Mulan’s Chinese New Year Greetings

Written by Werner Weiss. Posted in Disney History, Disney Parks, Disneyland Resort, Werner Weiss

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Published on August 30, 2013 at 12:19 am with 2 Comments

The year is 2004. It’s more than a meet-and-greet. It’s less than a parade. Perhaps you should think of it as a “mini-parade” with autographs. It’s “Mulan’s Chinese New Year Greetings.”

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  1. LOVE every DCA 1.0 flashback. Helps me fully apritiate DCA 2.0

    Glad we’re finally seeing less and less of those bad/boring 90′s Disney cartoons in the park(Mulan,Tarzan, hunchback and hurcules). Still can’t believe how much Pocohantus is overused in both parks.

  2. Glad that Chinese New Year is celebrated yearly now; its such a colorful event.

    Mulan is as much a princess as Pocahontas, Arial and Tiana, not to mention Leia. She’s a good role model for girls.

    I agree that the 90′s cartoon movies are less than stellar, but please leave us old ladies our Tarzan visits.

    The first time in my life I’d ever eaten a fresh hot tortilla in DCA. Also second, third and fourth.