and Legoland attractions in China
Earlier this year, Merlin Entertainment announced plans to open a Legoland Discovery Center in Beijing in 2019.
China's Peppa Pig theme parks expected to open by 2019
The internationally popular British animated television show for young children has been a huge hit in China since launching there in 2015, and the plan is to open theme parks in Beijing and Shanghai.
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