8 Most VSAQ’s of National Liberation Movements in the Colonies Chapter in Class 10th Social (TS/AP)

2 Marks

VSAQ-1 : What was the programme of Sun Yat-sen?

Sun Yat-sen’s programme was known as the Three Principles (San Min Chu-i):

  1. San – Nationalism: Overthrowing foreign dynasty.
  2. Min – Democracy: Establishing a democratic government.
  3. Chui – Socialism: Controlling industries and implementing land reforms.

VSAQ-2 : What were the four virtues that the women had to cultivate in China as Chiang-Kai-sheik?

Under Chiang Kai-shek’s leadership, women were expected to cultivate the following four virtues:

  1. Chastity
  2. Appearance
  3. Speech
  4. Work

VSAQ-3 : What was the practice of foot-binding?

Foot-binding was a historical practice in China characterized by the following

  1. Tightly Bound Feet: Women’s feet were tightly bound to prevent normal growth, resulting in small and deformed feet.
  2. Symbol of Beauty and Social Status: Foot-binding was considered a symbol of beauty and social status, despite its harmful effects on women’s health and mobility.

VSAQ-4 : What happened on 4th may 1919 in China?

On May 4, 1919, a significant protest took place in Beijing, China, against the decisions made during the Versailles Peace Conference, particularly the treatment of China’s territorial rights. This event marked a turning point in China’s modern history and is known as the May Fourth Movement.

VSAQ-5 : What were the major political parties that emerged during the period?

The major political parties that emerged during the period were:

  1. The Guomindang (The National People’s Party)
  2. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP)

VSAQ-6 : When did Nigerians elect democratic government?

Nigerians elected a democratic government in 1999.

VSAQ-7 : Who were called warlords?

Warlords in China were regional military leaders who controlled different regions of the country, often with their own private armies. They held significant power and authority during periods of political instability and fragmentation in China.

VSAQ-8 : When was peking University established?

Peking University was established on July 3, 1898.