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30 Animated Kids Movies Available in Mandarin Chinese on Disney+



A great way to expose yourself or your little one to more Mandarin is through movies! Did you know that Disney+ offers a handful of movies dubbed in Mandarin Chinese? All you have to do is switch your language audio!

How to switch your audio and change your subtitles on Disney+:

  1. Start the movie you want to watch. 
  2. In the first few seconds of the video, click on the Language button which can be found at the upper-right corner of the screen. 
  3. Select ‘Mandarin’ or ‘Taiwanese Mandarin’ for audio.
  4. Select your caption language (optional). I like to choose English so that I can learn along with the audio.

Changing audio and subtitles in Netflix
Changing audio and subtitles in Netflix


Here are 30 Animated Kids Movies available in Mandarin on Disney+ to help you with your language learning: 


Luca

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10

Luca is a youthful ocean beast who can change into human form when on land. His curiosity takes over and he investigates the mysterious human world.



Mulan

For ages: 7 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10

Mulan disguises as a man and takes her severely ill father's place who is drafted into the Chinese military. Being in a male-dominated field, she trains twice as hard as the others on her own, proving to everyone in her troop that she deserves to be there.



Frozen

For ages: 8 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.4/10

The newly-crowned Queen Elsa of Arendelle unintentionally turns almost everything into ice- leaving her kingdom in deep snow. Her sister, princess Anna chooses to follow her sister, hoping she could bring Arendelle back to normal with the help of a mountain man, his mischievous reindeer, and a talking snowman.



The Lion King

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 8.5/10

A traitorous lion deceives a cub who is supposed to be the next king of their pride, accusing him that he caused his father's death. The young one leaves with deep sorrow and grows up in Savannah. Later in life, he wishes he would’ve known the truth behind everything.



101 Dalmatians

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

Pongo, a dalmatian, meets a lovely female dalmatian, Perdita, with her owner, Anita. Eventually, the two dog owners fell in love and married, keeping their dogs together as well. Perdita gives birth to 15 puppies which catches the eye of Cruella de Vil, an eccentric heiress, who wants to use them to make a coat.



Moana

For ages: 10 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10

Moana is the daughter of the village chief and is a daring young lady. She leaves on a boat to accomplish a dangerous mission to save her people from some curse which is also an ancient mission of her ancestors. While on her voyage, she meets the demigod Maui. They cast off across together in the seven seas, battling with gigantic monsters and unfeasible odds



Lilo and Stitch

For ages: 7 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

Lilo adopts Stitch in a pet shop, a small ugly "dog" - not knowing he is an alien formed from an experiment and currently at large in his alien planet. Lilo's steadfast belief in 'ohana' helps open up Stitch's heart and allows him to love and care for others.



Finding Nemo

For ages: 4 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 8.1/10

Marlin, the clown fish, is very protective of his only son, Nemo, the only survivor of an attack that killed his mother and siblings. When a diver catches Nemo, Marlin swims across the ocean on a mission to find him, accompanied by a blue reef fish named Dory, who has short-term memory loss.



The Little Mermaid

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10

The disobedient 16-year-old mermaid daughter of King Triton, Ariel, visits the surface, which her father forbids above everything. She sees the human Prince Eric and falls in love with him. Longing to be together, she approaches the dangerous sea witch Ursula and who agrees to give her legs so she can walk on land in exchange for her voice.



Peter Pan

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

A magical boy, Peter Pan, visits Wendy and her two brothers in their home. Together with a fairy named Tinkerbell and her magic pixie dust, they bring the siblings to a place called Neverland. However, when Peter's rival, the sea-pirate Captain Hook, creates peril, the children begin to grow homesick.



Mulan 2

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10

Mushu, Mulan's spirit guardian, worries that she will get rid of him when her fiancé's family accepts her. Fearful that he will lose a place in Mulan's life, Mushu finds all the ways that will break the couple up while accompanying three princesses to meet their future husbands.



The Little Mermaid 2

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 5.6/10

Ariel and Eric’s love for each other gave them their daughter, Melody. Assuming that there are secrets her mother is keeping from her, she swims into the ocean, hoping to find answers on her own.



Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 5.9/10

Lady and Tramp have a pup named Scamp. Scamp pursues freedom from a tamed life and his family’s rules by joining a group of junkyard dogs leading him on an adventure of a lifetime.



Pocahontas 2

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 4.9/10

John Smith, Pocahontas’ love interest, is nowhere to be found. Despite the devastation from the news, she has to travel to England to represent her tribe. She enters a peculiar world, hoping to prevent an unjust war from happening in order to save her people.



