Mao Zedong And China

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Mao Zedong And China - Quiz

This is a quiz for Asian Studies NING ProjectBy: Lisa K.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Who among the following emerged as the leader and MVP of the Chinese Communist Movement?

    • A.

      Sun Yatsen

    • B.

      Liang Qichao

    • C.

      Mao Zedong

    • D.

      Chiang Kai-Shek

    Correct Answer
    C. Mao Zedong
    Explanation
    Mao Zedong emerged as the leader and MVP of the Chinese Communist Movement. Mao played a crucial role in leading the Communist Party of China and was instrumental in establishing the People's Republic of China in 1949. He implemented various policies and reforms, including the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution, which had a significant impact on Chinese society and politics. Mao's leadership and ideas continue to influence China even after his death, making him a pivotal figure in Chinese history.

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  • 2. 

    Communism is

    • A.

      An economic system in which investment and ownership is controlled by private corporations or individuals

    • B.

      A system of government that all economic activities are controlled by a single political party

    • C.

      Commercialism

    • D.

      A government by the people

    Correct Answer
    B. A system of government that all economic activities are controlled by a single political party
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a system of government that all economic activities are controlled by a single political party. Communism is a political ideology that advocates for the establishment of a classless society where all means of production are owned and controlled by the state. In a communist system, there is no private ownership of property or businesses, and the government centrally plans and controls all economic activities. This is in contrast to capitalism, where investment and ownership are controlled by private corporations or individuals.

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  • 3. 

    What did Mao create in countryside during the Great Leap Forward?

    • A.

      School

    • B.

      Hospital

    • C.

      Factory

    • D.

      People's Commune

    Correct Answer
    C. Factory
    Explanation
    During the Great Leap Forward, Mao created factories in the countryside. This was part of his plan to rapidly industrialize China and increase agricultural production. The factories were intended to bring modern technology and machinery to rural areas, allowing for increased productivity and economic growth. The establishment of factories in the countryside was a key aspect of Mao's vision for transforming China into a socialist society.

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  • 4. 

    Which region was handed back to China in July 1997?

    • A.

      Tibet

    • B.

      Mongolia

    • C.

      Hong Kong

    • D.

      Macau

    Correct Answer
    C. Hong Kong
    Explanation
    In July 1997, Hong Kong was handed back to China. This marked the end of British rule over the region, which had lasted for 156 years. The handover was agreed upon in a Sino-British Joint Declaration signed in 1984. Hong Kong's return to China was seen as a significant event, as it represented the reunification of a territory that had been under foreign control for a long period of time.

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  • 5. 

    Whose death caused Tiananmen Incident in 1976?

    • A.

      Deng Xiaoping

    • B.

      Mao Zedong

    • C.

      Zhou Enlai

    • D.

      Hu Yaobang

    Correct Answer
    C. Zhou Enlai
    Explanation
    Zhou Enlai's death in 1976 is believed to have caused the Tiananmen Incident. Zhou Enlai was a highly respected and influential figure in the Chinese Communist Party, serving as the Premier of the People's Republic of China. His death created a power vacuum and led to a period of political instability and factional struggles within the party. This eventually culminated in the Tiananmen Incident, a series of protests and demonstrations by the Chinese people calling for political reforms and mourning Zhou Enlai's death.

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  • 6. 

    Which place was annexed by China on 1951?

    • A.

      Taiwan

    • B.

      Tibet

    • C.

      Macau

    • D.

      Hong Kong

    Correct Answer
    B. Tibet
    Explanation
    In 1951, China annexed Tibet. Tibet had been an independent nation, but China claimed it as part of its territory. The annexation of Tibet was a controversial move and led to tensions between China and other countries, as well as protests from Tibetans who sought independence.

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  • 7. 

    Which of the following agreements or treaties gave Chinese government to take over Tibet?

    • A.

      Seventeen Point Agreement

    • B.

      China-Tibet Annexation Treaty

    • C.

      Treaty 17

    • D.

      Treaty of South Asia

    Correct Answer
    A. Seventeen Point Agreement
    Explanation
    The Seventeen Point Agreement gave the Chinese government the authority to take over Tibet. This agreement was signed in 1951 between the Chinese government and representatives of the Tibetan government. It outlined the terms of the Chinese occupation of Tibet and granted China control over Tibet's external affairs while allowing Tibet to maintain its internal autonomy. The agreement is considered controversial as some argue that it was signed under duress and did not truly represent the will of the Tibetan people.

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  • 8. 

    The Three Principles of the People summarized the political views of

    • A.

      Jiang Jieshi

    • B.

      Puyi

    • C.

      Sun Yatsen

    • D.

      Mao Zedong

    Correct Answer
    C. Sun Yatsen
    Explanation
    The Three Principles of the People were a set of political views that were summarized by Sun Yatsen. Sun Yatsen was a Chinese revolutionary and politician who played a significant role in the overthrow of the Qing dynasty and the establishment of the Republic of China. He believed in the principles of nationalism, democracy, and people's livelihood, which formed the foundation of his political ideology. Sun Yatsen's ideas and principles had a profound impact on the political landscape of China during his time and continue to be influential today.

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  • 9. 

    What is the name of the group of millions of youth who were supported by Mao Zedong during the Cultural Revolution?

    • A.

      Red Crusaders

    • B.

      Red Soldiers

    • C.

      Red Guards

    • D.

      Red Patriots

    Correct Answer
    C. Red Guards
    Explanation
    During the Cultural Revolution in China, Mao Zedong mobilized millions of young people to form a group known as the Red Guards. These Red Guards were enthusiastic supporters of Mao's ideology and were tasked with promoting and protecting the Communist Party's revolutionary agenda. They played a significant role in carrying out Mao's policies, including purging perceived counter-revolutionaries and promoting class struggle. The Red Guards were known for their fervent loyalty to Mao and their aggressive tactics, which often involved public humiliation, violence, and destruction of cultural artifacts.

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  • 10. 

    Cultural Revolution

    • A.

      Helped people from miserable live

    • B.

      Executed and threatened Buddhists and Christians

    • C.

      Was led by "China's Khruschev (a reformist)," Liu Shaoqi

    • D.

      Started on 1958

    Correct Answer
    B. Executed and threatened Buddhists and Christians
    Explanation
    The Cultural Revolution, which started in 1958, involved the execution and threats towards Buddhists and Christians. This period in China's history was marked by intense political and social upheaval, led by Liu Shaoqi, who was considered a reformist and often referred to as "China's Khruschev." While the Cultural Revolution aimed to bring about social and economic change, it resulted in widespread persecution and suppression of religious groups, particularly Buddhists and Christians.

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