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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the term that describes a doctor that works alongside the peasants?
(b) Doctor of the People.
(c) Simple Healer.
(d) Barefoot Doctor.
2. Without whom does Jung say she would not have survived the Revolution?
(a) Her friends.
(b) Her grandmother.
(c) Her siblings.
(d) Her mother.
3. What happens with the newspapers before the revolution that confirm Mao's concern that he is losing power?
(a) An anonymous article is written against him.
(b) An article Mao wrote is not published immediately.
(c) Some old Kuomintang officers are allowed to work there.
(d) A new column is placed that questions certain leaders.
4. What was the special broadcast about on September 9, 1976?
(a) Communism was challenged.
(b) Mao was dead.
(c) China was going to war.
(d) Japan had attacked Peking.
5. Why was Jung so shocked about what happened to a woman accused of having a picture of pre-Communist leaders?
(a) The complaint was lodged for revenge and was not true.
(b) The woman died and was innocent.
(c) She was beaten beyond what the punishment for her crime should have been.
(d) The woman looked just like her mom.
6. What language is Jung told to study?
7. How does Jung feel about Mao's death?
(a) She is heartbroken.
(b) She is euphoric.
(c) She is confused and conflicted.
(d) She does not believe it is true.
8. 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 pays a hefty fine to the government.
(c) She has her husband declare that he is willing to go into rehabilitation.
(d) She has a doctor declare that Xiao-hong has an incurable disease.
9. Why does the man at the teahouse not leave while it is being torn apart?
(a) His time at the teahouse is his only hour of peace.
(b) He is holding his own sort of protest.
(c) He is hoping to scare the young people with his serenity.
(d) It is his teahouse; he has nowhere else to go.
10. What does De-hong say it would be like if he mails his letter?
(a) It would be as if a moth was throwing itself on the flame.
(b) He would cause ripples in their lives as a pebble will cause ripples in a lake.
(c) As if he were a tiger falling headlong into an inescapable trap.
(d) It would be as though he were a simple stone next to a large castle.
11. Why do people not throw away their newspapers?
(a) They recycle the paper.
(b) They use them to supplement their animal food.
(c) Mao's pictures and words are on almost every page.
(d) They need the fuel for fires.
12. For what is Chang Shou-yu taken to a hospital to be treated?
(a) A venereal disease.
(b) Yellow fever.
13. What does the Tings' fall from grace mean for the people?
(a) A break in Communist power.
(b) The fall of Mao's regime.
(c) Fewer denunciation meetings.
(d) Less food.
14. Why is De-hong imprisoned again?
(a) For her past Kuomintang connections.
(b) She was heard denouncing Mao in public.
(c) For her husband's insubordinance.
(d) She threw away a newspaper.
15. After seeing so much wrong with the Red Guard after their vindictive assaults, what are Jung's feelings about Mao?
(a) She feels that he is not being best served by this group.
(b) She still believes wholeheartedly in him.
(c) She resents him and feels cheated.
(d) She wonders if he knows what is really happening.
Short Answer Questions
1. What frustrates Jung about her university experience?
2. Who helped Jung get back on the train on her trip home from Peking?
3. Why does De-hong not want her husband to mail a letter to Mao voicing his concerns?
4. What does Jin-ming spend much of his time doing?
5. What happens when Xiao-fang is wrongly accused of harming another girl?
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