"Kelly Ann Long features Helen Snow's quest for journalistic recognition, sometimes as a partner in a dynamic marriage team contributing to good Chinese-American relations and sometimes in competition with her husband for fame and fortune. Long uses Helen Snow's writings to form a memoir, allowing insight into American and Chinese values, perspectives on women's roles, and a sympathetic feminine lens through which to view social reforms and political changes in 1930s China."
Barbara Bennett Peterson, Journal of American History
"Long explores an essential issue: the cultural limitations imposed on anyone who attempts to interpret another culture."
Diana Marston Wood, University of Pittsburg; Education about Asia