Rickshaw Boy and Beyond: A Quiz on the Life and Works of Lao She

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Rickshaw Boy and Beyond: A Quiz on the Life and Works of Lao She

Are you ready to test your knowledge on the life and works of Lao She? Get ready to dive into the world of Rickshaw Boy and Beyond with this exciting quiz! From the bustling streets of Beijing to the struggles of a rickshaw puller, this quiz will challenge your understanding of Lao She's most famous works. So, buckle up and get ready to learn more about this iconic Chinese author! 

What was Lao She's birth name?

Lao Zhuang

Shu Qingchun

Lao Tzu

Chen Lao She

Lao She is known for his works about which city?

Shanghai

Beijing

Hong Kong

Taipei

Which of the following is NOT a work by Lao She?

Rickshaw Boy

Teahouse

The Good Earth

Four Generations Under One Roof

In which year did Lao She pass away?

1966

1976

1986

1996

Which of Lao She's works was adapted into an opera by the famous Chinese composer, Tan Dun?

Rickshaw Boy

Teahouse

Mr. Ma and Son

The Drum Singers

Lao She was also known for his work in what other field?

Politics

Philosophy

Painting

Theater

Which of Lao She's works was banned during the Cultural Revolution in China?

Rickshaw Boy

Teahouse

Mr. Ma and Son

The Drum Singers

Lao She spent several years living and working in which country?

Japan

United States

England

France

Which of the following themes is NOT present in Lao She's works?

Poverty

Identity

Love

Science fiction

Which of Lao She's works was adapted into a film by the renowned Chinese director, Zhang Yimou?

Teahouse

Rickshaw Boy

Mr. Ma and Son

The Drum Singers

Which of Lao She's works is based on his experiences as a teacher in a small Chinese village?

Rickshaw Boy

Teahouse

Mr. Ma and Son

The Yellow Storm

Lao She's works often reflect his deep concern for the plight of which group of people?

Factory workers

Street vendors

Farmers

Intellectuals

Very impressive!

Congratulations on your outstanding performance in the Lao She quiz! Your knowledge of Lao She's works, including the satirical and socially critical Teahouse, Rickshaw Boy, and Four Generations Under One Roof, is truly impressive. Your understanding of the literary techniques, the exploration of social issues, cultural identity, and historical change, and the portrayal of human nature that Lao She so skillfully conveys is a testament to your love for his writing. Keep up the good work and continue to explore the imaginative and profound world of Lao She's literature, which has had a lasting impact on Chinese and world literature, and continues to inspire readers with its wit, compassion, and insight into the complexities of the human experience in modern China!    

There is still room for improvement!

It's okay if you didn't do as well as you hoped on this quiz. It's important to remember that everyone has room for improvement and it's a great opportunity to learn something new. Take some time to study the material and try again. With practice and dedication, you'll be able to do better next time. Don't give up!    

What was Lao She's birth name?
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Lao She is known for his works about which city?
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Which of the following is NOT a work by Lao She?
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In which year did Lao She pass away?
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Which of Lao She's works was adapted into an opera by the famous Chinese composer, Tan Dun?
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Lao She was also known for his work in what other field?
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Which of Lao She's works was banned during the Cultural Revolution in China?
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Lao She spent several years living and working in which country?
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Which of the following themes is NOT present in Lao She's works?
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Which of Lao She's works was adapted into a film by the renowned Chinese director, Zhang Yimou?
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Which of Lao She's works is based on his experiences as a teacher in a small Chinese village?
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Lao She's works often reflect his deep concern for the plight of which group of people?
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