The Joy Luck Club - Amy Tan. Loved Amy Tan after the first chapter. Gives endearing insight into the mother-daughter dynamic among Asian immigrants. Bottom line: all mothers and daughters have the same challenges.
As bell hooks once wrote, feminism is for everybody. Coming to embrace feminism can be relief, but a challenge, too. Once you've identified as feminist, you might have questions about the history or what's happening within the movement.
The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan In 1949 four Chinese women-drawn together by the shadow of their past-begin meeting in San Francisco to play mah jong, invest in stocks, eat dim sum, and ''say'' stories. They call their gathering the Joy Luck Club.
The Joy Luck Club was formed of four Chinese women recently moved to San Francisco who meet to eat dim sum, play mah-jong and to share stories. Forty years on they and their daughters tell wise and witty tales of hope, loss, family and history.
1993 The Joy Luck Club: The life histories of four Asian women and their daughters reflect and guide each other.my usual comment it is based on the book by Amy Tan that I had read first.still enjoyed the movie