Amy Tan

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One can hope that such a story was naive and made a poorly informed decision to present the information as it has been presented. It may agree with certain mainstream views, but had VICE performed any level of journalistic effort, the article would tell a different, truer version of this story.
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Dame Edna Everage's "possums" near and far might be fretting over the news that the savage, self-proclaimed international superstar is taking a bow after her current U.S. tour fades to black next month.
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Asian Americans are grateful to Tan for writing a novel that gives some visibility to a concealed minority group. Her novel gives a voice to young people who struggle to articulate the relational dynamics that they experience as they grow up with immigrant parents.
As with his previous films, "The Black List," "The Latino List" and "The Out List," "The Boomer List" focuses on singular individuals who speak directly to the camera about their journeys, the challenges they faced, and what they've learned.
I have a complicated relationship with Amy Tan. Reading The Joy Luck Club as a pre-teen, I didn't really relate to the chess-playing genius or the woman stuck in her unhappy marriage, but I thought the overwrought story important for delving into the turbulent, painful history of China
NPR: "There are familiar Tan themes throughout 'The Valley of Amazement': family estrangement, mother-daughter angst, the