See How Much You Know About China

During the Nineteenth Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing in 2017, a tourist photographs a souvenir plate featuring Chinese President Xi Jinping in a shop near Tiananmen Square.
During the Nineteenth Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing in 2017, a tourist photographs a souvenir plate featuring Chinese President Xi Jinping in a shop near Tiananmen Square. Jason Lee/Reuters

From population to trade, test your knowledge of China's history, politics, economy, and relations with the United States.

September 25, 2018 11:00 am (EST)

During the Nineteenth Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing in 2017, a tourist photographs a souvenir plate featuring Chinese President Xi Jinping in a shop near Tiananmen Square.
During the Nineteenth Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing in 2017, a tourist photographs a souvenir plate featuring Chinese President Xi Jinping in a shop near Tiananmen Square. Jason Lee/Reuters
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Test your knowledge of countries, history, economics, foreign policy, and more.

With the largest population and second-largest economy of any country, the People's Republic of China has enormous influence in today's world. How much do you know about the Middle Kingdom?

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