PHOTOS: Mulan Character ‘Sighting’ at EPCOT Updated For Distanced Photos

This week, we learned that distanced character meet-and-greets are now being considered “sightings” so as to distinguish from the up-close and personal interactions guests were used to prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Indoor character “sightings” will return next month, but some characters will continue to appear at a distance outdoors. We noticed the Mulan “sighting” in the China Pavilion at EPCOT has been updated with new distancing rules.


Previously, the entire bridge Mulan stood on was blocked by Cast Members. Mulan would walk up and down the bridge, pose for photos, and wave to guests.


Now guests can queue up for a moment with Mulan, but have to remain physically distanced.


A pair of stanchions with no connecting divider marks the closest guests can get, making it easy to take photos of Mulan and selfies with her behind you.


We may see similar updates to other outdoor character sightings soon.


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