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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Jung's sister do that Jung thinks is disloyal to her parents?
(a) She has a boyfriend.
(b) She joins a street gang.
(c) She joins a dance troupe.
(d) She sells books on the black market.

2. From what does Chang Shou-yu suffer when he gets home from Peking after his incarceration?
(a) Schizophrenia
(b) Tuberculosis
(c) Pneumonia
(d) Yellow fever

3. Why is De-hong trying to go to Peking after her husband is arrested?
(a) To see her daughter.
(b) To see Mao.
(c) To free her husband.
(d) To lead a revolt against Mao.

4. What is the name that Mao gave his group of young followers?
(a) The Communist Children.
(b) The Red Guards.
(c) Followers of Mao.
(d) Children of the Tiger.

5. What is Jung studying and anxious to practice on willing men while at the work farm?
(a) Aromatherapy.
(b) Herbal remedies.
(c) Acupuncture.
(d) Massage.

6. What are people labeled when their loyalty to the Communist cause is questioned?
(a) Yellow or Red.
(b) White or Gray.
(c) Blue or Brown.
(d) Gray or Black.

7. What does Mao call for to help him feel secure in his power after the famine?
(a) Harsher punishments on traitors.
(b) More food for the people.
(c) Another list of dissidents.
(d) Stringent laws against novels and plays.

8. What does the Tings' fall from grace mean for the people?
(a) A break in Communist power.
(b) Fewer denunciation meetings.
(c) Less food.
(d) The fall of Mao's regime.

9. What is so peculiar about the men who arrested Chang Shou-yu?
(a) They did not look Chinese.
(b) They had no identification or warrants.
(c) They had been seen protesting Mao.
(d) They were far too young to be police officers.

10. What do the Chinese military leaders do in an effort to stop all the violence of the Red Guard and the other Maoist factions?
(a) Hold public prayer meetings.
(b) Write peaceful articles in the newspaper.
(c) Drop pamphlets from ths sky.
(d) Punish severely those who are caught doing violent acts.

11. What does De-hong do to get Xiao-hong permission to come to Chengdu with her husband?
(a) She takes on a lowly job in a factory to prove her loyalty to the party.
(b) She has her husband declare that he is willing to go into rehabilitation.
(c) She pays a hefty fine to the government.
(d) She has a doctor declare that Xiao-hong has an incurable disease.

12. Why is Jung sent away from her country camp?
(a) She falls ill and needs medicine.
(b) She is sent to prison for complaining.
(c) She is injured by a farming tool.
(d) Yu-Fang falls ill and needs tending.

13. What causes American literature to suddenly be allowed?
(a) President Nixon visits China.
(b) It is spread suddenly by the black market, and Mao knows he cannot stop it.
(c) Ignorance is seen as a form of unpatriotism.
(d) Mao and the U.S. president make an alliance.

14. How is Jung able to come back to Chengdu when she thought she would be stuck at the work farm?
(a) De-hong has a factory friend request that she work there.
(b) She is cleared of all wrongdoing.
(c) Her rebel father dies.
(d) She pays a hefty fine.

15. What allows Jung the power to challenge Mao in her mind for the first time?
(a) A statement from her favorite teacher.
(b) A poor speech by Mao.
(c) An article in Newsweek.
(d) A revelatory dream.

Short Answer Questions

1. For what is Chang Shou-yu taken to a hospital to be treated?

2. Why were Jung and her classmates taken to a port city during one of their university classes?

3. Who is sent to bring De-hong home from Peking?

4. What does Jung briefly consider when she realizes her time in Peking was wasted?

5. Without whom does Jung say she would not have survived the Revolution?

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