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The style of the book follows the daily events of Su-Jen's growing up.

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What makes the novel feel as classically Canadian as anything by Margaret Laurence or Alice Munro? Consider setting (where the. The style of the book follows the daily events of Su-Jen's growing up. To these ends I read Chinese Canadian author Judy Fong Bates’s debut novel Midnight at the Dragon Café (2005) as an important and intimate map of the social geography of a small Canadian town that illuminates how diasporic.

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May 19, 2020 · class=" fc-falcon">Section Summary Midnight at the Dragon Cafe Section Analysis: 261 - 285 By: Vanessa Dankwah Lee Kung and mail order bride, Mai Yee get married.

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. . Midnight at the Dragon Café by Judy Fong Bates, 2005, Counterpoint edition, in English. To these ends I read Chinese Canadian author Judy Fong Bates’s debut novel Midnight at the Dragon Café (2005) as an important and intimate map of the social geography of a small Canadian town that illuminates how diasporic. Author. In a small Ontario town in the 1960s, Su-Jen and her parents begin a new life where they are the only Chinese family, isolated by language and long hours at their diner, but things change when Su-Jen's half-brother arrives.

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Midnight at the Dragon Cafe Judy Fong Bates, 2005 Counterpoint 336 pp.

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With Midnight at the Dragon Café, Judy Fong Bates produces a work that is both quintessentially Canadian and yet powerfully conveys the Chinese immigrant perspective.

In a small Ontario town in the 1960s, Su-Jen and her parents begin a new life where they are the only Chinese family, isolated by language and long hours at their diner, but things change when Su-Jen's half-brother arrives.

Set in the 1950s, the novel tells the story of a young Chinese girl, Su-Jen, who immigrates with her family to a small Ontario town where they open a Chinese restaurant.