nder the pressure of her mother-in-law, Demi practices the strictest postnatal confinement (åæœˆå). She has been trapped in her bed for two weeks without a shower and eats nothing but chicken soup. She can't even decide the name of her own baby. Frustrated and desperately needing a break, Demi secretly orders a burger delivery only to get a more terrifying punishment and to realize that her careless husband will never stand up for her.
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Demi's husband. He's sweet, hard-working, and respectful, except he doesn't really care what you want. He gives you what he thinks you need, just like how his family raised him. A very good talker. Very convincing. A master of guilt-tripping and gaslighting. It's all for his big picture; his version of win-win.
She might seem to be a bossy and control freak to other people; however, for her family, she's always the wise one who pulls the family together. She's the one who makes the decisions that eventually turn out to be right. She's very privileged compared to other first-generation immigrants but still sees herself as a survivor. She lives an insecure life, and she WON'T let her son or grandson experience the same thing. She wants to guarantee them the brightest future in the world. No one can be in the way of that.
Demi never hears him talking or even making a sound. He creeps out Demi all the time as he doesn't seem to be a real person, more like a robot following Fang around and doing whatever she asks him to. Every once in a while, he spills emotion but quickly covers it up. What is he thinking? No one knows.
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