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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 banned during the early Ming Dynasty?
2. What did Sumatra provide to China?
(a) Nitric acid.
3. Who does "Chapter 11, The Sultan's Bride" say grew stronger as China grew weaker?
(a) The Mongols.
(b) The British.
(c) The Tartars.
(d) The Japanese.
4. What modern country were the Banjuni from?
(a) South Africa.
5. When did tens of thousands of Chinese begin to settle in the Philippines?
(a) When the Ming Dynasty began to fade.
(b) When the British invaded.
(c) When the Tang Dynasty took power.
(d) When the Japanese made peace with China.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Zhu Di satisfied with, according to "Chapter 8, The Auspicious Appearance of the Celestial Animals"?
2. How old was Zhu Di when he died?
3. What dynasty was Zhu Di part of ?
4. What were Japan's envoys in charge of doing, according to "Chapter 7, Emissaries of the Dragon Throne"?
5. What was forbidden to be traded during the travels of the treasure fleet?
Short Essay Questions
1. What knowledge does early Chinese history point to?
2. Why did Zhu Di become unreasonable, in "Chapter 9, Fires in the Forbidden City"?
3. What was the largest expedition of the fleet ordered in 1412, according to "Chapter 8, The Auspicious Appearance of the Celestial Animals"?
4. What last attempt was made by Wang Zhi in 1477?
5. How did Zhu Di take on a more conservative approach to his rule?
6. What did aboriginal songs record, according to the "Epilogue, A People Called Baijini"?
7. Who succeeded Zhu Zhanji, and what did the eunuchs have as a result?
8. What did the first Ming Emperor, Zhu Yuanzhang make sure happened when the treasure fleet traveled?
9. Who did Zhu Di establish as translator and chronicler of the voyage?
10. Who was named the new emperor, and how was he viewed, in "Chapter 10, The Last Voyage"?
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