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China - True or False

Can you guess these True or False questions about the Red Dragon country?
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Last updated: March 29, 2022
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1. Beijing was only declared the capital of China because it was more important geographically.
True
False
2. During the Chinese New Year, kids often receive red envelopes while walking on the street that contain around 31.85 Yuan (That's $5 USD)
True
False
3. There are about 35 million people who live in caves in China
True
False
Out of the 1.4 billion people who live in China, about 35 million live in a cave.
4. There are over 50,000 characters in the Chinese Alphabet.
True
False
Altogether there are over 50,000 characters, though a comprehensive modern dictionary will rarely list over 20,000 in use. An educated Chinese person will know about 8,000 characters, but you will only need about 2-3,000 to be able to read a newspaper.
5. Everyone in China has to follow the 'One-Child Policy' rule.
True
False
Moms and Dads with no siblings can have more than one child, and if your first child was a girl, you can have another child.
6. In China, They Have 100% Control Over The Internet There
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False
The government doesn't have complete control over the internet in China. That's because people are very creative, and many of the citizens there have discovered that there are ways with which they can get past China's internet restrictions.
7. China Is The Oldest Civilization In The World
True
False
There's a fairly common myth that China is the oldest civilization in the entire world. But that's not the case.
8. Chinese is the only surviving pictographic writing system.
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False
There are many forms of Chinese, one being pictographic.
9. China has 18 cities with a population of over 10 million.
True
False
The most populous one is Shanghai.
10. The Great Wall Successfully Kept Out Invaders
True
False
According to Travel China Guide, the Great Wall of China was built as a military defensive line to resist invasions from nomadic tribes. But many of the country's enemies managed passage across the barrier like the Manchurian invasion that brought down the Ming dynasty.
11. The Great Wall Was Built In A Year
True
False
The Great Wall was not built in a year, in fact, it took more than 2,500 years to finish construction and was the combined efforts of many states and dynasties in history.
12. The Wall Is One Long Continuous Line
True
False
The Great Wall of China isn't one long continuous wall but a 20,000 kilometer collection of walls which begins in the east at Shanhaiguan in Hebei province and ends at Jiayuguan in Gansu province in the west. And, is isn't just walls; there are fortresses and watchtowers, too.
13. Ping Pong is China's National Sport.
True
False
14. There is only one time zone in China.
True
False
15. Fortune Cookies originated in China and are a Chinese custom.
True
False
Actually, they are a Japanese custom and originated in Japan.
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