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Quiz by Mostafa Elbarsi

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120 questions
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  • Q1
    When the ............. dynasty collapsed, China split into several rival kingdoms, each ruled by military leaders. Historians sometimes call the time of disorder that followed the collapse of the Han the Period of Disunion.
    Sui
    Song
    Tang
    Han
    60s
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  • Q2
    war was common during the Period of Disunion, peaceful developments never took place at the same time.
    Wrong
    Not Sure
    True
    60s
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  • Q3
    nomadic peoples settled in ................. China. Some Chinese people adopted the nomads’ culture, while the invaders adopted some Chinese practices.
    northern
    southern
    eastern
    western
    60s
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  • Q4
    ...................... Its leaders restored order to China and began the Grand Canal , a canal linking northern and southern China.
    The Han dynasty
    The Ming dynasty
    The Tang dynasty
    The Sui dynasty
    60s
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  • Q5
    The Sui Dynasty king was ...........
    Empress Wu
    Yang Jian (YANG jee-EN)
    Taizong (TY-tzoong)
    Xuanzon (SHOO-AN-tzoong)
    60s
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  • Q6
    The ............. dynasty also included the only woman to rule China
    Han
    Tang
    Sui
    Yuan
    60s
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  • Q7
    ............ is one of the world’s major religions, originating in India around 500 BC.
    Buddhism
    Caiosm
    Confusionism
    60s
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  • Q8
    Buddhism’s status changed during the ......................, many people turned to Buddhism. They took comfort in the Buddhist teaching that people can escape suffering and achieve a state of peace.
    Sui dynasty
    Yuan dynasty
    Period of Disunion
    Ming dynasty
    60s
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  • Q9
    By the end of the Period of Disunion, Buddhism was well established in ........... as a result, wealthy people donated land and money to Buddhist temples, which arose across the land. Some temples were architectural wonders and housed huge statues of the Buddha
    China
    India
    Japan
    Korea
    60s
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  • Q10
    Buddhism continued to influence life in China after the country was reunified. In fact, during the Sui and Tang dynasties, Buddhism continued to grow and spread. ................., people who travel to spread their religion, introduced Buddhism to Japan, Korea, and other Asian lands.
    Korean
    Indian
    Japanese
    Chinese missionaries
    60s
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  • Q11
    This golden age of Buddhism came to an end when a ................... launched a campaign against the religion. He burned many Buddhist texts, took lands from Buddhist temples, destroyed many temples, and turned others into schools.
    Yuan emperor
    Han emperor
    Tang emperor
    Sui emperor
    60s
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  • Q12
    Chinese civilization had always been based on agriculture.
    False
    True
    60s
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  • Q13
    In the south farmers grew wheat, barely and other grains.
    Flase
    Right
    60s
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  • Q14
    Some farmers dug underground wells. A new irrigation device called the dragon backbone pump, allowed one person to do the work of several.
    True
    Flase
    60s
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  • Q15
    The population during the Tang dynasty was around 60 million and during the Song was a nearly 100 million.
    True
    False
    60s
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  • Q16
    China’s capital and largest city of the Tang dynasty was ............. , a huge, bustling trade center. With a population of more than a million, it was by far the largest city in the world at the time.
    Chang’an (chahng-AHN),
    Kaifeng (KY-fuhng)
    Beijing
    Shanghai
    60s
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  • Q17
    Cities continued to grow under the Song. Several cities, including the Song capital, ................, had about a million people. A dozen more cities had populations of close to half a million.
    Chang’an (chahng-AHN)
    Kaifeng (KY-fuhng)
    Guangzhou
    Shanghai
    60s
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  • Q18
    Construction on the canal had begun during ................ . During the Tang dynasty, it was improved and expanded. The Grand Canal allowed the Chinese to move goods and crops from distant agricultural areas into cities.
    the Sui dynasty
    the Qin dynasty
    the Han dynasty
    the Song dynasty
    60s
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  • Q19
    One export was especially important—.......... So valuable to the fact that Chinese tried to keep the method of making it secret.
    paper
    magnetic compass
    Silk
    porcelain
    60s
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  • Q20
    During the Song dynasty, the Chinese developed another valuable product — a thin, beautiful type of pottery called .........
    silk
    rice
    porcelain
    60s
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