While Chinese-Canadian men are historically stereotyped as male-labour machines, Chinese-Canadian women are historically non-existent. As a result, there is a lack of representation of Chinese-Canadian women in history of Canada. In Sky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Café, by using two female voices, Kae and Suzie, Lee makes her female characters not just the speaking subject but also agents who break the historical silence of the marginalized gender, especially the oppressed silence on females regarding sexuality. By breaking the traditional patriarchal system, Lee reshapes Kae’s shameful family history through the female characters’ perspectives, and incites readers to rethink how Kae searches for and finds her own identity through sisterhood within her family. Kae, the narrative in Disappearing Moon Cafe, connects the two-faced mask of female characters with the problem of women’s sexuality.