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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the special broadcast about on September 9, 1976?
(a) Communism was challenged.
(b) China was going to war.
(c) Japan had attacked Peking.
(d) Mao was dead.
2. Why do the Chinese people not obey all the regulations put upon them by the Communist party?
(a) They do not know all of them at any given time.
(b) They are refusing to follow laws with which they do not agree.
(c) They do not understand the true consequences of disobedience.
(d) They have been lied to.
3. What does Chang Shou-yu want to do as soon as his name is cleared of the un-Communistic claims against him?
(a) Commit suicide.
(b) Work with the black market.
(c) Join a Capitalist movement.
(d) Move his family out of China.
4. Why does Jung have to rush to get back on a train during her trip to Peking?
(a) She has to buy some food because she is starving.
(b) She had to use the restroom, but there are people riding the train on the toilets.
(c) She feels so trapped that she needs some fresh air before the train leaves again.
(d) She thinks she sees Mao, but it turns out to be someone else.
5. What is Jung studying and anxious to practice on willing men while at the work farm?
(a) Herbal remedies.
6. What is Chang Shou-yu's punishment for being denounced as a capitalist?
(a) He is put in prison for thirty days.
(b) He must pay hefty fines to the party.
(c) He must attend denunciation meetings.
(d) He is demoted and stripped of all his titles.
7. Why is De-hong so afraid of having a poor speech given about her husband at his funeral?
(a) She feels she will be punished in the afterlife.
(b) She wants him to be honored.
(c) It will forever reflect badly on her children.
(d) She is afraid she would have a breakdown.
8. What causes American literature to suddenly be allowed?
(a) Mao and the U.S. president make an alliance.
(b) Ignorance is seen as a form of unpatriotism.
(c) President Nixon visits China.
(d) It is spread suddenly by the black market, and Mao knows he cannot stop it.
9. What does Jung promise to deny herself to help assuage the guilt she feels about Yu-Fang's pain?
(b) Sleep for a week.
(c) The companionship of young men.
(d) Reading books.
10. Why did Jung go to Peking?
(a) For a vacation.
(b) To retrieve her mother.
(c) For Red Guard training.
(d) To see Mao.
11. What does Jin-ming send his sister from the black market?
(d) Paper and ink.
12. What does Yu-Fang do to prove that she is now accepting of her son-in-law after they are persecuted for un-Communistic behavior?
(a) Embraces him publicly.
(b) Tends to his wounds.
(c) Writes him a letter expressing her thanks.
(d) Defends him at a denunciation meeting.
13. What does Jung want to spend every spare moment doing while she is at the work farm?
14. Why were Jung and her classmates taken to a port city during one of their university classes?
(a) To practice their English with sailors.
(b) To learn of the tide movements.
(c) To see and study the ocean.
(d) To help in a crab meat factory.
15. Who helped Jung get back on the train on her trip home from Peking?
(a) Another Red Guard student.
(d) A pickpocket.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of these was something that Mao's young group did NOT do in his name?
2. What does Jung briefly consider when she realizes her time in Peking was wasted?
3. What do the Chinese military leaders do in an effort to stop all the violence of the Red Guard and the other Maoist factions?
4. What is Yu-Fang forced to wear as she is brought down the streets by the rebels?
5. Without whom does Jung say she would not have survived the Revolution?
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