This Test is worth a total of (30 points)
Part I: Matching (1 point each)
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___1. vessels made with this caused people to go crazy
___2. desert area in China
___3. the rise and fall of dynasties
___4. the two forces of the Universe
___5. popular Chinese philosopher
___6. grandson of Genghis Khan
___7. communist Chinese leader
___8. the second Chinese Dynasty
b. Kublai Khan
c. dynastic cycle
e. Mao Zedong
f. yin yang
Part II: Definitions (Choose any 3 of the following) (3 points each)
a) List the three main items for which the Qin (Chin) Dynasty is most famous and explain why these items were so significant to the Chinese:
b) List each of the early Chinese dynasties in order from Shang through Ming
c) Describe how the Tang & Song dynasties benefited China:
d) Describe how the Ming Emperors tried to restore Chinese culture:
Part III: Tibet (2 points each)
This information can be found at www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/tibet/
11. List one of the methods that the Chinese gov't is using to gain control of the Tibetan peoples, lands, & culture:
12. Who do Tibetan Buddhists believe the Dalai Lama to be?
13. What is the significance of the Panchen Lama to the people of Tibet and to the Chinese Gov't?
14. Name one famous Hollywood actor who is involved in the movement for Tibetan Rights:
Part IV: True / False (1 point each)
____16. China is no longer a communist country today.
____17. Opium was a famous female general of China.
____18. The Opium War was fought between the countries of China and England.
____19. Hong Kong is now under British control.
____20. The Cultural Revolution was started by Chairman Mao Zedong.
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