hi i need help checking my answer How did early contact with China affect Japan? A. The Japanese government became a model for China. B. Japan became a Chinese territory. C. The Japanese adopted the Chinese writing system. D. The

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  1. geography

    which of the following statements is true of Singapore a. Singapore's government condemned u.s. military actions in Afghanistan. b. Singapore finally became self governing in 1965 c. Singapore is member of the federation of Malaysia d. Singapore is a major

  2. Social Studies

    Hi, I was wondering if you could check my answer Ms.Sue Use the drop-down menu to complete the sentence. Confucianism and Daoism developed in China while (Blank) emerged in Japan. The options are: hinduism, Judaism, islam, or Shintoism. I believe the

  3. World history

    Which of the following is one of the notable achievements of early China ? How did the Zhou dynasty come to rule a large part of China ? In what way did China isolated geography contribute to it's development as a country In both the shang & Zhou societies

  4. social studies

    1. Command Economy| Mixed Economy China, Taiwan, South Korea, North Korea, and Japan. place these country into the correct economy 2. Say "this one" inside the | | to show the correct government for each country |Autocratic| Democratic| China | | | Japan |

  5. history

    Why did the United States and other countries enforce a ban on the export of iron, steel, and fuel to Japan in the 1930s? Japan pursued an aggressive military policy at the time it invaded China. Japan wanted to become the most influential voice at the

  6. History

    Which explains the decline of Japan’s isolationism? a.The elimination of isolationist policies in Japan was caused by the need to raise money through tariffs on imports. b,Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism

  7. History

    What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive chinese nationalists to liberate the chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile chinese

  8. Social Studies

    hi i need help checking my answer How did early contact with China affect Japan? A. The Japanese government became a model for China. B. Japan became a Chinese territory. C. The Japanese adopted the Chinese writing system. D. The original inhabitants of

  9. World History

    1.Which of the following is one of the notable achievments of early china? A. a complex system of writing B. a single spoken language*** C. cotton textiles D. copper ore technology 2. How did the Zhou dynasty come to rule a large part of China? A.by

  10. Anatomy and Physiology

    Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ 6. Appositional growth ends in (1 point) a) infancy. b) adolescence. c) early adulthood. d) late adulthood. My Answer: C Could someone please check my answer? Thanks! - Da Fash

  11. social studies PLEASE HELP

    1. acupuncture is an example of chinese A. cooking B. medicine

  12. Geography

    Drag and drop the descriptions of events to match conditions in each country following world war II china japan korea Taiwan 1. Communist anti-communist forces backed by foreign nations went to war here, dividing the country into North and south **Taiwan

  13. AP Macroeconomics

    Japan, the European Union, Canada, and Mexico have flexible exchange rates. Suppose Japan attracts an increased amount of investment from the European Union. Using a correctly labeled graph of the loanable funds market in Japan, show the effect of the

  14. history

    Why did Japan attack China in 1937, launching the Second Sino-Japanese War? to spread communism to other parts of Asia to secure natural resources for its growing economy and military to secure a buffer area against a potential Soviet attack on Japan to

  15. History

    What explains the decline of Japan's isolationism? Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the rise of Japanese industrialization. Fearing an invasion by Russia, Japanese leaders eliminated

  16. history

    Which explains the decline of Japan’s isolationism? Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the rise of Japanese industrialization. The elimination of isolationist policies in Japan was caused by

  17. History

    What caused the United States to enter World War II on the side of the allies? A. Germany’s attack on Britain B. Japan’s attack on the pearl harbor Hawaii 👈This one C.Germany’s invasion in Poland Germany’s invasion in Poland D. Japan’s

  18. History

    How did Japan’s geography affect its relations with neighboring countries in the 1930s? a.Because it lacked resources, Japan occupied China and Indochina to secure agricultural land, coal, and iron. b.Because of Japan’s rich supply of silkworms, it was

  19. world history

    how did european contact with china and japan in the sixteenth century differ from european contact with the americas and africa?

  20. History

    1) Which of the following best represents the two perspectives of imperialists and anti-imperialists? A. for foreign treaties vs. against foreign treaties B for annexing new territory vs. against annexing territory C. for building an elite upper class vs.

  21. Social studies pretest

    Can someone check my answer? Confucianism and Daoism developed in China while _____ emerged in Japan. The options are: Hinduism, Judaism, Shintoism, and Islam. My answer is Shintoism.

  22. History

    What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive chinese nationalists to liberate the chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile chinese

  23. Social Studies

    What triggered China's 1899-1901 Boxer Rebellion? a. A prolonged famine that had killed thousands of Chinese b. The presence of westerners*** c. The imprisonment of university professors d. The government's massacre of a village's peasants Just checking my

  24. geography

    How did the geography of China affect the development of early civilization there?

