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Question 1: The Japanese occupation during the ________ and guerrilla movements after the war did not have much effect on the agricultural activities here.
Soviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War II

Question 2: It is the first kite museum in Malaysia and has a unique working ________ whose mechanism works to generate enough electricity to supply the daily needs of the museum.
Wind turbineWindmillWind farmWind power

Question 3: The surrounding areas further inland were developed in the mid-19th century by Chinese travellers of the ________ clan.
ChaozhouShenzhenGuangdongMeizhou

Question 4: It was on these riverbeds that they cultivated catechu and ________.
Black pepperGingerSpice tradeSpice

Question 5: The main industries are transportation and logistics, shipbuilding, petrochemicals and other heavy industries, and ________ storage and distribution.
PlantOil palmAttalea maripaPalm oil

Question 6: Establishment of the Johore Port in 1977 was seen as a reaction to counter the entrepĂ´t hub in ________.
CanadaPhilippinesMalaysiaSingapore

Question 7: It is connected by the 4 lane Pasir Gudang Highway, a trunk road, and a railway line to ________.
Johor BahruKulaiSalengJohor Bahru District

Question 8: Falling catechu and black pepper prices forced some estate owners to cultivate ________.
Dietary fiberPineappleBananaPhilippines







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