Disney’s ‘Mulan’ Thanks City Running Uyghur Concentration Camps in Its Credits

Kyle

Having a Beer while the world burns!
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Disney’s live-action Mulan can’t seem to catch a break. Following coronavirus delays and a #BoycottMulan campaign, the movie is now generating blowback for its end credits in which the studio thanks an official Chinese government security bureau linked to Uyghur concentration camps.

Mulan’s end credits include a special thank-you to the Turpan Municipal Bureau of Public Security, according to a screenshot from the movie. The city of Turpan, which is located in the northwestern Xinjiang region, runs a concentration camp for Uyghur Muslims where detainees are forced to recite Communist Party propaganda, according to a 2018 investigation by The Wall Street Journal.

Some former inmates told the Journal that prison officials forced them to eat pork, which is forbidden under Islam, and to pledge allegiance to Xi Jinping. China has denied that it runs concentration camps, calling them a “vocational training centers.”




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SamSpade

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It's still good. It differs almost not at all from the Disney animation at least as far as the basic story goes.
It's not a musical, she doesn't have three idiot companions, there's no tiny dragon or cricket and Mulan already knows how to fight when she arrives in disguise.

One good thing - the antagonists aren't "Huns" - which is historically inaccurate pretty much no matter how you try to insert it.

It cost 30 bucks to stream it early - otherwise, wait till December to see it "free" on Disney+.
 

DaSDGuy

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China has denied that it runs concentration camps, calling them a “vocational training centers.”



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In the U.S., the dims call them liberal arts colleges.
 
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