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Tiananmen Square protests of 1989: Quiz

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Question 1: The ________ granted Chinese students a four year amnesty to stay in Australia.
States and territories of AustraliaGovernment of AustraliaConstitution of AustraliaParliament of Australia

Question 2: Since 1978, ________ had led a series of economic and political reforms which had led to the gradual implementation of a market economy and some political liberalization that relaxed the system set up by Mao Zedong.
Deng XiaopingJoseph StalinZhou EnlaiChiang Kai-shek

Question 3: Zhang Shijun, an ex-soldier who was 18 in 1989, was arrested after publishing an open letter to ________, to encourage open talk on the issue.
Dmitry MedvedevKevin RuddHu JintaoMao Zedong

Question 4: ________, former Premier of the People's Republic of China
Zhu RongjiJiang ZeminZhao ZiyangLi Peng

Question 5: ________, then-Municipal Party Secretary, addressed the student protesters in a bandage and 'expressed his understanding', as he was a former student agitator before 1949.
Jiang ZeminMao ZedongDeng XiaopingHu Jintao

Question 6: Other names which have been used in the Chinese language include June Fourth Massacre or Chinese: 六四屠殺________: Liù-Sì Túshā.
ISO/IEC 8859-8PinyinISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859-3

Question 7: Toward the end of the demonstration, on 30 May, a statue of the ________ was erected in the Square and came to symbolize the protest to television viewers worldwide.
Goddess of DemocracyTiananmen Square protests of 1989Tiananmen SquareMao Zedong

Question 8: At 4:50 am, ________ went to the Square and made a speech urging the students to end the hunger strike.
Zhao ZiyangDeng XiaopingJiang ZeminHu Jintao

Question 9: The students sang ________, the world socialist anthem, on their way to and within the square.
RussiaSoviet UnionThe InternationaleCommunism

Question 10: In addition, the ________ has consistently opposed the lifting of the arms embargo to the PRC.
Barroso CommissionEuropean UnionEuropean ParliamentEuropean Commission







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