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Question 1: Chen was also awarded the Golden Chapter by the Taiwan National Museum in 1980, and the first ________ Cultural and Communication Award in 1987.
ASEANPacific Islands ForumSouth Asian Association for Regional CooperationShanghai Cooperation Organisation

Question 2: Chen was especially adept at drawing egrets and ________.
Old World monkeyHominidaePrimateMonkey

Question 3: Chen's mastery in depicting human figures was also found in keen observation of nature and ________.

Question 4: Chen travelled to various places in Southeast Asia to collect drawing materials during his vacations, and he was especially inspired by the people and customs of ________ and Java.
IndonesiaCentral JavaBaliJakarta

Question 5: In Singapore, he proceeded to teach art at ________ (1949-1968) and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (1951-1959).
The Chinese High School (Singapore)The Chinese High School Clock Tower BuildingEducation in SingaporeHwa Chong Institution

Question 6: He also did not see that humans are complex with distortions and conflicts, but merely a pattern of images, yet not like a pieced ________.
Word gameMechanical puzzleJigsaw puzzleInduction puzzles

Question 7: Between 1923 and 1992, he conducted 38 one-man exhibitions in Singapore and other countries such as China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Japan, ________, New Zealand and Hong Kong.
CanadaBarbadosUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 8: He was born in Baigong in ________ province, and had his early education at Chen Li Primary School and St.
Cantonese (Yue)GuangdongShenzhenGuangzhou

Question 9: In 1975, the ________ conferred Chen an honorary doctorate, and Chen became the first local artist to be given the honour.
Waseda UniversityUniversity of MalayaNanyang Technological UniversityNational University of Singapore

Question 10: After getting married at his hometown, Chen Wen Hsi went to South China College at ________ in China to teach fine art from 1946 to 1947.


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