Do you know what happened in China last week? Take our weekly news quiz to test your knowledge and get up to speed on the latest developments in case you missed something.
China observed the seventh national memorial day for over 300,000 Nanjing Massacre victims on December 13. During the massacre at the hands of the Japanese in 1937, a foreign businessman named John Rabe helped save hundreds of thousands of Chinese lives. Which country was Rabe from?
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China's Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions on December 10 stopped visa-free entry of diplomatic passport holders from ____________
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The picture shows a wooden object that is almost 2,000 years old. It is one of several items excavated from an archaeological site in east China's Zhejiang Province, local authorities said on December 10. What is this object?
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Beijing has launched a special system to address people's concerns over the safety of imported frozen food after COVID-19 cases linked to such products were reported. What is this system?
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China ranks No. 1 in the world for its MOOCs, according to data released at the first Global MOOC Conference in Beijing on December 11. What does MOOC stand for?
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China and Nepal announced on December 8 that the new height of the world's tallest peak, Mt. Qomolangma, known in the West as Mt. Everest, is 8,848.86 meters, 4.43 meters higher than the previous figure. Why did they have to measure the height again?
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The orbiter-returner of China's Chang'e-5 probe last week entered the moon-Earth transfer orbit and is set to return to Earth soon. Where in China will it land?