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Jewish China and Jewish Asia Resources on the Web
Compiled by Joy Katzen-Guthrie

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RECOMMENDED READING OR VIEWING ON JEWISH ASIA & JEWISH CHINA (Books, Videos, DVDs)

Almost Englishmen: Baghdadi Jews in British Burma, by Ruth Fredman Cernea
A Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara : Hero of the Holocaust by Alison Leslie Gold
Bridge Across Broken Time: Chinese and Jewish Cultural Memory, by Vera Schwarcz
China and the Jewish People, Old Civilizations in a New Era, by Dr. Shalom Salomon Wald
China Dreams: Growing Up Jewish in Tientsin (Singular Lives), by Isabelle Maynard
Chinese and Jews: Encounters Between Cultures, by Irene Eber
Chinese Jews: A Compilation of Matters Relating to the Jews of K'aifeng Fu, By William Charles White, Ronald James Williams
Chinese Passover Haggadah, Published in Shanghai 2009
Chinese Perceptions of the Jews and Judaism: A History of the Youtai, Zhou Xun
The Covenant and the Mandate of Heaven: An In-Depth Comparative Cultural Study of Judaism and China, by Tiberiu Weisz
Dropped from Heaven: Stories of the Bene Israel Community of India, by Sophie Judah
Facing West: Oriental Jews of Central Asia and the Caucasus, by Waanders Uitgevers Zwolle
Fragile Branches: Travels through the Jewish Diaspora by James R. Ross
From the Rivers of Babylon to the Whangpoo: A Century of Sephardi Jewish Life in Shanghai by Maisie Meyer
The Fugu Plan: The Untold Story Of The Japanese And The Jews During World War II, by Marvin Tokayer
Ghetto Shanghai, by Evelyn Pike Rubin
Goodbye Shanghai, by Sam Moshinsky
In Search of Sugihara: The Elusive Japanese Dipolomat Who Risked his Life to Rescue 10,000 Jews From the Holocaust, by Hillel Levine
Japanese Diplomats and Jewish Refugees: A World War II Dilemma, by Pamela Rotner Sakamoto
Jewish Communities in Exotic Places, by Ken Blady
Jewish Cultural Tapestry: International Jewish Folk Traditions by Steven M. Lowenstein
Jews and India: Perceptions and Image, Yulia Egorova
Jews and India: Perceptions and Image, Kindle Edition, Yulia Egorova
Jews and Judaism in Modern China, by Avrum M. Ehrlich
Jews in British India: Identity in a Colonial Era, by Joan G. Roland
The Jews in China, 2005, by Pan Guang
The Jews in China, 2001, by Pan Guang
Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars, by Sidney Shapiro
Jews in Places You Never Thought of, by Karen Primack, Editor
The Jews in Shanghai (Youtai Ren Zai Shanghai) by Pan Guang
The Jews of Asia: Especially in the 16th and 17th Centuries, by Sidney Mendelssohn
The Jews Of Asia: Especially In The Sixteenth And Seventeenth Centuries (1920), by Sidney Mendelssohn
The Jews of Kaifeng, China: History, Culture, and Religion, Xu Xin
The Kaifeng Stone Inscriptions: : The Legacy of the Jewish Community in Ancient China, by Tiberiu Weisz
The Last Jews of Kerala: The Two Thousand Year History of India's Forgotten Jewish Community, Edna Fernandes
A last look: Western architecture in old Shanghai, by Tess Johnston
Legends of the Chinese Jews of Kaifeng, by Xu Xin with Beverly Friend
The Man Who Stayed Behind, by Sidney Rittenberg
Mandarins, Jews, And Missionaries: Jewish Experience In The Chinese Empire, by Michael Pollak
My China: Jewish Life in the Orient 1900-1950, by Yaacov Liberman
Orientalism and the Jews, by Ivan Davidson Kalmar, Derek Jonathan Penslar
Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story, by Ken Mochizuki
Passover Haggadah China, First Edition 2009, just released
Peony, by Pearl S. Buck
Place and Memory in the Singing Crane Garden, by Vera Schwarcz
Port of Last Resort: The Diaspora Communities of Shanghai (Book) by Marcia Ristaino
Port of Last Resort: Zuflucht in Shanghai (DVD)
Reyna and the Jade Star, by Robin K. Levinson, A Gali Girls Jewish Histories Series Book,
Reyna and the Jade Star, Gali Girls Jewish History Series
Sassoon: The Worlds of Philip and Sybil, by Peter Stansky
Shalom India Housing Society (Jewish Women Writers), by Esther David
Shanghai Ghetto, The Documentary Film
Shanghai Ghetto, Digital Download, The Documentary Film
The Shanghai I Knew: A Foreign Native in Pre-Revolutionary China, Ellis Jacob
Shanghai Refuge: A Memoir of the World War II Jewish Ghetto, by Ernest G. Heppner
Shanghai Remembered... Stories Of Jews Who Escaped To Shanghai From Nazi Europe, by Berl Falbaum
Shanghai Story Walks, by Yvette Ho Madany
Strange Haven: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Shanghai, by Sigmund Tobias
Strangers Always: A Jewish Family in Wartime Shanghai, by Reno Krasno
Sugihara - Conspiracy of Kindness (DVD)
Survival in Shanghai: The Journals of Fred Marcus 1939-1949 by Audrey Friedman Marcus and Rena Krasno
Survival of the Chinese Jews: The Jewish Community of Kaifeng, by Donald Leslie
Ten Green Bottles: The True Story of One Family's Journey from War-torn Austria to the Ghettos of Shanghai, by Vivian Jeanette Kaplan
Tess Johnston in Shanghai
To Wear the Dust of War: From Bialystok to Shanghai to the Promised Land, an Oral History, by Samuel Iwry
The Torah Scrolls of the Chinese Jews, by Michael Pollak
Two-Gun Cohen: A Biography, by Daniel S. Levy
Voices from Shanghai: Jewish Exiles in Wartime China, by Irene Eber
Wanderers and Settlers in the Far East: A Century of Jewish Life in China and Japan, Herman Dicker
Wanderers and Settlers In The Far East A Century Of Jewish Life in the Far East, by Herman Dicker
Who Are the Jews of India? by Nathan Katz


