Shang can be seen in the 1998 Walt Disney film 'Mulan.'
He can also be seen in the film 'Mulan 2.' In television shows he
can be seen in 'A Poem Is.' and 'House of Mouse.' In video games he
can be found in Mulan, the Kingdom Hearts series, and Mulan Story
Studio. Finally in other merchandise he can be seen in toys, books,
clothing, Disney art, and pins.
He makes his home in China where he is an Army
captain for the Emperor. He has many friends he can count on in the
time of need such as Mushu, Khan, Mulan, Yao, Little Brother, Cri-Kee,
Chien Po, Ting-Ting, Ling Po, the Emperor, and the rest of the good
Disney characters. His enemies include the Hun Army, Chi-Fu, Shan
Yu, Xigbar, and the rest of the evil Disney villains.
Shang is very muscular and he has brown eyes and
black hair. He wears a few outfits in the films, but his most common
being his warrior uniform which consists of a red cape, grey cloth
fabric, black armor to protect him in battle, and his trusty sword.
Shang is very trustworthy, smart, and hot tempered. He also gets a
promotion in the first film to General of the Imperial Army, which
is a huge honor for him following in the footsteps of his late
father, the great General Li.
He was animated by the animators Joe Haidar, Ruben
A. Aquino, and Bill Waldman. He was also voiced by a few people such
as BD Wong, and Donny Osmond.
*FUN FACT* Shang was voiced by Jackie Chan for a
few different languages of the film.
Shang can be found in Disney theme parks around
the world as a rare meet and greet character. He can also be found
in The Golden Mickeys, It's A Small World (Hong Kong Disneyland),
and Fantasmic! Finally he can be found in various Disney on Ice
performances. He is a very underrated character and I would love to
see him used more in the parks, actually the Mulan film as a whole
was extremely underrated in my opinion.