The Walt Disney Company’s $200 million live-action remake of the animated Mulan is drawing criticism after it was revealed parts of the movie were filmed in China’s Xinjiang Province, the same region where the communist government has placed Uyghur Muslims in internment camps.
As CBN News has reported, since the spring of 2017, China has been transferring Uyghurs living in China’s Xinjiang Province into so-called re-education camps that international observers call modern-day concentration camps.
Uyghurs are an ethnic minority in China. Most practice Islam. In recent years, China’s communist regime has turned up the heat in its war against people of faith – specifically targeting Christians and Muslims.