  25. social studies

    How did the physical features affect the development of China, Japan, and Korea in similar ways? What were the key differences? This is a written response type question so please help! i’ve been stuck for a while !

  26. Science

    Where is this earthquake's epicenter? A)Tokyo, Japan B)Manila, Philippines C)Beijing, China D)Hong Kong, China

  27. social studies

    Select the boxes in the table to show which geographic features are found in each country. archipelago coastal plain China Japan Korea Japan Korea

  28. Geography

    From which region was Japan most positively influenced throughout its industrial development? A. Japan was predominantly internally motivated. B. Japan borrowed liberally from existing Chinese policies. C. Japan actively borrowed from the West throughout

  29. Social Studies

    What is the official name of China? South Korea and Japan both have what type of economy?

  30. History

    What factors influenced the creation of rules in ancient India, China and Japan?

  31. Global History

    This concerns the feudal powers in Japan: Ok, so in many ways the relation between China and Japan reflect what we've already seen between Russia and Byzantium. What were the most important things that Japan borrowed from China? Chinese influence in Japan

  32. World History

    Which options explain reasons that the military was able to take over the government of Japan in the early 1930s? (Select all that apply.) 1. The traditional samurai warrior culture influenced the military to believe that the government had become too

  33. ss

    Which effect(s) did European expansion have on China? Select the two correct answers. A. China was divided into European colonies. B. Britain forced China to participate in the opium trade. C. European nations cut off China from foreign trade. D. Britain

  34. history

    Why did Japan attack China in 1937, launching the Second Sino-Japanese War? to spread Communism to other parts of Asia to secure a buffer area against a potential Soviet attack on Japan to secure natural resources for its growing economy and military to

  35. History

    During the nineteenth century, which of the following countries experienced a decrease in industrial production? A. Britain B. China C. India D. Japan Not sure I think the answer is C.

  36. english

    In my Communications class we are discussing how eye contact is important when giving an oral presentation. My teacher asked the question which countries and cultures don't use eye contact? What assumptions and rules do they have concerning lack of eye

  37. History

    Why did Japan invade China in 1937? thank you so much =]

  38. Art

    What are the similarities and differences between scroll paintings in China and Japan?

  39. Child care and family

    When early childhood professionals have concerns about a child's development, what should they do? A. They should never approach the parent about concerns. B. The early childhood professional should make observations, which can help clarify and document

  40. Sociology

    Did I choose the correct answer #3 In the mid- to late 1880s, the United States experienced a surge in immigrants from 1)Japan and Cuba. 2)China, Japan, and Mexico. 3)China and Japan < I chose this one< 4)China and Canada.

  41. Social Studies

    Ok, so in many ways the relation between China and Japan reflect what we've already seen between Russia and Byzantium. What were the most important things that Japan borrowed from China? Chinese influence in Japan reached its height during the time of

  42. Social Studies-Please Help

    Which of these nations has the highest population density? A) China B) Indonesia C) Mongolia D) Japan Is the answer japan or china, I'm not sure, can someone please help? Thanks! (=

  43. History

    Compare and contrast the ways China and Japan responded to the West. Describe how each nation's decision to respond to the West affected its domestic and foreign affairs in the years that followed. My answer: Comparisons 1. Both nations didn't accept the

  44. History

    What is the goal of Japan in World War 2? A. to defeat Germany B. to capture China C. to extend its empire Is the correct answer C? Thank You for checking!

  45. History

    History of Japan questions? Could someone give some information on the following topics about the history of Japan. Please just write one or two sentences for each. This is not a homework assignment, it's just for my own research. I need answers ASAP.

  46. social studies

    History of Japan questions? Could someone give some information on the following topics about the history of Japan. Please just write one or two sentences for each. This is not a homework assignment, it's just for my own research. I need answers ASAP.

  47. World History

    The correct chronological flow of Buddhism would be A) Japan to Korea to China B) India to Southeast Asia to China to Japan C) India to China to Korea D) Southeast Asia to China to India I think the correct answer is C, but I'm not sure.