CHIUNE SUGIHARA • VISAS FOR LIFE • RIGHTEOUS AMONG NATIONS

100th Anniversary of China's Shindler Marked, China People's Daily, September 10, 2001
100th Anniversary of China's Shindler Marked, China Cable Television, September 10, 2001
A Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara : Hero of the Holocaust by Alison Leslie Gold
A Special Fate: Chiune Sugihara: Hero of the Holocaust, Teacher Guide [pdf document]
Academy Award-winning tale of heroism now available on home video, November 27, 1998, Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
China: Visas For Life, Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance Multimedia Learning Center Online
Chiune (Sempo) Sugihara: Righteous among the Nations Lesson Plan for High School Students, Yad Vashem
Chiune and Yukiko Sugihara, American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, Jewish Virtual Library, 2001
Chiune Sugihara (1900-1986), [pdf document]
Chiune Sugihara, Wikipedia
Chiune Sugihara Bibliography, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C.
Chiune Sugihara, The “Japanese Schindler,” Zamira Chenn, Jewish Post
Chiune Sugihara - The Savior of Thousands of Jews During the Holocaust, Mark Goldsmith, May, 2001, I. L. Peretz Community Jewish School
Chiune Sugihara Memorial, Hero of the Holocaust, Ramon G. Velazco, 2002
Chiune Sugihara's Strange Conspiracy of Goodness, by Ari Zivotofsky, Jewish World Review
Commentary on Visa Question, Lotte Marcus, August 8, 2003
Considering Other Choices: Chiune Sugihara's Rescue of Polish Jews (pdf document)
Curacao Visas Affair, remember.org
Escape from Poland Through Poland to Japan and China, Flight and Rescue Exhibit, U.S. US Holocaust Museum, April 2000
The Heroism of Chiune Sugihara, Veronica Green, Remember.org
A Hidden Life: A Short Introduction to Chiune Sugihara, Stephen Keeler, Fall 2003
Hiroki Sugihara, son of 'Japanese Schindler,' dies at 64, Joe Eskenazi, June 22, 2001, Jewish News Weekly of Northern Callifornia
The Holocaust Album: Chiune Sugihara, Website of Ron Greene
Holocaust Memorial Museum's Flight and Rescue Exhibition - Japanese and Dutch Diplomats Save 2,100, Gad Nahshon, Jewish Post
Hundreds Gather at Beth-El to Honor WWII Japanese Diplomat, David Scharfenberg, Jewish Weekly News of Northern California, December 20, 2002
In Search of Sugihara: The Elusive Japanese Dipolomat Who Risked his Life to Rescue 10,000 Jews From the Holocaust, by Hillel Levine
Institute for the Study of Rescue and Altruism in the Holocaust, A Project Honoring Individuals and Organizations That Rescued Jews and Others During the Holocaust, 1933-45
Japan During the Holocaust Years as Seen from the New Documentation, Holocaust Survivors and Remembrance Project
Japanese and Dutch Diplomats Save 2,100: Holocaust Memorial Museum's Flight and Rescue Exhibition, Jewish Post of New York, June 2000
Japanese Diplomats and Jewish Refugees: A World War II Dilemma, Review of book by Pamela Rotner Sakamoto, 1999
Japanese Diplomats and Jewish Refugees: A World War II Dilemma, by Pamela Rotner Sakamoto
Japanese Diplomats and Jewish Refugees: a World War II Dilemma, (Book Review from: Canadian Journal of History), Digital Download
Japanese Holocaust Rescurer - Chiune Sugihara, YouTube
The Japanese Schindler, Fred Tasker, Night Ridder News Service
The Japanese Schindler, Immortal Chaplains Foundation Prize For Humanity 2000
Japanese Schindler' and 2,100 Visas for Jews, Roberta Hershenson, May 12, 1996, New York Times
Jewish Aid and Rescue, Holocaust Encyclopedia
Lifesaver Hero: Chiune and Yukiko Sugihara, Eric Saul, 1995, myhero.com
Light One Candle: A Child's Diary of the Holocaust, Exhibit Information, September 2006
The Miracle of Chanukah 1939: Bearing Witness, Solly Ganor, December 16, 2006
Marco Paulo Photolog, Levantine Blog Site (scroll down for photo of Shanghai Jewish sites)
Multimedia Learning Center: Visas For Life, Simon Wiesenthal Center
On Chiune Sugihara, by Anthony Porco
One More Great Man In The World: Chiune Sugihara, Abu Hasnat
Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story, by Ken Mochizuki
Remembering Yukiko Sugihara, Masha Leon, Jewish Daily Forward, October 23, 2008
Righteous And Courageous: How a Japanese Diplomat Saved Thousands Of Jews In Lithuania From The Holocaust, by Carl L. Steinhouse
Samuil Manski: Recipient of Sugihara Visa, Visas For Life
San Francisco Community Leader Saved by Japanese Shindler Dies, Leslie Katz, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, September 3, 1999
Searching for Sugihara, jewishsightseeing.com
Sempo Sugihara: A Righteous Person, by Chris Salierno, An End to Intolerance Magazine
Sempo Sugihara, Yad Vashem Memorial
Sempo Sugihara Remembered, Chris Salierno, Cold Spring Harbor High School, New York
Stamped for Life, Gavriel Horan, November 2008, Aish.com
Sugihara Project, Dr. David Eagleman
The Sugihara Story (pdf document)
Sugihara - Conspiracy of Kindness (DVD)
Sugihara: Conspiracy of Kindness, Readings, PBS.org
Sugihara's Pen Was Mightier Than Nazis When Signing Visas To Save Jews Fleeing Holocaust, by George Johnston, Investors.com, December 8, 2011
Through a Nazi Lens, Masha Leon, July 15, 2010, Jewish Daily Forward
Virtue: Sempo Sugihara, A Play by Koichi Hiraishi, Reviewed by CurtainUp, January 18, 1998
Visas and Virtue (1997 Film), Imdb
Visas and Virtue From Stage to Screen
Visas and Virtue, Wikipedia
Visas for Life by Yukiko Sugihara
Visas For Life, Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1997
Visas For Life: Centennial Celebration in Japan to Honor Chiune Sugihara
Visas for Life: 1900-2000 Centennial Celebration in Japan to Honor Chiune Sugihara, Chiune Sugihara Centennial Celebration Committee 2000
Visas for Life: 1900-2000 Centennial Celebration in Japan ~ Sugihara: A History, Chiune Sugihara Centennial Celebration Committee 2000
Wife of the "Japanese Schindler" takes action, November 23 2002, theage.com.au


