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Chapter_27_Asia - Chapter 27 Tradition and Change in East...

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Chapter 27 Tradition and Change in East Asia MULTIPLE CHOICE 4. In 1368 the Ming dynasty replaced the __________ dynasty. a. Song b. Qing c. Yuan d. Tang e. Qin 5. The Ming dynasty was founded by a. Qinglong. b. Shihuangdi. c. Yongle. d. Hongwu. e. Kangxi. 6. In founding his new dynasty Hongwu chose the name Ming , which meant a. “all-powerful.” b. “mandate of heaven.” c. “center of the universe.” d. “son of heaven.” e. “brilliant.” 8. In an effort to stabilize China internally, the Ming emperors a. accepted the Yuan traditions that had been in place for a century b. stressed Chinese traditions from the Tang and Song period. c. followed the more successful Indian centralization model. d. adopted the methods used by the powerful early modern European states. e. copied the centralizing techniques that had proved so successful in Japan. 12. Which of the following was not an action of the Manchus after conquering China? a. They encouraged intermarriage between Chinese and Manchus. b. They forbade Chinese from learning the Manchurian language. c. They forced Chinese men to grow a queue as a sign of submission. d. They did not allow the Chinese to travel to Manchuria. e. They carefully guarded their own cultural identity.
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