3 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- They were forced off their lands by the Europeans when they arrived to Australia. Many Aborigines died of European diseases and the Europeans forced the Aborigines to adopt European ways, so they lost their own customs and traditions.
- The British did not protect the Maori land, as they promised when they came to New Zealand. The Europeans defeated the Maori and forced them to adopt European ways also, almost destroying their culture. Over the years, Maori recovered some traditional lands and were allowed to practice their customs.
- Japan rebuilt industry with financial help from the U.S.
3 True/False Questions
When did the aborigines come to Australia and where did they come from? → They cam from Asia about 40,000 years ago.
What industries did Japan specialize in after World War II? → Watches, Cameras, Cars, electronics, skiing gear, bicycles, steel, and ships.
What role did women play in Japanese businesses? → In the past, unmarried Japanese women often worked in rice fields, factories, nurses or teachers. In the 1980's many working women were "office ladies" serving tea, doing light cleaning, holding doors, and answering phones. Today, women or working as part-time workers or working long hours beside men-who get paid more and better benefits.