At the end of the 1980s, Chin resumed her acting career by returning to London's West End in David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly (1989), starring Anthony Hopkins and Glen Goei , directed for the second time by John Dexter. It was during this production that Amy Tan , author of The Joy Luck Club , walked into her dressing room at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London.
Peter French's (1984) distinction between aggregate collectivities and conglomerates is useful in understanding some important differences between groups. An aggregate collective is a loose collection of people. Members come and go. Mobs or a crowd which happens to form at an automobile accident are examples of the least structured aggregates and are sometimes also referred to as random collectives. Some aggregates meet at a particular place at about the same time with some regularity, but form no strong bonds of solidarity. A second sort of aggregate is defined by a characteristic common to each member, such as being Korean War vets. If moral responsibility were ascribed to either kind of aggregate for some alleged harm or wrongdoing, it would be ascribed to group members and shared among them as individuals.
Never give up hope... God is at work, often doing the extraordinary in the course of the very ordinariness of our lives.