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On the morning of October 4, 1998, a determined Rabbi Shalom Greenberg woke up with only one thought on his mind—building a sukkah. He did not expect to get arrested, but that is nearly what happened...
A Thousand Years of Jewish Settlement in China
Over many centuries changing political and economic realities brought several distinct waves of Jewish emigrants to China, their impact was international and their history reverberates until today.
Life in Beijing, China, is never lonely, and certainly never dull, for Dini Freundlich of Chabad House Beijing China. She hasn’t the time. Dini and her husband Rabbi Shimon Freundlich have been serving the Jewish community in Beijing, China, since 2002. A...
During the Russo-Japanese War, tens of thousands of Jewish conscripts found themselves in China. Collaborating with the imperial Russian government, the fifth rebbe of Chabad-Lubavitch instigated a campaign to provide them with Passover matzah.
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