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  1. In which way has the Vietnamese goverment recently followed China's example?

    A.)It has unified the country under communism
    B.) It has often used force to curtail personal freedoms.
    C.) It has moved to implement reforms to modernize its economy.
    D.) It has abandoned it foreign policy of isolation from the rest of the world.
    C.) It has moved to implement reforms to modernize its economy.
  2. Which is an unexpected out come of China's " one child" policy?

    A.) Females outnumber males in Chinese society.
    B.) China has become one of the youngest nations in the world.
    C.) There are not enough females to perform the work needed in factories.
    D.) China has become one of the most rapidly aging countries in the world.
    D.) China has become one of the most rapidly aging countries in the world.
  3. When the Chinese goverment built the Three Gorges Dam, what problem did this project create?

    A.) Farmland and animal habitats were harmed or lost.
    B.) Hydroelectric power increase the demand for coal.
    C.)Hydroelectric power became a major source of air pollution.
    D.) Towns near the dam had grown rapidly and became overcrowed.
    A.) Farmland and animal habitats were harmed or lost.
  4. When is the most serious enviromental problem affecting the quality of life in China and India?
    A.) Acid rain
    B.) Soil Erosion
    C.) Air Pollution
    D.) Deforestation
    C.) Air Pollution
  5. What is the greatest difficulty for farmers in Pakistan and India?
    A.)Most farmers cannot find people to buy their crops.
    B.) Most farmers have to deal with monsoon season and flooding.
    C.) Most farmers cannot find enough people to work on the farm.
    D.) Most farmers have to grow crops only during certain times during the year.
    B.) Most farmers have to deal with monsoon season and flooding.
  6. Why did the capital city of China, Beijing, decrease its pollution rates significantly in 2008?
    A.) to ensure that citizens would not relocate to other areas.
    B.) to allow farmers to begin their new urban growing programs.
    C.) to ensure the safety of visitors and athletes during the Olympics
    D.) to protect historical sites from damage caused by allowing too many cars in the city.
    C.) to ensure the safety of visitors and athletes during the Olympics
  7. In China, what three factors threaten the available farmland?
    A.) Loss of forests, flooding, and urbanization
    B.) desertification, unemployment, and erosion
    C.) poor goverment, foreign-owned business, and factories
    D.) free enterprise, privatlely-owned businesses, and air pollution
    A.) Loss of forests, flooding, and urbanization
  8. Which is responsible for ending the caste system in India?
    A.) Hinduism
    B.) Buddhism
    C.) India's Constitution
    D.) India's Bill of rights
    C.) India's Constitution
  9. India's caste structure is most similar to which other historical social arrangement?
    A.) Italian fascism in the 1930s
    B.) Russian Stalinism in the 1940s
    C.) Caribbean slavery in the 1740s
    D.) South African apartheid in the 1980s
    D.) South African apartheid in the 1980s
  10. Which best explains why caste barriers have broken down in India's large cities but  have continued in rural areas?
    A.) Most of India's population lives in rural areas
    B.) Fewer people live in rural areas than in large cities
    C.) the most educated of India's population live in rural areas
    D.) A younger and more tolerant population lives in the large cities
    D.) A younger and more tolerant population lives in the large cities
  11. Which person is best known for working to meet the basic needs of India's lowest caste?
    A.) Dalai Llama
    B.) Mother Teresa
    C.) Corazon Aquino
    D.) Sathyanarayana Raju
    B.) Mother Teresa
  12. South Vietnamese leader Ngo Dinh Diem strongly oppose whichreligious group?
    A.) Buddhidts
    B.) Christians
    C.) Muslims
    D.) Taoists
    A.) Buddhidts
  13. Which Asian country's goverment is known for its historically close ties to big companies known as zaibatsu and keiretsu?
    A.) China
    B.) Japan
    C.) Singapore
    D.) Thailand
    B.) Japan
  14. India's largest, educated population is most often employed by multinational corporations for which kinds of work?
    A.) automobile and chemical production
    B.) cell phone and beeper manufactoring
    C.) weapons and ammunition production
    D.) customer service and information technology
    D.) customer service and information technology
  15. How has china's economic policy changed as a result of the global financial crisis that began in 2008?
    A.) China has opened trade with India
    C.) China has withdrawn from international trade. The Chinese government has ended its economic reforms
    D.) The Chinese government has shifted its focus to reducing dependence on imported goods
    D.) The Chinese government has shifted its focus to reducing dependence on imported goods
  16. What would best help China offset a drop in revenue from global trade?
    A.)  allowing the importation of more goods into China\
    B.) improving trade relations with Japan and South Korea
    C.)exploring new trade agreements with India and Pakistan
    D.) encouraging the chinese to consume more goods produced domestically
    D.) encouraging the chinese to consume more goods produced domestically
  17. Which country's economy has prospered most from U.S. companies offering jobs that workers can perform over the internet?
    A.) China
    B.) India
    C.) Iraq
    D.) Japan
    B.) India
  18. Which term best characterizes the North Korean goverment
    A.) anarchist
    B.) democratic
    C.) socialist
    D.) totalitarian
    D.) totalitarian
  19. Japan has a constitutional monarchy. In this form of goverment, what is the monarch's responsibility?
    A.) The monarch enforce the laws
    B.) the monarch writes all the laws
    C.) The monarch has only symbolic power
    D.) The monarch interprets the constitution
    C.) The monarch has only symbolic power
  20. What nation is considered the world's largest democracy?
    A. Egypt
    B. China
    C. India
    D. Malaysia
    C. India

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