One of Suyuan’s twin daughters from her first marriage. She is rescued between the cities Kweilin and Chungking in 1944, after Suyuan places her and her twin on a busy road. Suyuan, fearing that she’s dying, believes her daughters will be saved if they seem orphaned. Chwun Hwa grows up in China and reunites with her half-sister June at the end of the novel.
Wang Chwun Hwa Quotes in The Joy Luck Club
The The Joy Luck Club quotes below are all either spoken by Wang Chwun Hwa or refer to Wang Chwun Hwa. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Penguin Books edition of The Joy Luck Club published in 2006.).
Part 4, Chapter 4 Quotes
I look at their faces again and see no trace of my mother in them. Yet they still look familiar. And now I also see what part of me is Chinese. It is so obvious. It is my family. It is in our blood. After all these years, I can finally be let go.
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Wang Chwun Hwa Character Timeline in The Joy Luck Club
The timeline below shows where the character Wang Chwun Hwa appears in The Joy Luck Club. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Part 4, Chapter 4: A Pair of Tickets
...enters the conversation to ask their names; Canning says their names are Chwun Yu and Chwun Hwa . June then inquires about the meaning of her Chinese name, Jing-mei. Canning defines “jing”... (full context)
...same face again on someone else, and realizes they are her sisters, Chwun Yu and Chwun Hwa . “Hesitations and expectations forgotten,” they run together and embrace, whispering Suyuan’s name in unison.... (full context)