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Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong urges boycott of Disney's 'Mulan'

SBS Wednesday, 9 September 2020
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong has encouraged a global boycott of Walt Disney Co's release "Mulan".The new movie, which is set in China and is meant to appeal to local audiences in the country, has been the subject of a global backlash over its star's support of Hong Kong police and for being partly filmed in the Xinjiang region, where human rights groups say that Muslim Uighurs are being subject to rights abuses, a charge Beijing strongly denies.
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Disney's release of "Mulan," which is set in China and meant to appeal to audiences there, has provoked activists over its star's support of Hong Kong police and for being partly filmed in a region tied to allegations of abuse against Uighur Muslims. Soraya Ali reports.

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