What does China mean in Chinese?
A command economy is a system in which the government owns most industries and makes most economic decisions.
The two great deserts found in China are the Gobi and the Taklimakan
Gobi and Ganges
Mekong and Taklimakan( Gobi and the Taklimakan, Gobi and Ganges, Mekong and Taklimakan ).
Very fine, thin pottery (fine china) is called Mikasa.
Examples of communist government policies in China are:
Great Leap Forward
Who was the first leader of the People's Republic of China?
an Indian prince.
the enlightened one.
the founder of one of China's religions.
Who was Confucius?
In China, most people live around the Gobi and Taklimakan Desert.
What is the leading cause of death in China?
injuries related to industrial and factory accidents.
injuries from car accidents.
respiratory and heart disease.
How has China's attitude towards entrepreneurship changed in the past several decades?
Entrepreneurs are allowed to have business but only if they work with businesses overseas.
The government has become more open to the idea of allowing some free enterprise.
The government was only more open to entrepreneurship in the years before 1950's.
Entrepreneurs are only allowed to make weapons and military equipment.
What do Buddhists believe people need to do to be happy and find peace?
live their lives as vegetarians
accept the belief in one God
give up greed and greedy desires
live quietly within the caste system
The People's Republic of China is a Federal democracy.
In what country was Confucianism founded?
A ruling family that passes power from one generation to the next is called a dynasty
monarchy( dynasty, empire, monarchy ).
Why are the Yangtze and Huang He rivers so important to the population and economy?
the water is used to irrigate the Gobi desert
the rivers are the international border between China and India
people can use the rivers to get over the Himalayan mountains
the rivers supply people with water for drinking, irrigation and industry
In the history of China, which of these happened FIRST?
Genghis Khan's Mongol armies conquered China.
The Qin Dynasty began work on the Great Wall of China.
The Manchu controlled China.
Ming emperors closed China to outsiders.
The Qin Dynasty did NOT include which of the following:
the Great Leap Forward
long, earthen walls