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Foreign Asian. Use the HTML below. Lena is hesitant but Ying-Ying comforts her and tells her that it's not too late to do so. She is reunited with her long-lost mother Vivian Wu , who was disowned by her family for her " dalliance " with a wealthy middle-aged man named Wu-Tsing Wu Tianming , who has three other wives, making An-Mei's mother the Fourth Wife shortly after her husband's death.
An Mei's mother also arrives to see her dying mother Lucille Soong. In order to not lose her again, An-Mei moves out with her mother to Wu-Tsing's house against her relatives' wishes for her to remain with them.
Moments later, An-Mei's mother destroys the necklace, which turns out to be made of glass. Later, An-Mei learns the truth of how her mother became a Fourth Wife: While her mother was at the temple mourning the death of her husband, the Second Wife met and befriended her, enticing her to meet Wu-Tsing who raped and impregnated her.
The mother's relatives refused to believe she had been raped and kicked her out of the house. With nowhere else to go, the mother reluctantly agreed to become Wu-Tsing's Fourth Wife.
After the mother gave birth to a boy, An-Mei's half-brother, the Second Wife took him, claiming him as her own.
After telling An-Mei the truth about her situation, the mother commits suicide by eating "sticky sweet dumplings " laced with opium , choosing the day of her death carefully to threaten Wu-Tsing with the vengeance of her angry ghost.
Ted is initially attracted to Rose's assertive, forthright nature. When he confronts his aristocratic mother Diane Baker for insulting Rose due to her race, Rose is impressed and agrees to marry him.
Over the course of their marriage, however, Rose and Ted become distant from each other, mainly because Rose, desperate to prove herself to Ted's milieu, becomes submissive and demure at the cost of her own identity and interests.
They have a daughter, Jennifer, but this doesn't resolve their marital problems. To complicate matters more, Rose suspects that Ted has cheated on her with another woman, which he asserts is not the main reason for their problems.
Some time later, An-Mei comes for a visit and relays the story of her own mother's fate to Rose. She encourages Rose to stand up to Ted for herself and for Jennifer, or nothing will change.
To avoid the fate of An-Mei's mother, Rose reclaims her strength and confronts Ted face to face, telling him that he will leave the house and that he will not take their daughter away from her.
Rose then confides in him that she was wrong to consider her love for him as less worthy than his love for her, compelling Ted to take her seriously and stop taking her for granted.
At June's farewell party, Rose and Ted are seen briefly kissing and sharing a slice of cake, although their current marital status is not revealed onscreen.
When Suyuan became ill during her quest for refuge, her cart breaks down, causing the babies to fall. Near death, Suyuan was unable to carry the babies herself and abandoned them along with all of her other possessions, including a photo of herself.
Suyuan survived but was haunted by guilt over the loss of her daughters whose fates she does not know. After remarrying in America, Suyuan has high hopes for her new daughter June, but June constantly fails to meet her expectations out of a lack of interest.
She performs badly during a piano recital at age nine Melanie Chang , and when Suyuan pushes her to continue training to be a concert pianist, June refuses, hurting her mother deeply by saying she wishes she were dead like Suyuan's other daughters.
The story moves ahead to a dinner party a year before Suyuan's passing. June, now an adult, has been freelancing for her long-time rival Waverly.
During the dinner, Waverly rejects June's business proposals, prompting Suyuan to comment that June and Waverly are not alike in that style is something one cannot be taught but must be born with.
June understands her mother to say that Waverly has style while June does not and feels humiliated, believing that her mother has betrayed her being a failure in her mother's eyes.
The following day, June berates Suyuan for her remarks and admits she could never live up to her high expectations.
June laments that Suyuan has always been disappointed in June because of her disappointing academic grades, her lack of a serious relationship, and her less-than-successful job.
However, Suyuan gives her the necklace that Suyuan has worn since June's birth, which Suyuan asserts can help guide June's heart as it has done hers.
Suyuan also assures June that she is the one who has the unteachable style , admitting that while Waverly has been the better of the two in competitions, June always has had the best heart, which is the reason Suyuan is so proud to have June as her daughter.
Since that day, June has worn the necklace her mother gave her. Last Easter before the farewell party, June received the news from the Club that the long-lost twins were alive.
When June couldn't understand the twins' letter written in Chinese , Lindo purportedly mistranslated the letter to make June believe that the twins knew about Suyuan's death and their long-lost half-sister June.
Back in the present, when the farewell party ends, Lindo confesses that she wrote letters to the twins and then signed Suyuan's name.
June begs Lindo to tell them the truth, but Lindo tells her that it is too late because the twin sisters are anticipating their mother, still believing that Suyuan is alive.
A short while later, June's father Chao-Li Chi retells the war story of Suyuan and her long-lost twin daughters. Then he gives her the swan feather as described earlier in the prologue from Suyuan's swan, saying that the feather looks worthless but carries with it all of her mothers "good intentions.
In finally accepting her Chinese heritage, June is able to make peace with her deceased mother. When the novel The Joy Luck Club was released in , Wayne Wang approached Amy Tan, the novel's author, with the idea of adapting the novel that he admired into a film.
A lot of executives and producers are afraid of voiceovers because they say it distances the audience from the action. I felt differently.
It allowed you into the inner heart of the narrator [and] to understand their feelings in a way you could never do in dialogue.
Wayne Wang, Amy Tan, and Ronald Bass teamed up with the Ixtlan Corporation, including its staff members, Oliver Stone and Janet Yang, who was the company's vice president and had a profound interest in the project.
Stone and Wang reconciled their differences enabling them to work together and finally agreed to produce the film together  along with other producers.
Carolco Pictures initially agreed to support the project in spring , but the company had fiscal problems, and the filmmakers turned down the contract six months later in fall due to not receiving the level of creative control that they demanded.
Despite that she lacked filmmaking experience, "[Amy] Tan found the process not nearly as bad as she had feared.
She was happy that collaborating meant discussions and that they were followed by time to write on her own. The producers were surprised, but Yang felt in retrospect that Joy Luck "fits in with Disney's agenda—taking a chance on low-budget projects not dependent on star power".