Chinese History 101 Quiz #8

Test your knowledge of Chinese history between 1911 - 1936 AD. All answers can be found in my Chinese History 101 blog.
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Last updated: December 26, 2021
First submittedJuly 17, 2021
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1. Which is NOT one of the Sun Yat-sen's "Three Principles of the People"?
Livelihood
Nationalism
Liberty
Democracy
2. What did Yuan Shikai become in December 1915?
Prime Minister of China
President of the Nationalist Party (KMT)
Warlord of the Fengtian Clique
Emperor of China
3. In 1917, loyalist general Zhang Xun restored the Qing dynasty and Puyi as emperor. How long did it last?
3 years and 8 months
12 days
Until the end of World War 2
83 days
4. What did the students protest against during the May 4th Movement in 1919?
The weak government response to the Treaty of Versailles which allowed Japan to take over Qingdao from the German
Japan taking over Manchuria after the Mukden Incident
Communism in China
All unequal treaties signed between China and the foreign powers
5. Where was the First Chinese Communist Party Congress held in 1921?
Beijing
Guangzhou
Shanghai
Nanjing
6. Why was Beijing (Peking) renamed to Beiping (Peiping) in 1928?
The Nationalist government issued a decree to standardise all Chinese city names in English
It was no longer the capital after the Beiyang government was defeated in the Northern Expedition
It was renamed after the invasion of the 8-Nation Alliance
The Japanese set up a puppet state and renamed the city
7. Which country helped China the most in developing its economy and military during the Nanjing Decade (1927-37)?
Soviet Union
Japan
Great Britain
Germany
8. Who was the figurehead in the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo?
Wang Jingwei, the former KMT left-wing politician
Chiang Kai-shek, the former KMT right-wing leader
Puyi, the last emperor of the Qing dynasty
Zhang Xueliang, the former Fengtian warlord
9. What happened on 28th January, 1932 (the so-called "128 Incident")?
Japan staged a bomb attack at the South Manchurian Railway near Shenyang
Japan bombed the Taiku Fort at Tianjin
Japan invaded Beiping at the Marco Polo Bridge
Japan attacked the Shanghai International Settlement
10. Where did the Communist Red Army flee to in the Long March (1934-35)?
Jiangxi province
Shaanxi province
Guangdong province
Liaoning province
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