China's "last emperor" was A) Mao Zedong. B) Guangxu. C) Kuang Hsu. D) Puyi. E) Yuan Shikai.
Sun Yat-sen A) was imprisoned for robbery in Burma when the 1911 Revolution broke out. B) had been the secret leader of the Boxer Rebellion. C) supported the Qing but demanded more representative government for China. D) created the Tongmenghui/Revolutionary Alliance. E) became the first president of the Chinese Republic after the 1911 rebellion.
The Chinese revolution of 1911 A) was the first successful Marxist revolution in history. B) left a power vacuum in the country due to the collapse of the Manchu Dynasty. C) was the event that gave reformers the power they needed to immediately establish democracy. D) was seen by the West as their greatest achievement. E) was similar to the French Revolution in that soon a Committee of Public Safety ruled China.
All of the following are correct about China at the end of the nineteenth century except A) industrial production was on the rise, although it was still based largely on traditional methods. B) the transportation system was chaotic. C) the rapidly increasing population resulted in smaller plots of land for the peasants. D) the Qing had finally succeeded in uniting all Chinese behind the regime. E) China was still locked into the traditional mindset that glorified the virtues of an agrarian society and discouraged commercial activity.