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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what major newspaper is Julia Ming Gale's story told in 1996?
(a) "The Boston Globe."
(b) "USA Today."
(c) "The Washington Post."
(d) "The New York Times."
2. What is the title of the Corky Merwin film that shows a positive side of Chinese orphanages?
(a) "Good Fortune."
(b) "Sleep Tight."
(c) "China's Lost Daughters."
(d) "China's Orphanages."
3. What is Jeffrey's favorite lullaby called?
(a) "Around the Mulberry Tree."
(b) "100 Grains of Rice."
(c) "The Crane Song."
(d) "The Little Swallow."
4. On what surface is Kelly afraid, at first, to move?
(b) Shag carpet.
5. What is the title of Human Rights Watch/Asia's 1996 documentary?
(a) "The Dying Rooms."
(b) "Death by Numbers."
(c) "The State of Chinese Orphanages."
(d) "Death by Default."
6. What is the name of the first international adoption agency in the United States?
(a) Welcome House.
(b) Adoption International.
(c) One World.
(d) Joined Hands.
7. What is the name of the organization that sponsors the tiger-costume event and has chapters in all major U.S. cities?
(a) Helping Hands.
(b) Adopted from China.
(c) Families with Children from China.
(d) Chinese Daughters.
8. Which of these is NOT part of the new playground built at the orphanage where Kelly lived?
(b) A slide.
(c) A Mickey Mouse ride.
(d) A sandbox.
9. What is the literal translation of "shaying tang"?
(a) "Hospital for children."
(b) "Home for Little Ones."
(c) "State-run orphanage."
(d) "Hospice for killing infants."
10. Which of these is a song Karin and Mark sing to Kelly in the hotel room?
(a) "Home on the Range."
(b) "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."
(c) "Bye Bye Blackbird."
(d) "Itsy-Bitsy Spider."
11. What famous writer travels to Beijing to speak only to have the speech canceled at the last minute?
(a) Amy Tan.
(b) Danielle Steel.
(c) Ha Jin.
(d) John Grisham.
12. What is it that Chinese people traditionally eat at this October festival?
(a) Rice pudding.
13. From what country are 2500 children adopted in China after World War II?
14. To what Broadway show's music does Kelly fall asleep in White Cloud Park?
(b) "West Side Story."
15. Who writes that "A child's chromosomes are an irretrievably scrambled mishmash of its grandparents' chromosomes and so on..."?
(a) Kahlil Gibran.
(b) Richard Dawkins.
(c) Alex Haley.
(d) Jill Ker Conway.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the former entry port for immigrants coming to California between 1910-1940?
2. What famous novelist founds the first international adoption agency in the United States?
3. In what percentage of families who abandon babies is the decision made by the father?
4. What organization does adoptive mother Jenny Bowen found?
5. What event are the Evanses attending where all the children are dressed as tigers?
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