(A) Burma, Japan, and Korea
(B) Vietnam, Cambodia, and India
(C) Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
(D) Pakistan, India, and Japan
(E) the Philippines, Thailand, and Bangladesh
(A) the Tang dynasty
(B) the Song Empire
(C) the Liao Empire
(D) the Jin Empire
(E) the Mongol Empire
(A) encouraged average Chinese to exert their individualism
(B) is another term for Daoism
(C) is a monotheistic religion
(D) did not spread beyond China's borders
(E) reinforced hierarchy and social stratification
(A) The position of women was equal to that of men.
(B) Neo-Confucianism promoted women's equality.
(C) Upper-class women enjoyed more rights than lower-class women.
(D) Women of the lower classes tended to be freer from restrictions than those of the upper classes.
(E) The practice of foot-binding was outlawed.
(A) He rebuilt its bureaucracy and economy.
(B) He killed all of its former bureaucrats.
(C) He outlawed Buddhism.
(D) He forced all bureaucrats to speak Mongolian.
(E) He installed only Mongolians in administrative positions.
(A) real power still rested with the emperor
(B) power rested with Buddhist monks
(C) the emperor's power was largely symbolic
(D) the shoguns were the religious priests
(E) none of the above
(A) trade and commerce were sharply curtailed
(B) the Japanese developed their own painting and musical styles
(C) Chan Buddhism was outlawed
(D) Japan became highly centralized after the 1400s
(E) Japan did not experience civil war
(A) is a martial art that originated in Japan during the Ashikaga shogunate
(B) was Japan's emperor in the mid-1400s who promoted trade with China
(C) is a form of poetry emphasizing enlightenment
(D) is a form of Noh drama popularized in the 1300s
(E) was outlawed as a practice that discriminated against women