HO FENG-SHAN • FENG-SHAN HO • VISAS FOR LIFE • RIGHTEOUS GENTILES

100th Anniversary of Birth of China's Shindler Marked, People's Daily, September 10, 2001, www.china.org.cn
100th Anniversary of Birth of China's Shindler Marked, People's Daily, September 10, 2001, Chinese Cable Television
The Angel of Austria's Jews, Mark O'Neil, South China Morning Post
Asian American Heritage/Notable Asian Americans: Feng-Shan Ho, Teacher.Scholastic.com
Chengdu show commemorates China's Schindler, November 29, 2002, China Society For Human Rights Studies
China's Schindler: Dr.Fengshan Ho, Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the State of Israel
Chinese Official Named Righteous Among the Nations, by Jonathan Krashinsky, Jerusalem Post, November 2000
Chinese Shindler Remembered, a collection of articles
Commentary on Visa Question, Lotte Marcus, PhD, August 8, 2003, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota
Courageous diplomat lauded, April 11, 2000, China Daily
Der "Schindler von China": Ho Fengshan und die Visa zum Überleben von Kai Portmann für dpa, March 2002
Diplomat acted to save lives, Li Xing, ChinaDaily.com
Diplomat Rescuers and the Story of Feng Shan Ho, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Diplomatic Rescue: Shanghai as a Means of Escape, Manli Ho, rickshaw.org
Exhibit opens on 'Chinese Schindler' who lived in S.F., Andy Altman-Ohr, February 25, 2000, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California,
Exodus to China, Devra Ferst, Jewish Daily Forward, March 18, 2009
Feng Shan Ho, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota
Feng-Shan Ho, Virtual Jewish Library
Feng-Shan Ho: Diplomat and Rescuer of Jews, by James Wong, McGill Refugee Research Project
Feng-Shan Ho and the Rescue of Austrian Jews, Vancouver Net
Holocaust exhibition reveals moral courage of diplomats, By Hope Green, September 2002, B.U. Bridge
Honoring the Righteous, By Brianne Korn, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Hotel Shanghai, Jyanni Steffanson
Miracle man: How one Chinese diplomat saved thousands of Jews from the death camps, Joe O'Connor, nationalpost.com, November 1, 2011
Remembering my Father, Dr Feng Shan Ho, Manli Ho, September 26, 2007, China Daily)
In Seattle, a tribute to a Chinese man who saved Jewish lives, Yellowworld.org
Institute for the Study of Rescue and Altruism in the Holocaust, A Project Honoring Individuals and Organizations That Rescued Jews and Others During the Holocaust, 1933-45
Israel Honors Chinese Diplomat For Saving Jews From Holocaust, English People's Daily, October 25, 2000
Israel remembers 'China's Schindler', Li Xiaokun, September 28, 2007, China Daily
Jews in Shanghai: The Story of Survival, Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
Landau's Life Inspires Hope and Courage, by Rachel G. Thomas
Lecture and Film Series on World War II: Keynote Speaker Manli Ho: May 2008, Washington DC, norway.org
Timeline, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota
Trailing Her Father, Woman Finds Hero, Sara Isadora Mancuso, Philadelphia Inquirer
Tribute to a Man Who Saved Jewish Lives, by Gina Kim, Oklahoma Daily, May 29, 2002


