Explain Development, Crisis and Asian Values of East Asia in detail?

Answer the following questions

Q 1) Explain Development, Crisis and Asian Values of East Asia in detail?

Q 2) Discuss Ten Year After: Revisiting the Asian Financial Crisis in detail.

Q 3) Why women must end the Korean war, explain?

Multiple Choice: Select the best answer for the following

1) What percentage of the world’s population is East Asian?

a. 10

b. 20

c. 40

d. 50

2) The people of the core region of China are called

a. Han

b. Mandarin

c. Mongolian

d. Chinese

3) China’s medieval scholars who were influenced by Buddhism are known by Westerners as

a. Confucianists

b. Neo-Confucianists

c. Esoteric Daoists

d. Analects

4) Which one of the following is NOT one of the aspects of applied Daoism developed to manage worldly life?

a. acupuncture

b. kami

c. feng shui

d. I-Ching

5) Beliefs prevalent in early China that were foundational for later East Asia’s diffuse religion included

a. everything in the universe is interconnected

b. spirits, including dead ancestors, populate the universe

c. unseen forces in heaven and earth can be influenced by the petitions of shamans, oracle readers, and kings

d. all of the above

6) The time when the East Asian visionaries, the Indian sages, and the Greek philosophers made definitive contributions to the world’s social and spiritual framework is referred to as the

a. Third Civilization

b. age of transformation

c. Great Cultural Revolution

d. axial age

7) Characteristics of Confucianism include

a. active social service

b. monasticism

c. individual retreat

d. all of the above

8) Characteristics of Daoism include

a. cultivation of traditional ritual performances

b. the concept of ren

c. individual retreat

d. all of the above

9) The bond between child and parent is the model for which Confucian ideal?

a. li

b. filial piety

c. ren

d. Analects

10) The political message of Daoism was

a. to follow rules, especially filial piety

b. to live a simple life and conform to the state’s expectations

c. the state controls civil life so that individuals can meditate

d. return to primal simplicity, with the state interfering as little as possible

11) At the popular level, religious Daoism eventually incorporated which of the following into the Daoist pantheon?

a. Jesus, the Buddha, Ganesh

b. Lao Zi, the Buddha, Guanyin

c. the Buddha, Guanyin, Muhammad

d. kitchen god, Master K’ung, Mencius

12) Characteristics of yin include

a. bright

b. dark

c. mountain

d. heaven

13) The kami of the sun, a goddess, is called

a. Amaterasu

b. Guan Yu