De-Colonisation in Asia (China)

There is no content available!

To Access the full content, Please Purchase

  • Q1

    In China, Mao Tse Tung’s concern was with creating a

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    ‘Socialist man’

    Explanation:

    Mao Tse Tung’s concern was with creating a ‘socialist man’ who would have five loves: fatherland, people, labour, science and public property. In order to achieve this goal, Mao created many mass organizations.

    View Answer
  • Q2

    From 1978, the Chinese government adopted policies designed to

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    increase industrial productivity.

    Explanation:

    The Cultural Revolution was followed by a process of political manoeuvring. Deng Xiaoping kept party control strong while introducing a socialist market economy. His Four Modernizations program was aimed at increasing production in key areas, such as agriculture, industry, science and technology, and defense.

    View Answer
  • Q3

    The Chinese Communist Party emerged victorious after the Civil War in

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    1949.

    Explanation:

    The Chinese Communist Party was founded in 1921, due to the inspiration of the Russian Revolution of 1917. It tried to end age-old inequalities and drive out the foreigners. It is one of the world's largest political parties, having nearly 90 million members.

    View Answer
  • Q4

    The first Opium War was fought during the period

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    1839-42.

    Explanation:

    The first Opium war was fought between China and Britain. The main reason for the war was Britain’s ambition, by using force, to expand its lucrative trade in opium. The war undermined the ruling Qing dynasty and strengthened demands for reform and change.

    View Answer
  • Q5

    The Republic of China was established, in 1911, under

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    Sun Yat-sen

    Explanation:

    The Manchu Empire was overthrown and a republic established in 1911 under Sun Yat-sen, ending thousands of years of imperial rule in China. He is regarded as the founder of modern China. Sun Yat-sen soon resigned from the office in favor of Yuan Shikai, who formally assumed the office of "President"

    View Answer