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_____ 11. Which of the following had a monopoly of the rich trade in the East Indies? a.) British c.) English b.

) Dutch d.) French _____ 12. Who exposed the inequities of the culture system in Holland? a.) Edward Dekker c.) Louise Bonafarte b.) Herman Daendels d.) Stanford Raffles _____ 13. Who introduced the Cultivation System in the East Indies? a.) Edward Dekker c.) Johannes van den Bosch b.) Herman Daendels d.) Louise Bonafarte _____ 14. The first king of the new dynasty which has ruled Siam was : a.) Chao Phya Chakkri c.) Maha Mongkut b.) Chulalongkorn d.) Phya Taksin _____ 15. Which of the following was the only independent country left in Southeast Asia? a.) Burma c.) India b.) China d.) Thailand _____ 16. What was the real immediate cause of the World War I? a.) The Germans declared war on Russia. b.) The Austrian government declared the war. c.) The assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand. d.) Japan started the war on the side of the allies. _____ 17. Which of the Far Eastern countries did NOT join the cause of the Allies? a.) India c.) Philippines b.) Malaysia d.) Thailand _____ 18. Which country strove to maintain her neutrality but was drag into the war and was politically divided? a.) China c.) Philippines b.) Korea d.) Vietnam _____ 19. Which of the ancient health practices is believed by the ancient Mesopotamia? a.) Acupuncture c.) “Spectrum of illness” b.) Chakra d.) “Knowledge of life” _____ 20. Which one does NOT belong to the so-called “Big Five”? a.) Great Britain c.) Spain b.) Japan d.) US

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1. Taiwan 2. Myanmar 3. Thailand 4. Soldiers 5. Sri Lanka 6. Alaung Paya 7. “Great Soul” 8. Captured Manila 9. “Knowledge of life” 10. “Revolutionary Alliance” 11. The southernmost tip of Africa 12. The governor of the Dutch Indies 13. Installed as the Rajah of Sarawak 14. The organ of the Filipino Propaganda 15. Centers for the body’s spiritual power

A. Siam B. Ceylon C. Burma D. Chakras E. Sepoys F. Alompra G. Formosa H. Mahatma I. Ayurveda J. James Brook K. Stanford Raffles L. La Solidaridad M. Katipunan N. La Liga Filipina O. T’ung-meng Hui P. Cape of Good Hope Q. Miguel Lopez de Legaspi

The emperor who restored the old Annamese Empire in Indo-China. _______________________ 12. _______________________ 13. . The characteristic of the Ayurvedic medicine which represents the healing power or properties of herb or mineral. The governor of the Dutch Indies who purchased the island and port of Singapore from the Sultan of Johore. The system which required the villagers to set aside one-fifth of their land to grow export crops for the government. A piece of territory on the northern tip of Borneo which was acquired by the British North Borneo Company from the Sultan of Jolo. _______________________ 7. The insect which secretes an acid with strong antiseptic qualities used as clips instead of stitches for internal surgery. _______________________ 15. _______________________ 6. the “king of tonics”. _______________________ 5. It comprises all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs. The technology which is by far the most commonly used method of sexing fetuses. _______________________ 14. The king of the Siamese government who appointed Constantine Faulkon as a chief minister. _______________________ 2. _______________________ 8. _______________________ 11. The first Filipino to die in the battlefields of France. _______________________ 9._______________________ 1. The most important treaty signed by Germany to end the World War I. The scientific name of ginseng. “Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine” _______________________ 10. _______________________ 4. _______________________ 3. The health practice through which needles are inserted through the skin at a certain point. India’s medical system.

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