  48. Geography

    By the early 2000s which country was Taiwan's third largest trading partner?(China),(South Korea). ( U.S.),(Japan)

  49. Social Studies

    What significance does October 1 1949 have in Chinese history? a. The Boxer Rebellion was defeated by foreign troops b. The last dynasty ended with the death of its empress c. Mao Zedong declared China "The People's Republic of China"*** d. China ended its

  50. US history HELP

    From late 1941 into early 1942, World War II in the Pacific experienced: 1.(i am not sure) a string of American victories that put Japan on the defensive 2.(wrong) the Japanese invasion and capture of Australia 3.(wrong) the Japanese on the Philippines

  51. social studies

    China, when it first beacme a communist nation, introduced a "closed door" policy and isolated itself from the rest of the world. now through tourism and trdae China comes into contact with the rest of the world. What motivated China to open it's doors to

  52. social studies

    Which is a source of political conflict between China, Japan, and South Korea today? A. trade barriers B. nuclear weapons development /my answer/ C. land claims in the South China Sea D. economic sanctions

  53. History

    Where are China and Korea located in relationship to Japan? Why did this location allow for Japan to be influenced by many cultures at once?

  54. Social Studies

    Answer the following about the great wall of china: a.When, where, and why did it develop? b.How was it used or practiced? c. Whom did it affect? d.What was the lasting impact this innovation had on China and its people? e.What are some modern examples of

  55. geography

    What is peculiar about Hong Kong's political status? A) It is jointly governed by both Britain and China. B) It is a sovereign nation that will become a Chinese colony in 2000. C) It is culturally a part of China but has been governed by Japan since 1860.

  56. history

    What feature of Japans geography allowed it to develop its own distinct culture? a.) the high mountains that dominate central japan b.)its distance from the mainland of Korea and China C.)the many volcanos that surrounded the islands d.)the fact that Japan

  57. History

    How Would One Discuss This Topic: Japan controlled neighbors because it could. Japan also took over Korea and China because it needed land and resources. Japan is an island country, therefore, it needed a dependable source of raw materials. This is usually

  58. US HISTORY *JUST NEED CHECKED*

    What foreign policy did the United States follow before entering World War 2? * Isolationsism Communism(MY ANSWER) Socialism Blitzkrieg Japan is a country made up of islands * True (MY ANSWER) False Why was Japan so interested in controlling the islands in

  59. Social Studies

    Which of the following is an Archipelago of Asia? A. China B. Japan C. India D. Hawaii Plz ASAP I need the answer

  60. history

    Which explains the decline of Japan’s isolationism? Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the rise of Japanese industrialization. The elimination of isolationist policies in Japan was caused by

  61. Social Studies

    Hi, I really need to keep my grades up so i was wondering if one you teachers can check my answers please! 1. Match the country with its type of economy. command economy: China, Taiwan, and South Korea. Mixed economy: Japan and North Korea. 2. Select the

  62. Social Studies

    In which nation did a nationalist military regime lead the country to invade its neighbors and help launch World War II? A. China B. Japan (My answer) C. Korea D. Mongolia Can someone please check my answer? I want to make sure I'm correct

  63. Fine Art

    1. Wooden temples were considered an art form from a. Japan b. China c. Buddhists d. Indians A 12. Which of the following colors represents the spiritual realm in many African societies? a. White b. Red c. Black d. Brown Not sure... 13. Shiva Nataraja

  64. us history

    What policy was supported by a majority of Americans following the outbreak of World War I in Europe? Immediate declaration of war against Germany Immediate declaration of war against Germany Isolationism Isolationism Neutrality agreements to be signed

  65. history

    Describe major innovations, advancements, achievements, or cultural practices of this civilization in EARLY Korea ( before they divided) and in early japan!!!!! pls help

  66. history

    Was Westernization the best policy for China, Japan, Egypt, and the Ottoman Empire? i don't need a direct answer, just links to websites that could help me out with this. google didn't come up with anything for me.

  67. Economics

    1. How does the current anti-corruption movement in China affect relatively tax free countries(ex. monocao, switerland etc.)? 2. EU relation with China

  68. history

    How did the Silla turn Korea into an economic and cultural center? A. by giving greater independence to the aristocracy B. by establishing trade networks between Japan, China, and India C. by freeing Korea from the influence of the Tang dynasty D. by

  69. social studies

    How did the Silla turn Korea into an economic and cultural center? A. by giving greater independence to the aristocracy B. by establishing trade networks between Japan, China, and India C. by freeing Korea from the influence of the Tang dynasty D. by

  70. international trade

    From the economic point of view, India and China are somewhat similar: both are huge, low-wage countries, probably with similar patterns of comparative advantage, which until recently were relatively closed to international trade. China was the first to

  71. Social Studies

    Ancient China irrigation 1. Find out the following information: a. When, where, and why did it develop? b. How was it used or practiced? c. Whom did it affect? d. What was the lasting impact this innovation had on China and its people? e. What are some

