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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. When does the Chinese government's strict population-control policy go into effect?
2. What is it called when the parents' dossiers are matched with a Chinese child?
(a) A contract.
(b) A referral.
(c) An intervention.
(d) An application.
3. How many Chinese girls are flown into the United States every month?
4. What is the translation of the name given to many girls born into families without sons?
(a) "Bring a little brother."
(b) "Treasured one."
(c) "Not a boy."
(d) "Extra mouth."
5. What does Karin bury in her yard?
(a) A carved male figure intended to bring luck in birthing a son.
(b) A baby bootie.
(c) A laminated Catholic prayer card.
(d) A soapstone Buddha.
Short Answer Questions
1. During what dynasty is China's family system based on male lineage first laid out?
2. Which of these is NOT an interpretation of Kelly's given Chinese name?
3. What major event occurs three days before Mark and Karin leave for China?
4. What is China's overall ratio of boys to girls in 1998?
5. Where is the author's daughter born?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do the backgrounds of many Chinese adoptees remain so unclear?
2. What is SOS Kinderdorf International?
3. What is the story that Karin has imagined about Kelly's birth mother?
4. What are some of the recommendations on packing for China that Karin and Mark choose not to use?
5. Why do Karin and Mark want to adopt a child?
6. What are some of the things that Karin and Mark are told about Kelly?
7. What is Karin's conclusion about her baby's mother?
8. Describe three ways in which Evans pictures Chinese adoptees growing up in the United States.
9. Why are the baiji in danger?
10. Describe the experience Mark and Karin had at the local dog pound.
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