1. What feature of Japans geography allow it develop its own distinct culture? (1 point)
a. the high mountains that dominate central japan
b. its distance from the mainland of Korea and China
c. the many volcanoes that surrounded the islands
d. the fact that Japan is a peninsula
2. How did the relative location of the Korean Peninsula influence the development of Korean civilization>
a. Because it was near Japan, Korea was influenced by Japanese culture, politics, and technology
b. Because it was on the Bay of Bengal, Koreas leading trading partner was India.
c. Because it was near China, Korea strongly influenced Chinese culture, politics, and technology
d. Because it was near China, Korea was influenced by Chinese culture
3. What did Zen Buddhism contribute to Japanese culture?
a. a focus on self-reliance, meditation, and devotion to duty
b. a focus on increasing military power
c. a decrease in the development of art and drama
d. a dependence on the customs and traditions of China
4. How did the Shinto belief system develop in early Japan?
a. Clans erected shrines to worship their ancestors
b. Buddhist ideas evolved into Shinto beliefs
c. Warriors built shrines to remember fallen comrades
d. Clans honored powerful natural spirits and gods
5. Which statement best describes Koreas relationship with China during the Silla and Koryo dynasties?
a. China strongly influenced Koreas culture and technology, but it also may have prevented Korea from developing its own unique culture.
b. China strongly influenced Koreas Culture and technology, which helped Korea develop its own unique culture.
c. Korea strongly influenced Chinas culture and technology, but it also may have prevented China from developing its own unique culture.
d. Korea was more powerful than China, which caused jealousy and resentment among Chinese rulers.
6. Why did Japan adopt elements of Chinese society?
a. They believed some Chinese practices were superior to theirs.
b. The Chinese invaded Japan and forced their ways on the Japanese
c. Korean success adopting Chinese customs convinced Japan to do likewise.
d. Japanese society and government were failing and needed to be replaced.
7. How did Confucianism impact women in Korea under the Silla dynasty?
a. It kept them subservient to men
b. It promoted equal education opportunities
c. It protected their right to own businesses
d. It trained them to serve in government
8. Which of the following is true about the structure of the feudal society developed in Japan?
a. The emperor was the most powerful individual
b. The samurai controlled the daimyo, the large landowners
c. The artisans had high status because they made swords and armor
d. The shogun was the true ruler
9. What impact did the hangul have on Koreans?
a. It developed distinctive pottery
b. It increased trade with China and Japan
c. It made it possible for more people to read
d. It spurred agriculture production
When Ginji beheld the beautiful scene from his carriage, he at once remembered it was a place he had seen before. He stopped his carriage, and said to Koremitz, who was with him as usual. . .
-- Murasaki Shibiku
Use the excerpt to answer the question.
10. Which statement is true of the work from which this excerpt has been taken?
a. it describes the wealth and splendor of China
b. It describes how Buddhism grew to be a powerful force in Korea.
c. It is the words first full-length novel.
d. It discusses matrilineal decent in Southeast Asia

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1. What feature of Japans geography allow it develop its own distinct culture?

c. the many volcanoes that surrounded the islands


2. How did the relative location of the Korean Peninsula influence the development of Korean civilization

a. Because it was near Japan, Korea was influenced by Japanese culture, politics, and technology


3. What did Zen Buddhism contribute to Japanese culture?

a. a focus on self-reliance, meditation, and devotion to duty


4. How did the Shinto belief system develop in early Japan?

a. Clans erected shrines to worship their ancestors


5. Which statement best describes Koreas relationship with China during the Silla and Koryo dynasties? 


b. China strongly influenced Koreas Culture and technology, which helped Korea develop its own unique culture.


6. Why did Japan adopt elements of Chinese society?


c. Korean success adopting Chinese customs convinced Japan to do likewise.


7. How did Confucianism impact women in Korea under the Silla dynasty?

a. It kept them subservient to men


8. Which of the following is true about the structure of the feudal society developed in Japan?


b. The samurai controlled the daimyo, the large landowners


9. What impact did the hangul have on Koreans?

c. It made it possible for more people to read


10. Which statement is true of the work from which this excerpt has been taken?


c. It is the words first full-length novel.

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