#BoycottMulan Trending Again

#BoycottMulan Trending Again
Protesters in Seoul rally against Disney's 'Mulan' on July 1, in solidarity with Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests.

Disney+ Mulan now released but many people do not want to watch it.

The #BoycottMulan hashtag first began trending in August of 2019 after Liu Yifei 劉亦菲, spoke out in support for #HongKong authorities brutality in August 2019.

After the Six months, the movie is initially set to hit theaters, social media users haven’t forgotten the Chinese American actress Liu’s remarks. Now to boycott “Mulan” has also spread to activists in Thailand and Taiwan.

“This film is released today. But because Disney kowtows to Beijing, and because Liu Yifei openly and proudly endorses police brutality in Hong Kong, I urge everyone who believes in human rights to #BoycottMulan,” prominent Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong tweeted on Friday.

After the many times of delay, Now “Mulan” is out on Disney+ in the US and is set to hit theaters abroad soon.

The film, directed by Niki Caro, is now available to stream on the platform for $29.99 until Dec. 4, when “Mulan” will become free to all Disney+ subscribers.

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