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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What causes Jung to reflect on Mao's unfair treatment of the people while on vacation with her sister?
(a) She sees him beat a poor farmer.
(b) She watches an uncle die of starvation.
(c) A picture of oneof his vacation homes.
(d) She reads an article in Newsweek.

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

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

4. What does her hatred of capitalism keep Jung from doing while in Peking?
(a) Purchasing anything--even food.
(b) Selling her belongings for food.
(c) Promoting her father's business.
(d) Taking a job with wages.

5. Why were Jung and her classmates taken to a port city during one of their university classes?
(a) To see and study the ocean.
(b) To practice their English with sailors.
(c) To help in a crab meat factory.
(d) To learn of the tide movements.

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

7. What does Jin-ming send his sister from the black market?
(a) Paper and ink.
(b) Opium.
(c) Books.
(d) Weapons.

8. How old is Xiao-fang when he finally receives his first schooling?
(a) 6
(b) 16
(c) 12
(d) 10

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

10. What does Chang Shou-yu want to do as soon as his name is cleared of the un-Communistic claims against him?
(a) Work with the black market.
(b) Commit suicide.
(c) Move his family out of China.
(d) Join a Capitalist movement.

11. What did Jung think her father needed most as he neared another mental breakdown after one of his heart attacks?
(a) His wife.
(b) Rest.
(c) Love.
(d) Opium.

12. How is Jung able to communicate with her mother while Jung is in the West?
(a) Frequent visits.
(b) Telegrams.
(c) E-mails.
(d) Telephone calls.

13. What causes the Red Guard to hesitate in continuing their violent tactics?
(a) One of them was accidentally killed.
(b) One of the members commited suicide.
(c) Some of their parents were ashamed.
(d) Mao made a law with which they disagreed.

14. Who allowed Mao's wife to gain so much power?
(a) Mao.
(b) Her father.
(c) The Tings.
(d) Her brother.

15. Why did Jung go to Peking?
(a) For Red Guard training.
(b) To retrieve her mother.
(c) For a vacation.
(d) To see Mao.

Short Answer Questions

1. 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?

2. Who helped Jung get back on the train on her trip home from Peking?

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

4. What does De-hong say it would be like if he mails his letter?

5. Why is De-hong so afraid of having a poor speech given about her husband at his funeral?

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