Hong Kong to use comic characters to promote tourism

first_imgThe Hong Kong government plans to set up an exhibition area in Golden Bauhinia Square to exhibit more than 20 cartoon and comic statues, said the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Gregory So. The move is to enhance people’s understanding of the culture of comics and animation, and to boost tourism.So believes that Hong Kong must create a multicultural and diversified tourism portfolio to attract visitors from around the world.“We need a good mix of tourists from different source markets to come to Hong Kong. We cannot simply rely on one single market and therefore we tailor make our product to meet the needs of the market,” he said.last_img read more