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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

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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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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