This article about the file new 'Mulan' in 2020
The film 'Mulan' is a women's name who trained and fought in the war instead of her injured father.
Some have accused Hollywood of bowing to China’s nationalistic agenda, arguing that by replacing the awkward girl from the animation who rebels against her family’s expectations with a servile, serious Mulan, industry heads were remaking her into a symbol of Chinese state-sponsored patriotism. The critique was exacerbated when leading actress Liu Yifei voiced support for Hong Kong’s police force during crackdowns on pro-democracy protests – a move that strengthened perceptions of the new Mulan as a state-sponsored puppet. Recently, after 23-year-old Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow was arrested under the city’s controversial new security law, supporters began calling her “the real Mulan.” Others took issue with the trailer’s focus on arranged marriage, arguing that the portrayal was “not the feminist Mulan Chinese girls recognize.”