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40 questions
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  • Q1
    Which of these areas is sparsely populated due to a harsh climate?
    Beijing
    Japan
    Indus Delta
    Gobi Desert
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  • Q2
    What was the greatest effect on China when opening the Pacific ports to foreign traders?
    A great number of foreigners moved to these Chinese port cities.
    It expanded trading, contributing to a strong economy in China.
    China's export business collapsed because most goods were brought in from elsewhere.
    It gave foreign empires easy access routes to invade China.
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  • Q3
    China's first Communist leader was
    Genghis Khan.
    Mao Zedong.
    Deng Xiaoping.
    Shi Huangdi.
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  • Q4
    The Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River creates power from
    water.
    nuclear energy.
    wind.
    coal.
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  • Q5
    China's largest city is
    Shanghai.
    Beijing.
    Macao.
    Hong Kong.
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  • Q6
    In which economic system does the government own all businesses and makes all decisions?
    traditional
    market
    socialist
    command
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  • Q7
    Due to dense population and few government controls, what is a major problem in China's cities?
    education
    disease
    drugs
    pollution
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  • Q8
    Which city has a history of promoting the kidnapping of other countries' sailors?
    Macao
    Beijing
    Shanghai
    Hong Kong
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  • Q9
    Which is the largest city in Mongolia?
    Ulaanbaatar
    Seoul
    Baotou
    Shenyang
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  • Q10
    What island country is southeast of China?
    India
    Taiwan
    North Korea
    Mongolia
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  • Q11
    Which Chinese invention is used to measure the strength of earthquakes?
    acupuncture
    sundial
    seismograph
    porcelain
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  • Q12
    What is the name of the system of trade routes that spread through Asia to Europe?
    Silk Road
    Grand Canal
    Gobi Pass
    first highway system
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  • Q13
    The dynasty during which the Mongols ruled China was the
    Tang.
    Yuan.
    Sui.
    Ming.
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  • Q14
    Which city located in southern China was a British colony for over 100 years?
    Beijing
    Hong Kong
    Shanghai
    Taipei
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  • Q15
    Who was the Chinese sailor who led many voyages to India and Africa?
    Zheng He
    Kaigeng
    Marco Polo
    Shi Huangdi
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  • Q16
    What was constructed in northern China to keep out invaders and took centuries to build?
    Great Wall
    Silk Road
    Forbidden City
    Grand Canal
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  • Q17
    Which of the following best characterizes Genghis Khan's expeditions of conquest?
    mostly peaceful conquests in which people surrendered
    bloody attacks in which entire populations of cities and towns were often wiped out
    slow, drawn-out sieges, often taking months
    closely fought battles
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  • Q18
    What body of water lies between China and the Koreas?
    Bay of Japan
    Yellow Sea
    Pacific Ocean
    China Sea
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  • Q19
    What is the term for rich soil deposited after a flood?
    loess
    dirt
    muck
    loam
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  • Q20
    What is isolationism?
    partitioning a region
    a policy of no trade and little communication
    living in a rural setting
    keeping a sick person away from the healthy
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