Little Town Full Of Little People |Battle Of The Fandoms Competition Entry|

Little town gossip is a tale as old as time, the same story everywhere you go. Or is it? |Disclaimer: This is a Disney fan fiction, none of the character's are mine, they are all property of Disney. |The title is taken from lyrics in the song "Belle" from "Beauty and the Beast| COVER BY Infinite_Exho|


5. Mulan & Shang

Mulan smiled as she watched her boyfriend Shang and their friend Ling set up the last of the tables. They had rented out a portion of the town's park, and set up dozens of tables under the pavilion for the cultural acceptance festival that Mulan and Belle had planned with the help of town council. The venders had started to arrive, and Mulan's smile grew as she watched her grandmother greeted them all with the limited English she knew. Once all the tables had been set up, Belle and her husband Adam, bringing table cloths and baked goods.

"Thank you," Belle smiled as Mulan took a few of the containers out of her hands. "Some of these are from Pocahontas, she said she would come by once she picked her brothers up from school."

"I'll set up her table for her so that she's not in a rush when she gets here," Mulan suggested, placing the containers on the grass next to one of the tables. "Do you think a lot of people will show up?"

"Let's hope so," Belle replied as she set down her own tray before helping Adam begin to put table cloths on the tables. "I brought a ton of books on cultural diversity."

The women continued their chat as they helped their friends, husband and boyfriend, set up for the event. Eventually, the group began to grow hungry and the men went to get lunch and bring it back for Belle and Mulan, the brains behind the event.

"I was wondering if you could give me some advice," Belle asked Mulan, as the pair adjusted the items on their tables for the hundredth time. 

"The town advice-giver, asking for advice herself?" Mulan smirked. "I'll do my best."

Belle told Mulan about how Plumette asked for advice yesterday, leaving out her name of course. She told Mulan about the advice that she had given. "Do you think I did the right thing?"

"I can't say for sure," Mulan pondered. "As long as everyone is on the same page, I can't see what's wrong with that relationship."

"That's what I thought too," Belle replied. "I'm glad I'm not the only one."

"Hello, I'm sorry couldn't come sooner," Pocahontas called, as she approached them from the other side of the pavilion, with her brothers in tow. "Kenai brought one of our kayaks with him so we could teach anyone who wanted to learn."

"I'm gonna help," The youngest brother, Koda, continued as he struggled to carry paddles larger than him. "It's gonna be awesome!"

"Thank you for setting up for me," Pocahontas told them as she helped Kenai to set the small boat on the grass next to their table. "Have many people come by yet?"

"No, we've had a few, but I think we'll have more now that school's done for the day," Belle told her. "How have you been?"

"Great, I've gotten better at making pain killers from willow bark," She smiled. "How about you?"

"I was finally able to open that diversity section in the library," She informed them, watching Koda fiddle with what looked to be a bundle of string and sticks. "What are you making?" 

"A Willow stick doll," He told her, holding it up for her to see. "I was going give it to my friend for her birthday."

"That's very sweet of you Koda," Mulan smiled. "I'm sure she'll love it."

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