7 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- Chinese revolutionary, political theorist and Communist leader commonly known as Chairman Mao. He founded and led the People's Republic of China (PRC) from its 1949 to 1976, instituting such disastrous policies as the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution.
- a book with Mao Zedong's polical views.
- a guerilla fighting force organized by Mao Zedong.
- an epic 6,000 mile trek north by Mao's army after a year of siege by the KMT. It fueled a "cult of Mao" among peasants, establishing him as a prophet/savior and a leader of a sacred union of survivors.
- Chinese military leader and ally of Sun Yat-sen, whom he succeeded as leader of the Kuomintang. He helped to overcome the feuding warlords and unify China under the Nationalist Government, but was he was eventually forced to flee to Taiwan by the Communists, where he established himself as President of the Republic of China.
- Chinese revolutionary and political leader, and the foremost pioneer of the Republic of China, which overthrew the Qing Dynasty in October 1911. He co-founded the Kuomintang (KMT) and served as its first leader, and devised the political philosophy of the Three Principles of the People.
6 True/False questions
Tai Chi → The political and economic philosophy of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in which the concept of class struggle plays a central role in understanding society's allegedly inevitable development from bourgeois oppression under capitalism to a socialist and ultimately classless society.
Kung Fu → Any of various Chinese martial arts, especially those forms in which sharp blows and kicks are applied to pressure points on the body of an opponent.
Marxism → A Chinese system of physical exercises designed especially for self-defense and meditation
Han → A member of the principal ethnic group of China, constituting about 93 percent of the population.
Beijing → A member of a people inhabiting the mountainous regions of southern China and adjacent areas of Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand.
Hmong → A member of the principal ethnic group of China, constituting about 93 percent of the population.