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sisters. You can tell by the diction Jing-mei uses that she was born in America. Even as an American woman, the beauty of the Chinese within her name remains potent and moving. In the story "A Pair of Tickets by Amy Tan, a woman by the name of Jing-mei struggles with her identity as a Chinese female. Manzi rated it really liked it, i read this story for my AP English class, and I enjoyed it a lot. This is not a tie that Jing-mei had ever been aware of before, though her mother had for many yearsand her mothers purpose was clear in her own heart from the moment of Jing-mei's birth: Jing-mei would one day return to China and connect with.
And somehow the crowds don't bother. California is the main contributor to the conflict, because there probably wouldn't be a conflict if she was born over in China to begin with. When Jing-mei June May arrives at the airport, her father Canning sees his aunt and says, "Aiyi! Throughout her childhood, she "vigorously denied" the Crucible - Power, Justice, and Authority (857) that she had any Chinese under her skin. Aiyi" meaning "Auntie Auntie!".