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Two Asian American olds (Cathy and James) watch the original Mulan for the first time, then join a seasoned fan (Julia) — for an animated discussion about the limitations of Hollywood representation, the saving grace of gender-bending innuendo, and what exactly it is about Mulan that resonates with so many Asian Americans who grew up with it.
Resources and Recommended Reading:
- Ariana Amour performs "Reflection"
- 'Mulan' Was the Most Bisexual Cartoon Ever
- What Mulan taught me about identity, honor, and drag saving China
- The Groundbreaking Queerness of Disney's 'Mulan'
- ‘Mulan’ remake drops Li Shang character because of #MeToo movement
- Pro-democracy boycott of Disney's Mulan builds online via #milkteaalliance