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Challenge yourself to this quiz! Test your knowledge on the living conditions of children in Hong Kong and ChiangMai. Please note that this quiz is based on the information found on our website: http://thaiglobalperspectiv. Wix. Com/challengeaccepted So you might want to have a look at that before starting it!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What does COSA stand for? (refer to the website)
    • A. 

      ChiangMai Office of Services and Administration

    • B. 

      Committee on Sustainability Assessment

    • C. 

      Children's Organization of South-east Asia

    • D. 

      Central Oriental Sailing Association

  • 2. 
    Most children in ChiangMai are able to receive financial support from their parents at the moment.
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 3. 
    According to a study done by Oxfam, what is the percentage of families in Hong Kong living in poverty?
    • A. 

      30%

    • B. 

      10%

    • C. 

      40%

    • D. 

      20%

  • 4. 
    What Is the percentage of Primary School attendance for children in Hong Kong? 
    • A. 

      80%

    • B. 

      97%

    • C. 

      100%

    • D. 

      90%

  • 5. 
    According to a study shown in the SCMP, what is the average amount of money taken to raise a child in Hong Kong?
    • A. 

      6 million HKD

    • B. 

      4 million HKD

    • C. 

      5 million HKD

    • D. 

      3 million HKD

  • 6. 
     Which of these statements can be concluded from our research? (refer to website)
    • A. 

      Most children in ChiangMai receive basic education regardless of family income

    • B. 

      Most children in ChiangMai have to do manual work to earn income for their families

    • C. 

      Children living in the hill tribes of ChiangMai face a high risk of exploitation

    • D. 

      There is a significant difference in the roles of children between lower-income and higher-income families

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