JEWISH ADOPTION of Chinese & Asian Children

A Bridge Between Cultures: Jewish Couple Adopts Biracial Children, adoption.com
A deaf Indonesian 12-year-old is not your typical bat mitzvah, by Jessica Leader, JTA News, February 7, 2012
Adoption & the Jewish Family, by Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg
Adoptive Jewish Families Head Back to China, Daniel Levisohn, February 27, 2008, Jewish Daily Forward
All-American, with One foot in China, March 27, 2004, Kari Huus, MSNBC
Bamboo Cradle: A Jewish Father's Story, by Avraham Schwartzbaum
The Bamboo Cradle Revisited: An Adoption Story, Review by Myra Hettleman
Adoptive parents grapple with race, culture and growing up, Kari Huus, MSNBC
Communities Transformed, Debra Nussbaum Cohen, JTA
Converting Our Adopted Daughter To My Husband's Religion, by Karen Loftus Zaretsky, InterfaithFamily.com
Crossing Cultures: Creating Identity in Chinese and Jewish American Literature, Judith Oster, University of Missouri Press
Families with Children from China
Finding Zhao Gu: Adoption & the American Family, Jeff Gammage, NY Times, November 2, 2007
Ghosts of the Orphanage (In Five Parts), American Radio Works
How Do You Say "Happy Chanukah" In Mandarin? Daniela Gerson, December 23, 2003, New York Sun
How Jews blend three cultures with Asian adoptions, by Joshua Brandt, August 25, 2000, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California
If It's Friday, This Must Be Beijing, Bringing Xiao Ling Home Blogspot
Increasing diversity redefining America's Jewry, by Stephanie Siek, CNN.com
The Jew, the Hindu and the petri dish: East Bay rabbi and her husband find joy in Indian surrogacy, by Jason Schwartz, January 12, 2012
Jewish Adoptees, adoption.com
Jewish Ex-Supe, Mother of Chinese Boy, Helps Found School, Karen Koenig, Jewish Weekly News of Northern California, June 23, 1995
Journey From a Chinese Orphanage to a Jewish Rite of Passage, Andy Newman, March 8, 2007, New York Times
Kreplach and wontons: Asian-American Havurah helps blend two cultures, traditions, Leisah Namm, October 24, 2003, Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
Mixed-race Jewish children locate their communal comfort zone, Sue Fishkoff, The JC.com, November 12, 2009
New lecture series in Oakland hopes to generate a better acceptance of Jews of color, JWeekly.com, October 13, 2011
Non-Members of The Tribe: Part 1, newvoices, National Jewish Student Magazine, November 1, 2011
Om-Shalomers Come of Age: Children of Jewish and Hindu Parents Are Emerging as a New Cultural Subset, Jeremy Caplan
Our Chinese Daughters Foundation
Pizza, Noodles and Latkes, Hedi Molnar, InterfaithFamily.com
Rabbi probes issues around non-Jewish adoption, Karen Koenig, December 11, 1998, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California
Raising a Jewish-Chinese Daughter in North America, Marlyn Kress, myjewishlearning.com
Raising Children on Kugel and Kimchi, and as Jews, Kathy Seal, Jewish Daily Forward, May 18, 2011
Special Kind of Adoption: Jewish Adoptive Families, Ellen Singer LCSW-C, adoptionissues.org
They Too Are Chosen, adoption.com
Stars of David International, Inc: Jewish Adoption Information Exchange, with Jewish Adoption Resources worldwide, including Asia
Study of People who are Asian-American and Jewish, seeking Jewish parents who have adopted children from China.
Tanoblog: Adoption, an Asian Jewish daughter
Twins' B'not Mitzvah reflects Korean Jewish Heritage, Natalie K. Pollack, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, March 31, 2000
When Jews opt to adopt, help comes from alliance, Jane Clifford, October 29, 2005, SanDiego.com
With Chai You Get Eggroll: Raising a Jewish-Chinese Daughter in America, Marilyn Press
Wuhu Diary: On Taking My Adopted Daughter Back to Her Hometown in China, by Emily Prager


JEWISH ASIA • General or Multi-Subject Resources


OTHER JEWISH COMMUNITIES OF ASIA: Cambodia, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam

Various

Chabad of Asia
Chabad Seders Around the World: 4,340 And Counting, March 27, 2007, crownheights.info
Dispersed Jewish Communities
In Sliver of Indonesia, Public Embrace of Judaism, Norimitsu Onishi, New York Times, November 22, 2010
Jews of Indonesia, YouTube.com
Jews in Places You Never Thought of, by Karen Primack, Editor
Jews of Nepal, haruth.com
List of Asian Jews: Wikipedia
Save the Matzah: Wine to Katmandu for Pesach crashes in Nepal; Chabad hires helicopter to save goods in time for seder night, Ilan Marciano, April 21, 2005, Israel News
Virtual Jewish History Tour of Nepal

Burma/Myanmar

Almost Englishmen: Baghdadi Jews in British Burma, by Ruth Fredman Cernea
Burmese Jew Shoulders Burden of His Heritage, Seth Mydans, New York Times, July 23, 2002
In Burmese Chanukah celebration, signs of Myanmar’s openness to the West, By Ben G. Frank, JTA, January 3, 2012,
Jewish Burma, Haruth.com
Jewish Life in Pagoda Land, Sammy Samuels [pdf document]
A Jewish presence continues in this jungle land, by Ben G. Frank, Jewish Chronicle
A Jewish presence in the land of the ‘Golden Pagodas, By Ben G. Frank, Jerusalem Post, November 27, 2011
A Jewish Tour of Burma, Sammy Samuels, Jerusalem Post, December 19, 2009
Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue, Yangon, Myanmar, Wikipedia
Myanmar Shalom Travels
Synagogues of the World: Myanmar (Burma), Jewish Virtual Library