Lilo and Stitch 2

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.3/10

Things seem to be different than before when Lilo notices Stitch is acting weirdly. When Lilo sees that Stitch’s state continues to deteriorate, she seeks help from Jookiba to create an innovative tool to bring Stitch back to normal.



Lion King 2

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

Simba’s daughter, Kiara, is set to be the next queen of the pride. She crosses paths with another young cub, Kovu, who lives in the Outlands and befriends him. Coming from two different worlds, she gets into all sorts of trouble because of their forbidden friendship.



The Little Mermaid: New Beginning

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

A prequel to The Little Mermaid, King Triton forbids music throughout Atlantica. However, Flounder sees Sebastian performing at an unauthorized tavern, contrary to what the king had commanded. Ariel also aspires to do the same thing but finds it difficult to leave.



Ice Age 2: The Meltdown

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

Ice begins to melt due to climate change, and nature seems to be warning the group, Manny, Sid, and Diego about a future flood. On their way to search for secure land, they surprisingly encounter a female mammoth with opossum brothers when they thought Manny was the only one left of his kind.



Garfield

For ages: 8 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 5/10

Jon Arbuckles owns an overweight, lazy, and humorous orange cat, Garfield, and the dull yet sweet dog, Odie. Garfield thinks of a plan on how to cast away the canine. However, he suddenly turns a new leaf when his scheme turns out to be successful. He is now on the go, looking for his annoying companion.



Snow White

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10

Snow White is a young orphan princess who lives with her vain stepmother, the Queen. When the Magic Mirror claims Snow White to be "the fairest of them all," the Queen commands a huntsman to bring her into a forest and kill her. Lost and scared, she finds herself in the forest where she befriends animals and seven dwarves.



Pinocchio

For ages: 9 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.4/10

The carpenter, Geppetto, wishes on a shooting star that Pinocchio, the wooden puppet, could become a real boy. That night, the Blue Fairy makes the man's wish come true and assigns Jiminy Cricket to be the wooden child's guide.



Sleeping Beauty

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.2/10

A wicked and jealous witch, Maleficent, puts a curse on Princess baby Aurora, which would cause the heiress’ death at the age of 16. Three fairies use their powers to change the spell so that instead of death, she would fall into a deep slumber that only a kiss from a prince can awaken her.



Meet the Robinsons

For ages: 8 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

Boy genius, Lewis, gives up hope of retrieving his latest invention, which Bowler Hat Guy stole from him. A young time-traveler named Wilbur Robinson arrives on the scene to whisk Lewis away in his time machine. The boys spend a day in the future with Wilbur's eccentric family and uncover a great secret together.



Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

Sid ‘adopts’ some eggs because he is jealous of Manny and Ellie expecting a baby. The following day, the eggs hatch, revealing three Tyrannosaurus hatchlings. While attempting to be fatherly to the three, he encounters their birth mother.



Kronk's New Groove

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

Kronk has become a better person and now operates a busy pizza place in an Incan village. When he hears that his fault-finding father, Papi, is visiting, he rushes to earn money to impress him. Kronk also used to be Yzma’s assistant. She meddles with his current work in hopes that he can go back and work for her again.



The Peanuts Movie

For ages: 4 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Charlie Brown consistently makes an honest effort against inconceivable chances. Meanwhile, his closest companion, Snoopy, leaves on an epic experience to dreamland.



The Rescuers Down Under

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

Cody is a kid living in the Australian outback. He releases a rare golden eagle from a snare. When a malicious poacher abducts Cody in order to get the eagle, a group of neighborhood creatures contacts the Rescue Aid Society in New York City, who appoint their top mice, Bernard and Bianca, to the case.



Piglet's Big Movie

For ages: 4 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

Piglet finds it challenging to convey certain things to his friends. Piglet has had enough after not being included in his friends’ honey-hunting trip. When Piglet's friends recognize he's gone they decide to look for him. The only indications of his possible whereabouts are in the scrapbook that he left behind.



Ice Age 5: Collision Course

For ages: 6 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 5.7/10

Manny, the wooly mammoth, isn't delighted about his daughter's upcoming wedding, and it's not because Sid is the wedding planner. Whether he likes it or not, nothing will postpone the wedding unless it's the end of the world. Almost as if destiny's on Manny's side, Scrat unintentionally launches himself into space and sets off a chain response that sends a space rock towards Earth.



Lady and the Tramp

For ages: 5 years old and above

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

A spoiled cocker spaniel named Lady whose comfortable life is challenged once her owners have a child. Lady ends up on the streets and befriends a stray dog named Tramp. Love starts to bloom between them. Due to their opposite worlds, fate seems to keep the two apart.

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