The Joy Luck Club. An essay comparing and contrasting the differences of American and Chinese culture through the book by Amy Tan.
The Joy Luck Club
"I wanted my children to have the best combination: American circumstances and Chinese character. How could I know these two things do not mix?"(Pg 289) Living in a cultural mish mash, it is very common to meet someone who will introduce themselves as a something - Canadian. In the book, The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan, she writes about a group of four Chinese families who immigrate to the States, taking advantage of "The Better Life". As said by Jing-Mei, "My mother believed you could be anything you wanted to be in America." (Pg 141), her mother was not the only one who t…
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