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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Gichin urged karate students to train with the eyes of what?
2. What did popular wrestlers use that could kill a man instantly?
(c) Karate chop.
(d) Tug of war.
3. On the way to the last train to Tokyo after a party, who did Gichin encounter?
(a) A woman in red.
(b) A man in black.
(c) A ghost in white.
(d) A child in blue.
4. In 1921, who held a demonstration of ancient Japanese martial arts?
(a) Ministry of Health.
(b) Ministry of Education.
(c) Ministry of Trade.
(d) Ministry of International Affairs.
5. What did Gichin like to do in the afternoon that he did as a child?
6. Karate was known in what Islands?
7. How many bowls of soup did Gichin have a day?
8. Gichin was asked to introduce karate to what Japanese capital?
9. What Judo master asked Gichin to teach him some basic kata?
(a) Meisei Juku.
(b) Jigoro Kano.
(c) Master Azato.
(d) Shinkin Gima.
10. How old was Gichin when he performed for the crown prince?
(a) Over 50.
(b) Under 30.
(c) Under 40.
(d) Over 70.
11. What is the Japanese word for knapsack?
12. Where did an earthquake strike on September 1, 1923?
13. What might contribute to the appearance and health of girls and young women?
(a) Karate training.
(b) Jijutsu training.
(c) Bosu training.
(d) Tug of war training.
14. What religion did Gichin's wife follow?
(a) A Singer.
(b) A Priestess.
(c) A Buddhist.
(d) A Writer.
15. What did Gichin compare a man's body to?
(a) A stack of boards.
(b) A pulsing wave.
(c) A temple.
(d) A strong gale.
Short Answer Questions
1. From where did Gichin get students?
2. What offered a karate group of faculty and students that Gichin visited regularly to give instruction?
3. Despite fears of war, where did Japan remain peaceful?
4. What was Gichin's wife sick from?
5. Gichin claimed the mastery of Karate-do required being what?
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