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Unformatted text preview: L12 Quiz Due Nov 12 at 11:59pm Points 10 Questions 10 Time Limit 30 Minutes Attempt History LATEST Attempt Time Score Attempt 1 26 minutes 8 out of 10 Score for this quiz: 8 out of 10 Submitted Nov 12 at 11:32pm This attempt took 26 minutes. Question 1 0 / 1 pts Which of the following statements about the Qing dynasty is NOT correct? Members of the Manchu clan, residents of northeastern China, established the Qing dynasty You Answered The Manchus were invited by the Ming dynasty rulers to Beijing to suppress regional rebellions The Manchu Qings largely assimilated with the Chinese, although retaining some distinctive cultural practices including forbidding intermarriage with the Han Chinese Correct Answer The entire Qing era, especially the first couple of centuries were marked by severe misrule and anarchy The Qing dynasty introduced a China-wide postal system connected by roads and waterways Question 2 1 / 1 pts In which of the following Chinese ports could the Westerners freely trade before the Anglo-Chinese War (The Opium Wars) of 1839-1842? Shanghai Nanjing Correct! Guangzhou Hong Kong Fuzhou Question 3 1 / 1 pts The Dream of the Red Chamber is Correct! A famous Chinese novel depicting the decline of a great Chinese family written during the Qing era An obscure Buddhist religious text discovered in China during the 1800s The diary of an unknown English traveler depicting Chinese society during the Qing rule Genealogical chart of the Qing emperors A collection of Daoist poems from the Qing era Question 4 1 / 1 pts Who was Cixi? (Select all correct options.) Cixi was one of the most loved and respected of all the Qing rulers. Correct! Correct! Cixi retained all real power for herself when her son died at the age of 19. Cixi ruled in place of her 4 year old nephew who was nominally recognized as the emperor. Correct! Cixi was originally an imperial concubine. Question 5 0 / 1 pts Which of the following statements about Matteo Ricci's life is NOT correct? You Answered Matteo Ricci became a well-respected scholar of Confucianism in Ming China In order to make Christianity acceptable to the Chinese elite, Ricci emphasized the role of ethics and downplayed discussion of theology Correct Answer Matteo Ricci was the first Protestant missionary in China Ricci's accounts of China and India were important sources of knowledge about Asia among Europeans during the European Enlightenment Ricci had spent some time in Goa before arriving in China Question 6 1 / 1 pts Which of the following statements about the Taiping rebellion is NOT correct? The Taiping rebellion took place in 1850 The leader of the Taiping, Hong Xiuquan, was a frustrated scholar who had failed the imperial exam several times Hong claimed to have religious visions in which he saw himself as the younger brother of Jesus Christ The Taiping rebellion was finally suppressed with enormous loss of lives in 1864 Correct! The Qin dynasty fell in 1853 when the Taiping rebels took over Nanjing Question 7 1 / 1 pts What was the result of the Treaty of Tianjin? (Select all correct options.) Correct! Correct! Treaty of Tianjin ended the second Opium War Treaty of Tianjin legalized the import of Opium into China Correct! Treaty of Tianjin allowed free movement of Western missionaries inside China Correct! The infamous policy of “gunboat diplomacy” became common in the wake of the Treaty of Tianjin Question 8 1 / 1 pts Which European sailor and explorer had claimed Philippines for Spain in 1521? Christopher Columbus Vasco da Gama Correct! Ferdinand Magellan Sebastian del Cano Prince Henry the Navigator Question 9 When did the Qing dynasty fall? Correct! 1911 1920 1944 1960 1 / 1 pts 1890 1 / 1 pts Question 10 Which of the following ports was the largest and arguably the most westernized of the treaty ports established after the Opium Wars? Beijing Nanjing Correct! Shanghai Tianjin Guangzhou Quiz Score: 8 out of 10 ...
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