The Joy Luck Club, presents the stories of four Chinese-immigrant women and their American-born daughters. Each of the four Chinese women has her own view of the world based on her experiences in China and wants to share that vision with her daughter. The daughters try to understand and appreciate their mothers' pasts, adapt to the American way of life, and win their mothers' acceptance.
Let’s Kill Til It’s Dead: The Myth That Mom’s Salary Pays For Childcare, by Ester Bloom. Choice quote: "When we assume women alone should shoulder the price of childcare — which is, by the way, often extravagant — we are saying, as a culture, that women are still and primarily responsible for the home front. That that’s their real job and whatever outside work they do is secondary, disposable, temporary."
Joy Luck Club. I adore this movie! And I think this is the first movie I can say, I'm glad I saw before reading the book. They are very complimentary! I recommend this movie wholeheartedly. Especially for mother/daughter relationships!
What can we say about The Joy Luck Club? It is one of those books that you can read again and again and still find something new to love. The Joy Luck Club (1989) is a best-selling novel written by Amy Tan. It focuses on four Chinese American immigrant families in San Francisco who start a club known as The Joy Luck Club. The three mothers and four daughters share stories about their lives in the form of vignettes.