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Question 1: The ________ was originally also written 圓, which was simplified to 円 (en) with the promulgation of the Tōyō kanji in 1946.
EuroJapanese yenPound sterlingUnited States dollar

Question 2: The earliest issues were silver coins produced at the ________ mint.
Cantonese (Yue)ShenzhenGuangzhouGuangdong

Question 3: In 1917, the warlord in control of ________, Zhang Zuolin, introduced a new currency, known as the Fengtien yuan or dollar, for use in the Three Eastern Provinces.
Northeast ChinaManchuriaYuan DynastyManchukuo

Question 4: The banknotes issued in its place were known as 法幣 (Pinyin: fǎbì) or "________".
EuroLegal tenderIndian rupeePound sterling

Question 5: In Cantonese, widely spoken in ________, Hong Kong and Macau, jiao and fen are called ho (毫) and sin (仙).
Cantonese (Yue)GuangdongGuangzhouShenzhen

Question 6: In 1935, the Kuomintang Government enacted currency reforms to limit currency issuance to four major government controlled banks: the ________, Central Bank of China, Bank of Communications and later the Farmers Bank of China.
China Construction BankBank of AmericaBank of ChinaIndustrial and Commercial Bank of China

Question 7: Termed "東北九省流通券" (________:Dōngběi jiǔ shěng liútōngquàn), it was worth 20 of the yuan which circulated in the rest of the country.
PinyinISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859-3ISO/IEC 8859-8

Question 8: In many parts of China, renminbi (人民幣/人民币 rénmínbì) are counted in kuai (simplified Chinese: traditional Chinese: ________: kuài; literally "piece") rather than "yuan".
PinyinISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859-3ISO/IEC 8859-8

Question 9: The distinction between yuan and ________ is analogous to that between the pound and sterling.
Urbanization in ChinaTourism in ChinaRenminbiChinese financial system

Question 10: In the north, the "Provisional Government of the Republic of China" (中華民國臨時政府) based in ________ established the Federal Reserve Bank of China (中國聯合準備銀行, pinyin: Zhōngguó liánhé zhǔnbèi yínháng).
TokyoShanghaiBeijingTianjin







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