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Mulan's Yifei Liu Voices Support for Hong Kong Police, Protesters Launch Boycott of Movie

Just Jared Friday, 16 August 2019 ()
Mulan's Yifei Liu Voices Support for Hong Kong Police, Protesters Launch Boycott of MoviePeople have launched a protest against the upcoming Disney movie Mulan after the film’s star Yifei Liu (also known as Crystal Liu) voiced her support for the police in Hong Kong. There have been anti-police brutality protests going on in Hong Kong and now people believe that she supports police brutality. Liu, who has 65 [...]
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CHINA — Hip hop has always been music for the people. Unfortunately in China it's for the people—the People's Republic of China. As millions of brave Hong Kongers continue to peacefully stand out against Chinese interference in their city, some rappers from China have come out in support of...

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