while the political feats of her husband, president Chiang kai-shek, may be more widely recognized soong Mei-ling's accomplishments are just as notable. As first lady, soong mei-ling introduced her husband to western culture and ideas. Likewise, she served as her husband's emissary, or spokesperson, to the west. During a visit to the united states in 1943, soong mei-ling became the second woman to address a joint session of the u.s. congress. The trip earned her the esteem of the american public, who praised her passion and determination, and she raised billions of dollars in aid for her country.
what is the meaning of emissary, as used in the passage?
1. A person sent to a foreign country to do religious work is wrong because it doesn't say nothing about doing religious work.
2. A person sent on a mission to represent another person or country is the correct answer because emissary is like a lawyer or goverment that speaks for someone or the community.
3. A secret agent is wrong because they are telling us the person name in the passage.
4. A soldier paid by a foreign is wrong because they not talking about no army, etc.