‘Perfect specimen’ and ‘Wo-man’ is a big issue in the Chinese society; the ‘Wushan Shennv’ and ‘Mulan’ are just prototype texts of the two words, respectively. From the perspective of feminism, feminist identity has been researched based on the social context of the words ‘Perfect specimen’ and ‘Wo-man’ and their prototype forms. From this analysis do we see the similarities between the absence of feminist identity in ‘Shennv’ and ‘Perfect Specimen’ and the meaning of feminist identity in ‘Mulan’ and ‘Wo-man’. It must be admitted that there are differences between men and women in terms of their anatomical differences. While there is not a definite meaning between the structural integrity of a man and woman, it should not be ignored by any means. The words ‘Perfect specimen’ and ‘Woman’ both are extreme examples of feminism. “Perfect Specimen’ critically emphasises about feminism, whereas the latter actually highlights masculinity. To truly liberate a woman from a sexist society, it seems much more vital to appeal feminist identity towards society rather than trying to make such extreme words such as ‘Perfect Specimen’ or ‘Wo-man’.