Articles On: Disney's Mulan, Tibet, War on Uighur Women, Mongolian, Australian and Canadian Detainees

Friday, September 18, 2020

Bipartisan Letter to the CEO of Disney over the Filming in Xinjiang where more than a Million Uyghurs are in Camps
via U.S. Congress on September 11, 2020 


Open letter to Walt Disney Company CEO: Disney's dishonor
by Katrina Lantos Swett
via Lantos Foundation on September 11, 2020 


China Delves into Past to Police Tibet’s Future: Policing Becoming Pervasive in Villages
by Sophie Richardson
via Human Rights Watch on September 7, 2020 


China’s Horrifying War on Uighur Women
by Olivia Enos and Chelsea Patterson Sobolik
via National Review on September 2, 2020


Why Calls to Boycott ‘Mulan’ Over Concerns About China Are Growing (subscription required)
by Amy Qin and Edward Wong
via New York Times on September 8, 2020​ 


China cracks down on Inner Mongolian minority fighting for its mother tongue (subscription required)
by Alice Su
via Los Angeles Times on September 3, 2020 


Oops. Looks like #Mulan is no longer searchable on Weibo. This should be a lesson for Disney: You can pour US$200 million into a project, hire pro-government actors, deny concentration camps' existence, pander to Chinese nationalism — and STILL get screwed big time. #BoycottMulan
by Joshua Wong
via Twitter on September 11, 2020


Fearing Detention, Two Australian Correspondents Flee China (subscription required)
by Damien Cave and Chris Buckley
via New York Times on September 7, 2020 


Chinese-Australian Writer Yang Hengjun Detained in China (subscription required)
by Damien Cave and Chris Buckley
via New York Times on January 23, 2019 


Scholars and Ex-Diplomats Warn of Chill After Canadians Detained in China (subscription required)
by Chris Buckley and Catherine Porter
via New York Times on January 21, 2019