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Slide 2 Slide 3 THIS IS Slide 4 With Hosts... Your Slide 5 100 200 300 400 500 Philosophie s NO: Do not Use Vocab NO: Do Not Use Maos China Grab Bag World Cultures Review Slide 6 This policy allowed for the rulers to stay in power by providing for a stable government and in return the people were loyal. A 100 Slide 7 Mandate of Heaven A 100 Slide 8 This philosophy was re-introduced during the Han dynasty and stressed the 5 relationships. A 200 Slide 9 Confucianism A 200 Slide 10 This philosophy stressed the idea that all people were evil and needed a strict ruler with harsh punishments. A 300 Slide 11 Legalism A 300 Slide 12 Literally translates to the way this philosophy stresses a oneness with nature A 400 Slide 13 Daoism A 400 Slide 14 This was the founder of Legalism. A 500 Slide 15 Han Feizi A 500 Slide 16 Civil Service Exam, Silk Road B 100 Slide 17 Han B 100 Slide 18 B 200 Built the Forbidden City, Zheng Hes expeditions Slide 19 Ming B 200 Slide 20 B 300 Shi Huangdi- 1 st emperor, burned Confucianist books Slide 21 Qin B 300 Slide 22 Last emperor was Pu Yi, ended in 1911, took over the Ming B 400 Slide 23 Qing Slide 24 Liu Bang, Medical Advances, Seismograph B 500 Slide 25 Han B 500 Slide 26 Rulers from the same family line C 100 Slide 27 Dynasty C 100 Slide 28 Farmable land C 200 Slide 29 Arable C 200 Slide 30 C 300 These entertainers were trained in the ancient art of dance, poetry, music, tea ceremonies and flower arranging. The first of these were men. Slide 31 Geishas C 300 Slide 32 DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager Slide 33 Define Bushido and Seppuku C 400 Slide 34 Bushido- the way of the warrior, a code samurais followed Seppuku- the ritual suicide that was practiced by a samurai if they failed to carry out Bushido C 400 Slide 35 This practice allowed for those Westerners who committed a crime in China to be tried in their home courts. C 500 Slide 36 Extraterritoriality C 500 Slide 37 D 100 This term is used to describe the amount of people in a given place. Slide 38 Population Density D 100 Slide 39 What is the most popular spectator sport in Japan? D 200 Slide 40 Sumo Wrestling D 200 Slide 41 This is an extremely fast train in Japan, and it is only off its schedule by 36 seconds at the end of a year. D 300 Slide 42 Bullet Train D 300 Slide 43 D 400 Describe Japanese schooling, including amount of days spent and subjects focused on. Slide 44 1. 5.5 days per week: 240 days each year 2. Focus on math and science D 400 Slide 45 What is juku? D 500 Slide 46 A Japanese cram school that helps students to prepare for the entrance exams to the top schools. D 500 Slide 47 In 1949, the civil war in China was over, which leader was in power and what government was in place? E 100 Slide 48 Mao Zedong, Communist E 100 Slide 49 After the establishment of the Peoples Republic of China, where was Chiang Kai-Shek forced to flee to? E 200 Slide 50 Taiwan E 200 Slide 51 This policy was characterized by the Red Guard, the Little Red Book, professionals being attacked and re- education camps E 300 Slide 52 The Cultural Revolution E 300 Slide 53 This policy was characterized by a push for modernization in the areas of industry and agriculture. 20 million people died during this period. E 400 Slide 54 The Great Leap Forward E 400 Slide 55 In order for the Communist Revolution to succeed, who did they need to gain their support? E 500 Slide 56 The peasants E 500 Slide 57 F 100 What fraction of people on the world are Chinese? Slide 58 1/5 of the population is Chinese F 100 Slide 59 This person was the founder of the Nationalist Party. F 200 Slide 60 Sun Yat-sen F 200 Slide 61 What is the One Child Policy? Also, name one negative of this policy. F 300 Slide 62 A policy put into place by Deng Xiaoping in which families were allowed one child. This created a generation with high numbers of males, an aging population with no one to care for them, and a preference for families to have male children F 300 Slide 63 F 400 This ended the Opium War and resulted in extraterritoriality, payment for British losses and the loss of Hong Kong Slide 64 Treaty of Nanjing F 400 Slide 65 Chiang Kai-Shek sent Mao and his followers on a 6,000 mile voyage where about 83,000 people died. This proved to important to the Communist because it showed the strength of the party. F 500 Slide 66 The Long March Slide 67 The Final Jeopardy Category is: Chinese History Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin Slide 68 Place the following events in order from earliest to latest Tiananmen Square Massacre One Child Policy Boxer Rebellion Beijing Olympics Fall of the Qing Dynasty Communist Revolution Opium War Click on screen to continue Slide 69 Opium Wars Boxer Rebellion Fall of the Qing Dynasty Communist Revolution One Child Policy Tiananmen Square Massacre Beijing Olympics Click on screen to continue Slide 70 Thank You for Playing World Cultures Jeopardy!