This folk song "Mulan Poem" (also known as "Mulan Ci"), a folk song from the Northern Dynasty favorite. However, although the story of "Mulan" is popular, most people are relatively unfamiliar with the era of the Northern and Southern Dynasties she lived in, which inevitably hinders the understanding and appreciation of this poem, and also makes the theme of film and television adaptations focus on Mulan's military service. The relationship and ambiguity between Chinese and military brothers rarely touch on the Hu-Han rendezvous behind this folk song. Even, in 1999, the Associated Press reported that Turkey's nationalist party boycotted the release of Disney's "Mulan" in Turkey because "this animated film came to the fore by preaching that the Huns were bad and the Chinese were pacifists.
Twist and destroy the Turks." In this report by the Associated Press, Turkish nationalists seem to regard Mulan as the representative of photo background removing China, while the Turks are the successors of the Huns. Perhaps, this is a very general view, but if you examine the background of Mulan's poems, you can see that Mulan is not a typical Han woman, nor does she live in a farming area, and she is not against the Turks or the Huns. shutterstock_1460988569 Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Dazhi Images Let us first look at this issue from the context of Chinese history. In Chinese history, in the last years of the Western Jin Dynasty, the rebellion of the Eight Kings led to turmoil in North China.
The original nomadic peoples began to enter the Yellow River Basin and successively established their own countries, resulting in huge damage to the original Central Plains culture and economy, until the Tuoba people of Xianbei established the "Wei China”, and unified the north, the long-debilitated northern culture was only slightly improved, and poetry creation began again. Yuefu folk songs are generally circulated among the people for a while, and then the literati intervene to increase or decrease it. From the content of "Mulan Poetry", the origin of the poem should be in North China, and the most likely period is before and after the founding of the Northern Wei Dynasty. This is t