The Chinese actress has played Mulan for the last seven years, appearing in every installment of the Disney animated film.
But Mulan Online is an online service for her fans, who can access the film through the Chinese internet service provider.
Ms Mulan said the service had attracted more than 10 million users.
“Mulan Online was built from the ground up to make it the most popular Chinese film of all time,” she said.
“I can’t think of any other film I have starred in, with such an enormous fan base.”
Mulans popularity began with the film’s release in 2009, when she made a cameo in the film as a Chinese-American waitress in the lead role.
“The only reason that we have all the time in the world to do this is because of the film, but I would never have thought it would take off like it has,” Ms Mulan told ABC TV’s Nightline.
Ms Malice was one of the first celebrities to use the platform, launching the website in 2009.
“It was just one of those things where people were asking questions about how to make movies and how to sell movies and it kind of became a craze, and it took off from there,” Ms Malice said.
Mulanic online platform was launched in 2009 after she starred in a Chinese restaurant scene.
“In those days, we had so much to do, it was just a daily grind, but we were able to make money,” Ms Moolan said.
Ms Moolana said her family had always supported her efforts, and she would occasionally send money to her family when her mother, an opera singer, was sick.
“But I always knew it was something I had to do,” she explained.
“And so I thought, ‘What am I going to do?
What am I not doing?'”
Ms Mooana said she and her sister would also occasionally buy tickets for the film.
“They would give us tickets and we would buy them, and sometimes I would get them for free,” she added.
“Sometimes, I would go to the cinema, but the queues would be so long.”
She added that she would never take a job on the internet, and would only buy movies from overseas.
“When I got my job I had so many more things I needed to do and I would just sit there, waiting for people to come to the theatre,” Ms Mclean said.
The internet platform was not without its challenges.
“We were trying to build the platform so that we could give back to the community, so people could go to a movie or watch a movie,” Ms Fong said.
A recent study by the Institute of Cinematic Arts found the internet was the fastest-growing technology in China.
“Internet users in China today consume an average of more than three hours of video per day, a level that is up by about four times compared to last year,” the study said.
But the Chinese government has vowed to tackle piracy.
“What we want to do is make sure that there is not a lot of pirated content out there and that all of the content is being licensed,” Premier Li Keqiang said at a state-of-the-art video conference in March.
“If we can’t protect the rights of the creators of content, then what is the purpose of the Chinese film industry?”