Malaysia

History of the Jews in Malaysia, Wikipedia
International Jewish Cemetery Project, Malaysia, International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies
Jewish Cemetery in Malaysia, YouTube
Jewish Cemetery in Penang, YouTube
Jewish Malaysia and Singapore: A Video Report From Yiddish Forward Correspondent Ross Perlin
Jewish Remnants of Malaysia Photos
Kosher Malaysia, kosherdelight.com
Malaysia: Jewish Cemetery Preserved in State of Penang, March 07, 2007
Malaysia's Rebel Filmmakers, Jakarta Globe, November 22, 2011
Of Indian food, Chinese temples, and Jewish Graves … in Malaysia, UMW Region GeogBlog
Penang's Jewish Cemetery, Malaysia
Penang, Malaysia Jews, March 6, 2007
Virtual Jewish History Tour: Malaysia, Jewish Virtual Library

Singapore

Chabad Congregation Magein Avot, Singapore
Chabad Rabbi Represents Judaism at Singapore's IRO, M. Phillips, December 17, 2007, lubavitch.com
The history of Jews in Singapore, 1830-1945, by Eze Nathan
Jewish Malaysia and Singapore: A Video Report From Yiddish Forward Correspondent Ross Perlin
Jewish Art in Singapore, Exhibition of biblical and kabbalah inspired artwork by Raphael Abecassis, September 22, 2011
Jewish Singapore, haruth.com
Robert Case Discovers Jewish Sites Around the World: Singapore
Singapore Jewish Communities, Jewish Welfare Board
Singapore Jewish Contacts, Maven.co.il
Synagogues of the World: Singapore, Jewish Virtual Library
Virtual Jewish History Tour of Singapore, Jewish Virtual Library

South Korea

A Very Korean Sukkot, Jewish Journal, October 12, 2011
Chabad Korea
Chabad goes Korean, April 17, 2008, JewishLedger.com
Chabad to Open Centers in Serbia, Cyprus, South Korea, November 13, 2007, Arutz Sheva
Jewish Korea, haruth.com
Jews in South Korea Gather for a Rare Kosher Meal, August 19, 2007, crownheights.info
New Center in South Korea, Dovid Zaklikowski, chabad.org
Virtual Jewish History Tour of South Korea, Jewish Virtual Library

Sri Lanka

Secrets of Ceylon: What happened to the Jews of Sri Lanka? by Andrew Harris, Asian Jewish Life

Thailand/Cambodia

Blog: Jewish in Cambodia - Chabad Lubavitch World Headquarters
Chabad Jewish Community of Thailand
Chabad-Lubavitch Centers in Thailand
Discovering Thailand & Cambodia, Henry and Elaine Levy, Jewish Post
Helping Thailand's child victims, Jessica Elgot, The Jewish Chronicle, September 8, 2011
Inside Bangkok’s Chabad House, Richard S. Ehrlich, CNNGo, December 11, 2009
Jewish Life in Bangkok, Bangkok Post, February 27, 2012
Jewish Life in Thailand, Henry and Elaine Levy, Jewish Post of New York Online
Jewish Volunteers Comfort Victims of Thailand Flooding, By Tamar Runyan, Chabad-Lubavitch News, November 17, 2011
The Jews of Khao San Road, Baila Lazarus, orchiddesigns.net
Jews of Thailand, haruth.com
Passover in Cambodia, April 3, 2007, Life Peripatetically Blog Spot
Synagogues of the World: Thailand, Jewish Virtual Library
Thailand Jewish Community
Thailand Jewish Cemetery Project, International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies
Thai Tourism Veterans Unite in Cross-Section of Jewish Life, Joshua Runyan and Tamar Runyan, Feb 5, 2008, Chabad.org
Virtual Jewish History Tour of Thailand, Jewish Virtual Library

Vietnam

Boker Tov, Vietnam, Jerusalem Post, January 7, 2012
Chabad Center Vietnam
Chabad Jewish Center Vietnam
Hanukkah in Ho Chi Minh, November 17, 2006, Levantine Blog
Ho Chi Minh City Becomes Hub for Southeast Asian Jewry’s High Holiday Festivities, Dovid Zaklikowski, Sep 24, 2007, chabad.org
Israelis in Vietnam, by Laura Rosbrow, Jerusalem Post, January 22, 2012
Marco Paulo Photolog, Levantine Blog Site (scroll down for photo of Saigon Jewish sites)
New Chabad House Opens in Vietnam, Rivka Chaya Berman, June 22, 2006, lubavitch.com
New Chabad House Opens in Vietnam, crownheights.info
Opportunities Beckoning Jews to Vietnam, Ellen Cassedy, JTA
Playing Jewish Geography in Phnom Penh: The redevelopment of a community, by Craig Gerard, Asian Jewish Life
Shabbos in Vietnam, Shaindy Perl, aish.com
Sufganiyot in Saigon, December 22, 2006, Tales of a Wandering Jew Blogspot
Vietnamese Boat People in the Promised Land, by Menucha Chana Levin, aish.com


