因此，上述权利与责任之间的关系清楚地证明了两者是并行不悖的。没有权利和责任并存，健康的风气是不可能的。没有责任的权利没有意义，没有权利的责任毫无意义（Brennan Jr，W. J.，1977，pp 489）。
都是主角（李和安彻锷敏）用他们提供的信息的最大和最终落户国远离自己的家园在那里接受外国文化张开双臂。Ben Stevenson和Charles C Foster从毛的最后舞者也帮助李适应在美国其同情他。两位主人公都饱受共产主义之苦，都深深地爱着他们的祖国。都与系统冲突；李有毅力和耐心与它斗争，出现的成功而安彻锷敏不得不忍受很多痛苦和麻烦，虽然她严；但最终不得不离开自己的国家到美国定居（min·，1996）。
There is a fourfold connection between rights and responsibilities:
a)One’s rights imply others responsibilities: Every right of an individual involves a corresponding responsibility of the others. For example, my right to lead my life implies it is the responsibility of the others to protect it.
b)One’s rights imply one’s duty to admit similar rights of others: If an individual exercises a right, he should always acknowledge the fact that the same right belongs to others as well.
c)Exercising of one’s right to promote social good, a person should not use his fundamental right to promote bitterness in the society. For example, a person using his freedom of speech should not spread communal bitterness in the society; then the State would be justified to deprive him from his fundamental right.
d)Since, the state guarantees one’s rights it is one’s responsibility to support the state. The state is the agency to maintain social good and it is a responsibility of an individual to support the state.
Thus, the above mentioned relations between the rights and responsibilities clearly prove that both go hand in hand. A healthy atmosphere is impossible without the co-existence of the rights and responsibilities. Rights without responsibilities have no meaning and responsibilities without rights have no sense (Brennan Jr, W. J., 1977, pp 489).
Both are protagonist (LI and Anchee Min) used their available information to the fullest and both eventually settled in country’s away from their home land where they imbibed the foreign culture with open arms. Ben Stevenson and Charles C Foster from Mao’s Last Dancer also helped Li to acclimatize in the United States which shows their empathy towards him. Both the protagonist suffered from communism and both loved their homeland dearly. Both had conflicts with the system; Li had the perseverance and the patience to fight with it and emerged successful while Anchee Min had to endure a lot of pain and trouble although she had Yan; but eventually had to leave her country to settle in the United States (Min A., 1996).