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Raya and the Last Dragon Movie Review

Disney's latest princess animation marks different from its predecessors and it adds the South East Asian culture in Raya and The Lost Dragon . It follows the footsteps of warrior princesses Mulan and Merida but Raya is an epic adventure who is able to live in a myth to be able to save a dying race and unite them all in unity. A perfect welcome for the Women's Month this March. The movie displays familiar elements in the South East Asian culture. First, she was trained in Filipino weaponry, rides on a pet giant armadillo named Tuktuk which is the same name for transportation in Thailand, and she dons a hat that looks like the one from Vietnam. More representation of the SEA culture are they eat rice, the busy floating market like Bangkok and rice terraces. It is a familiar story of different countries battling for supremacy but one was willing to unite them altogether to fight one common enemy. They did not have to depend on a written legend on who will save them, it all comes

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