JEWISH BEIJING

2004 June Israeli Delegation to China: Part 1, Beijing (Scroll through hundreds of photos through arrows at bottom of pages)
A Shabbaton In Beijing, jewishsightseeing.com
Amid Beijing’s Boom, a Jewish Community Blooms, Dan Levin, Jewish Daily Forward, July 31, 2008
As China's Economy Grows, so Does the Jewish Community -- and Chabad, Larry Luxner, June 23, 2006, JTA
As Olympics Near Their Close, Life in Beijing Goes On, Dan Levin, Jewish Daily Forward, August 22, 2008
Beijing ... A Minyan at the Great Wall ... Chabad-Centers, March 12, 1999
Beijing, China Communities, Jewish Times Asia
Beijing's Bagels Taste Like Brooklyn's, Dan Levin, Jewish Daily Forward, August 22, 2008
Beijing's Chabad Rabbi Helps China See the Light, Dan Levin, Jewish Daily Forward, August 19, 2008
Beijing's Only Kosher restaurant mulls second branch ahead of Olympics, January 31, 2008, Associated Press
Chabad House in China, Lubavitch.com
Chabad of Beijing
Chabad stakes claim in China, Larry Luxner, June 23, 2006, JTA
The Challenge of Keeping China Kosher, latimes.com
From The Archives-Beijing China, ChanaleSings Blog
Chaya Mushka Freundlich Bat Mitzvah Home Site
Children Create Aid Packages from Ganeinu School of Beijing, Photos and Hebrew-Language Report
Demanding Jews "living large" in Beijing, May 5, 2006, derkeiler.com
Demolition Doesn’t Deter Beijing’s Only Kosher Restaurant, June 11, 2009, chabad.org
Dini's Kosher Restaurant, Beijing
Eastern Wall: Local youth celebrates Bar Mitzvah at China's Great Wall, Scott Factor, August 23, 2002, Kansas City Jewish Chronicle
Embassy of Israel in Beijing
Essence of China Captured by Local Photographer, Tami Bickley, Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
Expatriates in China spur revival of Jewish communities, Tom Tugend, July 2, 1998, JTA
For Jews Far from Home, Life in Beijing, China is Never Lonely, Whimsy Anderson, chabad.org
For Shabbat in Beijing, A Bar Mitzvah and Kosher Bird’s Nest, Dan Levin, Jewish Daily Forward, August 16, 2008
The Four-Bedroom Kibbutz: Moshe House Provides Residences for Young Jews, Fred A. Bernstein, NY Times, February 10, 2010
Ganeinu International School, Beijing
How to keep it kosher, March 28, 2008, China Daily
The Human Spirit: Selihot in Beijing, Barbara Soffer, September 28, 2005
If It's Friday, This Must Be Beijing, Bringing Xiao Ling Home Blogspot
In The First Person: On Vacation in Beijing, Micah Members Attend Shabbat Services, Sample Kosher Restaurant, January 2008, Temple Micah
Kosher Certification: Made in China: Beijing, Alison Klayman, March 11, 2008, JTA Wire Service
Kehillat Beijing: Jewish Community of Beijing
Klezmer Bands by location around the world: Kehillat Beijing Klezmorim
Kosher Certification: Made in China, crownheights.info
Loewenberg: On Screen, Off Screen, & Behind the Scenes, by Jocelyn Eikenburg, Asian Jewish Life
Marco Paulo Photolog, Levantine Blog Site (scroll down for photo of Beijing Jewish Community)
Matzah in Beijing? April 15, 2006, Shamrock Jews Adventure Story
Meander with Menahem, Beijing: The Imperial City, April 15, 2008
Olympic rabbi runs a spiritual marathon at Beijing Games, Tal Dvir, Haaretz, August 20, 2008
Passover in Peking (or Besach in Beijing), Marion D.S. Dreyfus, April 8, 2004, Think-Israel
Rabbi Heads to Beijing for Some Face Time With China’s Leaders, Dan Levin, Jewish Daily Forward, August 18, 2008
Rocking it Big in Beijing: An Interview with Alan Paul, by Susan Blumberg-Kason
Rosh Hashanah... in China? September 14, 2007, Year of the Rats Blog Spot
Sexy Beijing' Charts Capital's Life, Elizabeth Yuan, May 16, 2007, CNN
Sexy Beijing: A Jew Brew, Anna Sophie Loewenberg, Danwei TV via YouTube
Shamrock Jews Adventure Story in Beijing
Sukkot: Beijing Style, Samuel Selmon, theJC.com, September 9, 2009
Tales of a Wandering Jew- Beijing, November 14, 2006, Levantine Blog Spot
The Challenge of Keeping China Kosher, kashrutnews.com
Third night of Chanukah at “Prince Gong’s Palace,” Shturem.net
Torah Dedication & Grand Opening Chabad, Beijing, You Tube
United, Chabad and Reform promote Jewish life in Beijing, Alison Klayman, March 27, 2008, JTA
The Way It Should Be, Schvach Yid, November 27, 2007, Schvach Blog Site

