6. Throughout East Asia, most of the labor force works in
10. How was the Great Leap Forward supposed to make China's production greater than the rest of the Western nations?
a. by replacing private ownership of farms with common ownership
b. by combining China's collectives into self-sufficient People's Communes
c. by smashing the old order and establishing a new socialist society
d. by combining elements of free-enterprise economy with socialism
12. What is peculiar about Hong Kong's political status?
a. it is jointly governed by both Britain and China
b. It was a sovereign nation that became a Chinese colony in 2000
c. it is culturally a part of China but has been governed by Japan since 1860
d. it was leased to the British but became a part of China in 1997
12 is wrong, unless your text is 10 years old. No other answers are right. B is almost right, but the wrong year, and the use of the word "colony".
10 is a pitiful question. The Great leap forward was about Industrialization, and how to fund it. Agriculture was looked to be a cash cow to fund it, so agriculture and rural economies were squeezed tightly to get cash. B is only right if one considers the purpose of this was to allow the state to buy (at very low prices) the goods from the ag sector, then sell them (at inflated prices) back as foodstuffs, and to use the profit to fund industrialization. The author of this question has to be aware of this.posted by bobpursley
And number 6?
It's hard to quantify "most." According the CIA World Factbook, 43% of China's workers are in agriculture, leaving the rest divided between services and manufacturing. Therefore, B must be correct.
posted by Ms. Sue