c. Experienced rapid growth and expansion of their Japanese Empire d. Established friendly trade relations with nearby Asian countries e. Went back to being a stagnant nation with no real economic or cultural growth During the Meiji Restoration, which of the following did Japanese peeps NOT do? Select one: a. Sent people to Europe, America and the Middle East to learn as much as possible b. Brought back industrial equipment and modern innovations to rip them apart and learn how each piece worked c. Took foreign inventions and made them better d. Modernized their military e. Began exporting high end industrial and technological goods f. This is a trick question: the Japanese did all those things in that era.
11/1/2019 Quiz 6 4/10 Question 9 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Question 10 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Question 11 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Question 12 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 What does the statement “Japan is a value adding society” imply? Select one: a. Japan contributes much to world trade as it is a leading technological innovator. b. Most of the Japanese workforce participates in quaternary sector jobs centered on creation. c. Rather than an emphasis on invention, they focus on innovation d. Japan contributes much to world trade as is is a leading service innovator. e. Options A and B f. Options A and D Japan is rich in natural resources. Select one: True False Which of these is NOT one of the four main islands of Japan? Select one: a. Honshu b. Senkaku c. Kyushu d. Shikoku e. Hokkaido Commodore Perry forcibly opened Japan to international trade. Select one: True False
11/1/2019 Quiz 6 5/10 Question 13 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Question 14 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Question 15 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Recently in 2011, Japan was hit by what kind(s) of disaster? Select one: a. Earthquake b. Economic c. Nuclear d. Tsunami e. Given the circumstances, I would say all the above are applicable In 1853, who showed up in Tokyo Harbor? Select one: a. Commodore Jason Schweimer b. Commodore Matthew Perry c. Chairman Mao Zedong d. General Douglas MacArthur e. Vice Admiral Zinovy Rozhestvensky In our lifetime, Japan will rebound to it’s position as the most important Asian political power.
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