  72. math

    which of the following describes japan after world war 2 japan adopted a communist government japan adopted a democratic government japan was divided into north japan and south japan japan emerged from the war as one of the world's most powerful nations

  73. Geography

    6. Throughout East Asia, most of the labor force works in a. trade b. farming c. mining d. aquaculture B? 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

  74. Social Studies

    How did the Silla turn Korea into an economic and cultural center? A. by giving greater independence to the aristocracy B. by establishing trade networks between Japan, China, and India C. by freeing Korea from the influence of the Tang dynasty D. by

  75. SS

    Correctly identify ALL that happened with the rebuilding Japan after WWII. A) The U.S. divided Japan along the 17th parallel line in order to occupy both nations and prevent the spread of communism. B)Japan adopted a new constitution and democratic

  76. History

    Why did Japan invade China in 1937? thank you so much =]

  77. world history

    how did japan and china feel about the europeans

  78. Global Business Management

    What are five global or regional trends that influence China? How do these trends affect marketing, finance, value chain, human resources, and economics, within China?

  79. World History

    what was happing to europe when Japan invade China?

  80. Paraphrasing

    Can you help me better paraphrase these sentences? Here are my somewhat-paraphrases, but they are still similar to the original source (the part not in parenthesis is the portion that needs to be better paraphrased): (This was because) Japan had a secret

  81. w.g

    early cultures devolped in southeast asia through: A)extensive marititme trade B)***isolated pockets of ethnic devolpment C)contact with europeans traders D)contact with christians missionaries my choice is b

  82. History

    1. Which of the following was the main contributor to finally bringing the United States out of the Great Depression? A. National Recovery Administration B. Wartime spending C. Good Neighbor Policy D. Election of Roosevelt Is the answer C? 2. What

  83. Social Studies

    1. What dynasty ruled the Korean peninsula from AD 668 to AD 935? Meiji Qin Silla*** Tokugawa 2. What type of government ruled North korea after World War II communist**** democratic dictatorship oligarchy 3.Both Japan and the Koreas been influenced by

  84. Art

    What are the similarities and differences between scroll paintings in China and Japan?

  85. World history

    What was the biggest change? Where? Why? Japan China Europe Africa

  86. social studies

    how did china and Japan feel about the europeans moving westward

  87. Art

    What are some of the similarities and differences between scroll paintings in China and Japan?

  88. history

    what was the source of conflict between japan and china from 1931 to 1945 It was initiated by the 1931 invasion of Manchuria by Japan, but you should look into the background around this time. It is often referred to as the "Sino-Japanese War or conflict"

  89. History

    Where can i find info on china and japan during 18th to 19th century.

  90. world history

    why might a casual observer think japan's and china's government were the same? and what were the fundamental differences?

  91. if you see this this is not a question in social

    Which geographic feature did early explorers use the most during their expeditions? answer is c 2 What were the main economic activities of early settlers? answer is a and c 3 Of the following choices, which statements describe exploration and early

  92. History

    What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive Chinese nationalists to liberate the Chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile Chinese

  93. World History

    Can anyone give me a link to a good website about imperialism in Africa, China, and/or Japan?

  94. World history

    What development produced the greatest instability? Where? Why? Japan China Africa Europe

  95. SS

    HOW CHINA AND JAPAN DEVELOPED MODERN ECONOMIES(400 words,5 para)

  96. Economics

    Last one... I've done so many that I simply mind-boggle as of now! Until the early 1980's, Japan required its large insurance companies to invest all of their vast holdings in Japanese securities. At the prompting of the U.S. , Japan relaxed the

  97. ECONOMICS---- & desperate !!!!!

    Last one... I've done so many that I'm simply mind-boggled as of now! Until the early 1980's, Japan required its large insurance companies to invest all of their vast holdings in Japanese securities. At the prompting of the U.S. , Japan relaxed the

  98. Economics

    Last one... I've done so many that I'm simply mind-boggled as of now! Until the early 1980's, Japan required its large insurance companies to invest all of their vast holdings in Japanese securities. At the prompting of the U.S. , Japan relaxed the

  99. Social Studies

    What Soviet Union leader cut ties with China after a heated discussion with Mao Zedong over Communist ideologies? a. Josef Stalin b. Vladimir Putin c. Mikail Gorbachev d. Nikita Khrushchev*** Just checking my work:) *** - My Answer Thanks, Kaai97

  100. Social studies

    What inference can be drawn from the lack of US action in response to Japanese aggression against China in 1937 A-Americans supported the Japanese over the Chinese. B- Americans did not believe Japan threatened them directly C-the United States did not

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