Southeast Asia 1
Southeast Asia 2
Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region
Pacific Region 1
Pacific Region 2
100

Name one country located in South-East Asia

Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, etc.

100

Name one of the European countries that had colonial rule in Southeast Asia?

Britain, France, Portugal, Netherlands, United States

100

Name one of the major religions of Southeast Asia and the Pacific Region

Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism

100

Name one country located in the Pacific Region 

Australia, New Zealand, etc.

100

The easter island in the Pacific Region is famous for _______?

Large head statues

200

Name one of the countries that was located inside of French Indochina?

Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos

200

What is the main religion of the Phillipines?

Christianity

200

What is the main religion of Indonesia?

Sunni Islam

200

A member of the earliest people in Australia is called an ______?

Aborigine

200

A member of the earliest people of New Zealand is called a _____?

Maori

300

Who did the United States support during the Vietnam War? South Vietnam or North Vietnam?

South Vietnmam

300

Name three countries in Southeast Asia in which Buddhism is the main religion today.

Thailand, Myanmar, Laos

300

What is a nationalist?

A person who is devoted to the interests of his or her own. country

300

How does the history of Australia and New Zealand help explain why their cultures reflect a British heritage?

Great Britain set up the first colony there.
300

Are the Maori a minority population or majority population in New Zealand?

Minority population (15%)

400

What happened to the Southeast Asian countries after 1945?

They gained independence.

400

How did Hinduism and Buddhism come to Southeast Asia?

From India

400

Who was Pol Pot?

The leader of the Cambodian Communist Party.

400

In what year did Australia become independent?

1901

400

In what year did New Zealand become independent?

1947

500

What happened in Vietnam in 1954?

Vietnamese forces forced France to give up power and leave.

500
Thailand was the only country in Southeast Asia that was not under colonial rule by 1914. Thailand was known as Siam until 1939. Spain ruled the Philippines for about 350 years. In 1898, however, which country defeated Spain, in which war?

United States in the Spanish-American War

500

Many immigrants recently have come to Australia from Asian countries because 

Australia has a high standard of living.

500

What happened in Australia in 1788? 

The British founded the first colony in Australia as a penal colony.

500

What is a station?

A large ranch for raising livestock

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