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8. China’s Way to Progress (Galeazzo Santini) 2nd
Year English Notes Book 2
Question Answer Chapter 8
Q. 1: Why has the world changed its attitude towards China?
Answer: The world gave little value to China. But once the Chinese made tremendous
progress in every field of life, the world changed its attitude to their country.
Q. 2: Discuss Chinese agriculture system.
Answer: The Chinese still carry on traditional labour and carefully use agricultural
machinery. There are agricultural communes which are divided into production brigades
and teams.
Q. 3: How does China rely on its own resources?
Answer: The Chinese follow the maxim of Mao, “Rely on your own resources”. They use
locally made machines which are cheaper, faster and give better results.
Q. 4: Describe a day in the life of a Chinese student.
Answer: A Chinese student like Je Wen Siu gets up at 6 in the morning, takes breakfast and
goes to school at 8. She takes lunch during the break and returns home at 3. She does her
home task, reads newspaper and listens to the radio.
Q. 5: Write a note on the Chinese women.
Answer: Chinese women use no beauty products. They work 8 hours a day, get 56 paid
holidays before childbirth and enjoy free hospitalization.
Q. 6: What are the social security benefits provided to the Chinese workers?
Answer: They get free housing, medical treatment and cinema tickets. A sick worker gets
full pay for 6 months and 60 percent of it after that. Females get 56 paid holidays before
childbirth.
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Q. 7: “It is the people not the things that are decisive.”
Discuss.
Answer: This statement negates the modern concept that a great population is a burden on
the state. People are the power of the state. If each Chinese gives 1 dollar, it will make
roughly 800 million dollars.
Q. 8: Why will Chou-En-Lai get his right hand dislocated?
Answer: Chou-En-Lai will get his right hand dislocated if he keeps shaking it with hundreds
of delegates who visit China.
Q. 9: “The heart of the matter is the need to root out
selfishness.” DiscuSS.
Answer: This statement negates the idea of Thomas Hobbes that everyone is selfish. The
Chinese work for the collective benefits and have become a compact whole.

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2ND YEAR ENGLISH 8. China’s Way to Progress (Galeazzo Santini) – 2nd Year English Notes Book 2 Question Answer Chapter 8 Q. 1: Why has the world changed its attitude towards China? Answer: The world gave little value to China. But once the Chinese made tremendous progress in every field of life, the world changed its attitude to their country. Q. 2: Discuss Chinese agriculture system. Answer: The Chinese still carry on traditional labour and carefully use agricultural machinery. There are agricultural communes which are divided into production brigades and teams. Q. 3: How does China rely on its own resources? Answer: The Chinese follow the maxim of Mao, “Rely on your own resources”. They use locally made machines which are cheaper, faster and give better results. Q. 4: Describe a day in the life of a Chinese student. Answer: A Chinese student like Je Wen Siu gets up at 6 in the morning, takes breakfast and goes to school at 8. She takes lunch during the break and returns home at 3. She does her home task, reads newspaper and listens to the radio. Q. 5: Write a note on the Chinese women. Answer: Chinese women use no beauty products. They work 8 hours a day, get 56 paid holidays before childbirth and enjoy free hospitalization. Q. 6: What are the social security benefits provided to the Chinese workers? Answer: They get free housing, medical treatment and cinema tickets. A sick worker gets full pay for 6 months and 60 percent of it after that. Females get 56 paid holidays before childbirth. Q. 7: “It is the people not the things that are decisive.” Discuss. Answer: This statement negates the modern concept that a great population is a burden on the state. People are the power of the state. If each Chinese gives 1 dollar, it will make roughly 800 million dollars. Q. 8: Why will Chou-En-Lai get his right hand dislocated? Answer: Chou-En-Lai will get his right hand dislocated if he keeps shaking it with hundreds of delegates who visit China. Q. 9: “The heart of the matter is the need to root out selfishness.” DiscuSS. Answer: This statement negates the idea of Thomas Hobbes that everyone is selfish. The Chinese work for the collective benefits and have become a compact whole. Name: Description: ...
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