One of our first introductions to Suyuan is as the founder of the Joy Luck Club, or rather, two Joy Luck Clubs. In both China and America, Suyuan starts the club in order to bring together a community of women to celebrate their happiness and luck in life and she is Jing-mei Woo’s mother.
Jing-mei is Suyuan daughter. She fills in her mother’s shoes after her mother died. And auntie Lin told Jing-mei to find out her twins sister.
She is BFF and enemy of Suyaun. She is the person who told Jimg-mei to find her sister.
Friends of Suyaun and the founders of The Joy Luck Club.
The twins are Suyaun daughter and Jing-mei sister.
Jing-mei has some big shoes to fill.
Jing-mei’s mother has just died and Jing-mei needs to fill her mom’s spot in the Joy Luck Club. She’s feeling pretty inadequate for the job, but heads over to the Hsus’ house for the club meeting.
Suyuan died with unfinished business left behind. An-mei blurted out about it.
Jing-mei’s doesn’t think that she’s capable of telling her twin sisters about their mother because Jing-mei isn’t sure she knew their mom herself.
Auntie Lin told Jing-mei that unfinished business is twins sister is still alive and live in China. She offered Jing-mei $1,200 to travel to China.
Jing-mei decided to find her twins sister.
In The Joy Luck Club, most of the transformations are accomplished through hope, understanding, and life circumstances. Hope, for example, allows people and objects to become more than they really are.
In The Joy Luck Club, friendship is critical, rocky, competitive, but always loyal. The women by turns seem to hate each other and can’t seem to live without each other.
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Public - 10/9/16, 7:48 AM