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Question 1: Other leading universities, such as Zhejiang University (1897), ________ (1898), and Nanjing University (1902) also recently celebrated their hundredth anniversaries, one after another.
Peking UniversityTsinghua UniversityBeijing Normal UniversityFudan University

Question 2: From 1967 to 1976, China’s ________ took another toll on higher education, which was devastated more than any other sector of the country.
Cultural RevolutionDeng XiaopingMao ZedongZhou Enlai

Question 3: Higher education in ________ is continuously growing, changing and developing.
Religion in ChinaTime in ChinaChinaProvince (China)

Question 4: The first modern institution, ________, was founded October 2, 1895, in Tianjin.
Fudan UniversityTianjin UniversityNankai UniversityPeking University

Question 5: The university changed its name to ________ in 1951 and became one of the leading universities in China.
Fudan UniversityPeking UniversityNankai UniversityTianjin University

Question 6: The teaching of ________ has shaped the overall Chinese mindset for the past 2500 years.
ConfuciusAristotlePlatoGottfried Leibniz

Question 7: The ________ of 1840, for example, opened China to the rest of the world.
Second Opium WarFirst Opium WarOpium WarsQing Dynasty

Question 8: The Chinese education system is based on legalist and ________ ideals.
ConfuciusHan DynastyConfucianismChinese philosophy

Question 9: In 1977, Deng Xiaoping made the decision of resuming the National Higher Education Entrance Examination (________), having profound impact on Chinese higher education in history.
Project 985State Key LaboratoriesNational Higher Education Entrance ExaminationHigher education in China







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