JEWISH CHINA • Links to General or Multi-Subject Resources

90-year-old Shapiro celebrates his fruitful life in China, Li Xing, December 22, 2005, ChinaDaily.com
A Blue-Capped Barbarian Untangles a Speech Problem, by Edward Ordman, Christian Science Monitor, May 22, 2003
A Chinese Jewish wedding in Jerusalem, YouTube
A Jewish Life in China, jewishsightseeing.com
Aftershocks Continue in China as Local Jews Distribute Water and Blankets, By Joshua Runyan, May 15, 2008, chabad.org
Amidst Growing European Anti-Semitism, China's Jewish Communities Enjoy Continuing Respect, by Joy Katzen-Guthrie, May 2002
Ancient Legacy of Chinese Jews, David Johnson, Learning Network
Ancient Relievo With Jewish Design Unearthed in East China, October 29, 2001, China Daily
Approaching Israel: A website introducing Israel and Jews to the Chinese People
Are There Really Jews in China? Danial J. Elazar, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Asian Jewish Life, current issue
Asian Jewish Life, Winter 2009-2010 Issue
Asian Jewish Life, Spring 2010 Issue
Asian Jewish Life
, Summer 2010 Issue
Asian Jewish Life, Autum 2010 Issue
Asian Jewish Life, Winter 2010/2011 Issue
Asian Jewish Life, Spring 2011 Issue
Asian Jewish Life, Autumn 2011 Issue
Asian Jewish Life, Winter 2011/2012 Issue
Association of Former Residents of China in Israel (Igud Yotzei Sin)
Beating Stereotypes in China, by Mike Levy, November 14, 2007, Jewish Daily Forward
Black Sheep Cousins, Illegally Obtained Organs, Mail-Order Brides: And a story any traveler in China can relate to, by Susan Blumberg-Kason, Asian Jewish Life
Bridge Across Broken Time: Chinese and Jewish Cultural Memory, by Vera Schwarcz
Bridge Across Broken Time, Chinese and Jewish Cultural Memory, by Vera Schwarcz
Bridge Across Broken Time: by Vera Schwarcz, Chapter One
Bridge Across Broken Time: New York Times Book Review by Judith Shapiro
Center For Jewish Studies, Shanghai, Wikipedia
Center For Jewish Studies Shanghai
Chabad Centers of China: Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong
Chabad-Lubavitch Centers of China
Chabad of China
Chabad Stakes Claim in China, Larry Luxner, June 23, 2006, JTA
Children Create Aid Packages from Ganeinu School of Beijing, Photos and Hebrew-Language Report
China, JewishEncyclopedia.com
China and Israel, 1948-1998: A Fifty Year Retrospective, by Jonathan Goldstein, Editor
China and the Jewish People, Old Civilizations in a New Era, by Dr. Shalom Salomon Wald
China Connection: Meet Xu Xin, Kulanu.org
China Gate: Chinese Language Interactive Site
China Good for the Jews, Rabbi Levi Brackman, April 13, 2008
China, Her Life and Her People, by Mildred Cable
China-Israel Tourism Improves Relations, youtube.com
China: Jewish Encyclopedia.com
China Jewish Heritage Tours & History
China's Jewish Heritage Uncovered, BBC News, September 28, 2000
China's Expert on Kabbalah and Jewish Literature, By Jonathan Wilson, Jewish Daily Forward, September 30, 2011
China's Israeli Connection, Miron Rezun, Canada Telegraph Journal, July 14, 2010
China's icy wonderland heads to Israel, chinadaily.com.cn, January 5, 2012
China's Lost Jews, Phyllis Orrick, August 6, 1997, San Francisco Weekly
China Synagogue Photos, Hong Kong, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
China Synagogue Photos, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Chinese Ambassador Visits Rosh Hanikra, Arutz Sheva, April 2, 2010
Chinese American School Takes Anne Frank to Heart, Karen Koenig, Jewish Weekly News of Northern California, June 1995
Chinese and Jews: Encounters Between Cultures, by Irene Eber
Chinese and Jews: Encounters Between Cultures, A review of Irene Eber's book, by Yaakov Shavit, Ha'aretz, December 2002
Chinese Are Jews Too, Rebecca Meiser, newvoices.org
A Chinese Fan Of Pearl S. Buck Returns The Favor, NPR, April 7, 2010
Chinese Government Hosts Joint Delegation of American Jewish Congress Leaders and Chinese-American Leaders, American Jewish Congress
Chinese Haggadah, 2009
A Chinese Homecoming, Robert Skidelsky, Prospect, Sunday, January 01, 2006
Chinese "Jew," Dan Bloom, September 5, 2005, Language Hat
Chinese Jewish Community Offers Spiritual and Material Support After Quake, Tamar Runyan, May 14, 2008, chabad.org
Chinese Jews Face Existential Questions, Bob Davis, August 16, 2011, Wall Street Journal Asia
Chinese Jews Feel More At Home In Israel, By Benjamin Haas of the Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post
Chinese Jews: History of the Jewish Community in China, Los Angeles Chinese Learning Center
Chinese Jewry: A Historical Overview, Joy Katzen-Guthrie
Chinese Jewry: films from Coalition for Jewish Learning, Milwaukee Jewish Federation
China Judaic Studies Association: Promoting Judaic Studies in China
Chinese Judaism: Bibliography
Chinese Kosher Cooking, by Betty S. Goldberg
Chinese Language Studies in Israel, YouTube
Chinese lovers, Jewish mothers and outside others, Downtown Express, January 11, 2012
Chinese Open New Chapter With the People of the Book, Xu Xin, April 20, 2007, Jewish Daily Forward
Chinese Perceptions of the Jews and Judaism: A History of the Youtai, Zhou Xun, 2001
Chinese Policy towards Judaism, Xu Xin, Nanjing University
