Unit 10: Test

Unit 10: Test

Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia
Which of the following nations are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire? Choose all that apply.

Indonesia
China
Philippines
Malaysia
Myanmar
Thailand

Mekong
Which of the following is not one of the main rivers in South Asia?

Ganges
Indus
Brahmaputra
Mekong

Indo-Gangetic
India is home to the ______ Plain.
Myanmar
Which of the following countries does not have the Mekong River running through it or beside it as a border?

Vietnam
Myanmar
Cambodia
Laos

Philippine Sea, Sea of Japan, Pacific Ocean
Japan is bordered by what three bodies of water?

Yellow Sea
Philippine Sea
South China Sea
Sea of Japan
Pacific Ocean

Amu Darya
The Aral Sea is drying up from over-irrigation on the ______ River.
rice
In nearly all of Asia, the number-one agricultural crop is _____.
Central Asia
The Soviet Union is primarily responsible for the pollution in this region.
Central
Kazakhstan has achieved the most economic success of all nations in _______ Asia.
Indus
Pakistan is home to this major river system.
planting trees
What is China doing to prevent the desertification of its land?
Indonesia, Malaysia
Which of the following nations are dealing with damage to coral reefs? Choose all that apply.

Indonesia
Japan
China
Malaysia
Taiwan

Japan
What country has developed new technologies in automobiles and plastic recycling?
South Korea
What nation has developed a “Green Growth” plan that allows for continued economic growth without harming the environment?
Japan
The arrival of Commodore Perry brought this nation out of international seclusion.
India
Which nation was partitioned just prior to gaining its independence in 1947?
Yellow River, Tibetan Plateau, Gobi Desert
Which of the following are geographical characteristics of China?

Mekong River
Yellow River
Tibetan Plateau
Baekdu Mountain
Gobi Desert
Deccan Plateau

Vietnam
Which of the following is not an island nation?

Japan
Taiwan
Vietnam
Sri Lanka

Pakistan
The famous Khyber Pass is located in _____.
Dutch
Indonesia became a ______ colony in the sixteenth century and remained that way until World War II.
Malaysia
Ring of Fire
Kazakhstan
Aral Sea
Japan
Mount Fuji
Nepal
Mt. Everest
India
Ganges River
Maldives
Coral Reefs
Indonesia
The Netherlands controlled _______ for centuries.
Buddhism
The two main religious beliefs in southeast Asia are Hinduism and _____.
Taiwan, Korea, Philippines
What are three nations controlled by Japan during World War II?
Romans
Which of the following empires did not invade India during its history?

Huns
Persians
Romans
Greeks

Korean
This language was not derived from a greater language family.
Soviet Union and United States
North and South Korea became protectorates of what two nations following World War II?
Korea
Japan and China mingled with this nation for many years, greatly affecting its culture in everything but language.