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She believes that her sisters will hate her when she shows up without their mother and has to announce her death. As a result, Auntie Lindo writes back announcing the passing of the mother and announces that instead their sister, June-May, will be coming. It is during this trip that June-May fulfills her mother’s dream, “carrying with me her dreams of coming home. I am going to China,” (Tan 147). By doing this she gains another part of her mother.
Meanwhile, her mother suffered a serious illness. Tan resolved to take a trip to China with her mother if she recovered. In 1987, after Daisy Tan returned to health, they traveled to China to visit the three daughters that Daisy had not seen for several decades and the three sisters Tan had never met. The trip provided Tan with a new perspective on her mother, and it proved to be the key inspiration for her first book, The Joy Luck, a collection of sixteen... ... middle of paper ... ...r mothers death to meet her half sisters. While in China Jing-mei finds out that she did appreciate her mother although she was worried that she didn't and knew nothing about her.
Everyone else would tease her, steal from her, and call her names. Since Adeline and her aunt shared the same room, they became very close. They would talk to each other about when Adeline grew up, her and her aunt would live happily together. After her friends from school secretly fallowed Adeline home to celebrate her winning class president in fifth grade, her parents sent her to a boarding school claiming that her aunt was a bad influence on her. At that time, China was in war and, for safety, everyone was leaving the city where Adeline was going to boarding school.
They build factories, an increase in car ownership , and the overwhelming reliance on coal (Wagstaff) .China’s economic growth of factories and other harmful toxics has also even hurt the atmosphere. Throughout the decades China tried to rush the advancement of their economic growth, which rapidly expanded to where the air pollution was not controllable. This was just the beginning of China’s awful air pollution there is still more to come for today’s number of issues. Today China’s smog has only gotten worse since the last two decades when it started, it’s smog has risen severely. The air pollution contributed up to 12% to 24% of daily sulfate concentrations (Kaiman).