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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was depicted in the mural that Salzman received as a gift?
2. What did the Provincial Foreign Affairs Bureau arrange as a celebration for all the foreigners living and working in Hanan on October 1?
(b) Martial arts exhibit.
(c) Bus rides to a tourist attraction.
(d) Slide show of Hanan gardens.
3. What injury did Salzman do to himself while practicing The Drunken Sword?
(a) Stabed himself in the thigh.
(b) Broke his toe.
(c) Bruised his hip.
(d) Knocked himself unconscious.
4. What did Teacher Hei's name mean?
5. What type of martial arts did Master Liang teach Salzman?
(a) Soft boxing.
(b) Kung Fu.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of Salzman's students was too shy to have her picture taken and hid behind a tree?
2. What did Master Liang say about Salzman's eyes?
3. What did Master Lu say when Salzman said he spoke Chinese?
4. What did Salzman drive over so Little Mi would hold onto him when he was driving her back to the hospital?
5. Why did Salzman choose not to travel during his winter break of his second year in China?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Salzman think Master Liang was angry when they first met?
2. What happened when Teacher Wu and the Yale-China Field Staff Director observed Salzman's class?
3. Why did Professor Jin invite Salzman to tea?
4. Why did Salzman draw crowds when he and Teacher Hei went to the bicycle repair stand?
5. Why did Salzman assign co-ed skits to his 1983 English Medical Students class?
6. Describe how Salzman disguised himself when he brought Little Mi back to the hospital after she missed the last bus.
7. What problem did Salzman have when he tried to buy some coffee in Hangzhou?
8. What did Little Mi's relative tell Salzman about her?
9. Describe Little Mi and Salzman's reaction to her.
10. What did Salzman like about Liang?
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