According to the fable The Turtle in the Mud, which of the following statements is wrong?
A The King of Chu despatched two emissaries to give a message to Zhuangzi.
B The King of Chu wanted Zhuangzi to help him administer all his territories.
C Zhuangzi focused all his attention on fishing and didn’t notice the two emissaries.
D Zhuangzi refused the King of Chu’s invitation because he had no interest in fame and fortune.
According to the fable The Turtle in the Mud, which of the following statements is correct?
A Zhuangzi had greater ambition and he had a plan to replace the King of Chu.
B Zhuangzi compared himself to the tortoise in the temple.
C Zhuangzi preferred to practice divination (占卜) by himself.
D Zhuangzi knew that a magical tortoise was used to practice divination (占卜) in the State of Chu.
According to the fable Swallows Nest in the Eave, which statement about the swallows is wrong?
A They would not stop for the food that dropped in flight.
B They preferred living in the forest.
C They always put safety as a priority.
D They built their nests in the eave.
According to the fable Swallows Nest in the Eave, which is NOT the way mentioned to promote mutual understanding in a cross-cultural environment?
A We should actively build cross-cultural relationships by engaging the people from the other culture.
B We should show openness and friendliness to the people from the other culture.
C We should always strengthen our competitiveness and take the lead.
D We should try to see cross-cultural differences as potential for enrichment and improvement.
According to the fable Yao’s Question, which statement about Yao is correct?
A He was timid by nature.
B He kept thinking of shooting the sun.
C He kept thinking of attacking three states.
D He regarded himself a primitive living in brushwood.
What’s the main implication of the fable Yao’s Question?
A It’s significant for us to realize that everyone is unique.
B It’s necessary for us to get prepared for the unexpected danger.
C We should learn to tolerate and cooperate with others.
D We must have our own competitive advantage if we want to achieve success.