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 The Landmark Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong Appoints New GM

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Torsten van Dullemen has been appointed as General Manager of The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.

Mr Van Dullemen has held several senior hotel management positions within the Group - most recently as General Manager of the iconic Mandarin Oriental, Manila, which closed in 2014. Torsten first joined the company in 2004 as Resident Manager of Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, and was also Hotel Manager of the groups award-winning Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok property, and General Manager of the groups former hotel in Chiang Mai.

Commenting on the appointment, Richard Baker, Executive Vice President, Operations Director Asia said Torsten has excellent experience with the Group and is a natural leader and motivator. We are delighted to welcome him to his new position as General Manager of The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, and wish him continued success.

Of Dutch nationality, Torsten has a broad knowledge of the international hotel sector and has spent an extensive part of his professional career in both Asia and Europe.

He speaks a number of languages, including Dutch, German, French and Italian.

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