Chinese Religions & Philosophies Links, Kenyon College
Chinese Scholar Traces History of Sino-Jewish Relations, by Sarah Coleman, Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, 1998
Chosen People: Why New Voices Chose the Chinese, by Daniel Treiman, NewVoices.org, November 2001
Chu-Chem, Internet Broadway Database
Chu-Chem, Wikipedia
Chu-Chem: A Musical: Review of the Broadway Production, Richard Shepard, December 23, 2988, New York Times
The City of Light, by Jacob D'Ancona & David Selbourne
City of Light: The Hidden Journal of the Man Who Entered China Four Years Before Marco Polo, by Jacob D Ancona & David Selbourne
Cohen, Morris (Moishe) Abraham, The Canadian Encyclopedia
Comic Strip Diplomacy: Sketching Chinese and Israeli history, by Erica Lyons, Asian Jewish Life
Confucian Business Group
Confucian Fusion, A review of Irene Eber's book, Chinese and Jews: Encounters Between Cultures, by Yaakov Shavit, Ha'aretz, December 2002
Cornell Student From China Becomes First to Translate Hebrew Novel to Chinese, Cornell University News, 1996
Courage to Be Happy: Jewish/Buddhist Teaching Stories on Gratitude, Compassion, and Mindful Awakening, Audiobook, by Sylvia Boorstein
The Covenant and the Mandate of Heaven: An In-Depth Comparative Cultural Study of Judaism and China, by Tiberiu Weisz
Cross-Cultural Connection, Pauline Yearwood, Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
David M. Bader: Haikus for Jews & Zen Judaism
Defense Ministry favors Chinese shofar: Israel Business, Ynetnews, September 18, 2011
Discovering China: World Religions in China
A Distant Land of Milk and Honey, Ruchira Paul, March 9, 2006
Earthquake Epicenter a Popular Hangout for Israelis, Tamar Runyan, May 11, 2008, chabad.org
ExploreJewish.net, a Chinese-language Site about the Jewish of China
Far East of Eden, a Scholar’s Fascination With the Jews, Daniel Treiman, Feb 28, 2003, Jewish Daily Forward
Far East Jewish Conference
Far East of Eden, A Scholar's Fascination with the Jews, by Daniel Trieman, Forward, February 28, 2003
Florida Cantorial Vocalist Leads Jewish Heritage Tour to China, ChinaVista.com, April 2000
Food: A Jewish Yen For Chinese, Mimi Sheraton, September 23, 1990, New York Times
Foreign ambassadors take on Hebrew, ynet.com, January 4, 2012
Forgetting About the Rest of the World, Jewish Daily Forward, March 24, 2010
From Lokshen to Lo Mein: The Jewish Love Affair with Chinese Food, by Don Siegel
From Lokshen to Lo Mein: The Jewish Love Affair with Chinese Food, Donald Siegel, Talk of The Nation, NPR.org
General History of Jews in China, Sino-Judaic Institute
General Two-Gun of China, a Review of Daniel S. Levy's Two-Gun Cohen
Girls Celebrating Bat Mitzvah, Around the World, by Judy Bolton-Fasman, Jewish Daily Forward, November 11, 2011,
The Golden Silk Road, ChinaVista.com
Handmade Kipot, With Immigrant Touch, by Deborah Hirsch, The Jewish Exponent, December 7, 2011
Harry Leichter's Jews of China on the Web
He Chose China: Old American breaks bagels in China, Ron Gluckman
Hebrew School at The Shanghai International Jewish School, YouTube
History of China Pages, Reference Site by Leon Poon
History of the Jews in China, Wikipedia
The house history built, by Jiji Ann Cherian, Deccan Chronicle, November 13, 200
I Chose China: The Metamorphosis of a Country and a Man, by Sidney Shapiro
I Have Great Faith in CPC Cause, July 09, 2001, People's Daily
Igud Yotzei Sin, Association of Former Jewish Residents of China
Institute of Jewish Studies: Nanjing University
Institute of Jewish Studies at Nanjing University
Institute of Jewish Studies (Nanjing), Wikipedia
International Jewish Cemetery Project: China, Jewish Genealogical Society
International Symposium on the History of the Jewish Diaspora in China
IsraelAsia Center
Israel-China Friendship Program, YouTube
Israel China Institute
Israel-Diaspora: China Links, Department for Jewish-Zionist Education
Israel Discovers the Culinary Orient, by Walter & Cherie Glaser
Israel Earthquake Relief Reports, Consulate-General of Israel, Shanghai
Israel Epstein, Wikipedia
Israel Epstein: Living Witness, April 29, 2003, China Daily
Israel Epstein, Prominent Chinese Communist, Dies at 90, Douglas Martin, June 2, 2005, New York Times
Israeli architecture with eastern promise, by Noam Dvir, Haaretz Daily, February 3, 2012
Israeli Photo Exhibition in Shaoxing, China
Israel's Image in China, by Vicky Wu, Jerusalem Post, March 16, 2009
Jakob Rosenfeld (German Language Site)
Jew.cn.com, Chinese-language site
Jewish American Hall of Fame Exhibit: China
Jewish and Middle Eastern Studies in China, Sino-Judaic Institute
Jewish Businessmen Conquering China with the “Talmud-Business Success Bible,” by Menachem Greenfield, Jewocity Blog, February 22, 2012
Jewish China Bibliography
Jewish Communities in Exotic Places, by Ken Blady
Jewish Communities in Eastern China Today, Sino-Judaic Institute
Jewish Cultural Tapestry: International Jewish Folk Traditions by Steven M. Lowenstein
Jewish Culture Protected Well in China: Israeli Official, Xinhua, November 7, 2003, china.org.cn
Jewish Heritage Tours of China with Shi Lei
Jewish History and Culture Workshop Report, