We’ve seen LOTS of news about Hong Kong Disneyland this year.
Hong Kong Disneyland was among the earlier parks to close due to the COVID-19 outbreak, originally shutting down in January 2020. The park reopened in June only to close again in July because of a rise in Coronavirus cases in the area. On September 25th, the park reopened for a second time, remaining open for the last two months. Disney CEO Bob Chapek reported that Hong Kong Disneyland was one of the parks to actually achieve a net positive contribution in Q4, AND the park recently unveiled its Castle of Magical Dreams. But now, things are changing at Hong Kong Disneyland again as Disney has announced that the park will closing for a third time this year.