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|Maxine Hong Kingston||Maxine Hong Kingston both honors and rebels against the roles of women in her Chinese-American family. Read More||imaginative, determined, unpopular|
|Brave Orchid||Brave Orchid, Kingston's mother, is a former midwife who has emigrated from China to raise a family with her husband and work in their laundry business. Read More||loud, brash, insulting, strict|
|Fa Mu Lan||Fa Mu Lan is a legendary Chinese female warrior who goes to battle in place of her father. Read More||brave, undaunted, balanced, independent|
|No Name Woman||No Name Woman, Kingston's aunt on her father's side, is a young Chinese woman who becomes pregnant by someone other than her husband. Read More||intimidated, ashamed|
|Moon Orchid||Moon Orchid is a timid. older Chinese woman who emigrates to the United States to be with her family. Read More||naive, reluctant|
|The Old Couple||The Old Couple are an elderly couple who teach martial arts in the legend of Fa Mu Lan. Read More||wise, insistent, powerful|
|Brave Orchid's husband||Brave Orchid's husband is a hard-working Chinese immigrant who runs a laundry in Stockton, California.||hard-working, patient|
|Crazy Mary||Crazy Mary is a Chinese immigrant who is left as a baby in China and is crazy by the time she gets to the United States.||explosive, unpredictable|
|Kingston's brother||Kingston's brother is a sensible boy who reluctantly does what his mother tells him to do.||obedient, intelligent|
|Kingston's sister||Kingston's sister is an obedient Chinese-American girl.||obedient|
|Lovely Orchid||Lovely Orchid is a younger woman in China who owns a shoe company.||devoted, beautiful|
|Mentally challenged boy||The mentally challenged boy is a young adult man who looks like a boy, dresses in sloppy clothing, and gives toys to younger children.||loud, clueless, ever-present|
|Moon Orchid's daughter||The daughter of Moon Orchid is an obedient young Chinese-American woman who is curious about her parentage.||dutiful, caring|
|Moon Orchid's husband||Moon Orchid's husband is a businessman who leaves his family in China to start a new life, without telling his Chinese wife.||Americanized, somewhat sensitive|
|Nurse||The nurse speaks poor Chinese and doesn't want her husband to be in touch with his Chinese family.||cold, efficient|
|Pee-A-Nah||Pee-A-Nah is a crazy Chinese woman who chases children.||insane, dangerous|
|Silent girl||The silent girl is an extremely shy, unpopular Chinese-American girl who refuses to speak.||quiet, outcast|
|Ts'ai Yen||Ts'ai Yen is a female Chinese poet born in the second century CE and captured by barbarians.||resilient, captive|