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Question 1: Eventually, in 1949, the ________ emerged victorious against the Kuomintang (KMT, Chinese Nationalist Party, governing party of the Republic of China), whose leaders relocated the administration of the Republic of China to Taipei.
Mao ZedongTiananmen Square protests of 1989Communist Party of ChinaDeng Xiaoping

Question 2: The term never includes Taiwan which is claimed by the PRC but is administered by the ________ (ROC).
People's Republic of ChinaRepublic of ChinaVietnamPhilippines

Question 3: ________ is an offshore island, therefore geographically it is an overseas territory of People's Republic of China.
HainanYunnanHong KongBeijing

Question 4: More recently, pro-Taiwan independence politicians calling into question their loyalty and devotion to Taiwan and pro-________ politicians accusing the pro-independence politicians of playing identity politics.
One country, two systemsTwo ChinasOne-China policyChinese reunification

Question 5: [5] The term "Mainlander" can also refer to daluren (simplified Chinese: 大陆人traditional Chinese: 大陸人________: dàlùrén; literally "mainland person(s)"), meaning people who live in mainland China.
ISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859-8PinyinISO/IEC 8859-3

Question 6: For many years mainlanders were given special treatment by the KMT government which had imposed ________ on Taiwan.
IsraelPakistanUnited StatesMartial law

Question 7: Before and after ________, two political entities fought for control of China.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupations

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