Ocean Park has received dozens of inquiries from businesses interested in the Hong Kong attraction’s plans for a massive overhaul, its chairman has revealed as the resort reopened after more than two months of coronavirus-related closure.The Aberdeen site on Thursday welcomed back revellers who were required to scan the government’s Covid-19 risk-exposure app “Leave Home Safe” or register their personal details at the entrance.Ocean Park chairman Lau Ming-wai said his team was searching for…



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