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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 did the treasure fleet return from its 7th voyage?
2. When did Timur invade China?
3. Why did the northern and eastern Mongols accept to make peace with Zhu Di?
(a) They saw the profit in it.
(b) They needed supplies to survive.
(c) They feared his army.
(d) They could not pass the great wall.
4. Who did Zheng He appoint as translator during the fourth expedition?
(a) Ha Tang.
(b) Jung Zi.
(c) Ma Huan.
(d) He Zang.
5. What was Zhu Di satisfied with, according to "Chapter 8, The Auspicious Appearance of the Celestial Animals"?
(a) The number of ships he had.
(b) The plans for the Forbidden City.
(c) The four corners of the sea were quiet.
(d) The new canons China developed.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did the fifth treasure fleet return to China?
2. How did the leader of the Timur die?
3. Where did the 7th voyage of the treasure fleet start from?
4. What happened to Madame Wang after the dedication of the Forbidden City, according to "Chapter 9, Fires in the Forbidden City"?
5. Who did Zhu Di blame when he fell off of a horse?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who succeeded Zhu Zhanji, and what did the eunuchs have as a result?
2. What happened to Zhu Di and sixteen concubines during the summer of 1424?
3. What did an anthropologist in 1935 note about physical features of the Banjuni?
4. How did Zhu Di take on a more conservative approach to his rule?
5. Why was Zhu Di eager to open up trade negotiations with Japanese representatives, in "Chapter 7, Emissaries of the Dragon Throne"?
6. Who was Hang Libo, and why was she brought to Malacca, in "Chapter 11, The Sultan's Bride"?
7. What did Zhu Di go to great lengths to stabilize?
8. What happened to inhabitants of towns in China?
9. Why was Hu, master of the water clock, imprisoned in 1421?
10. What last attempt was made by Wang Zhi in 1477?
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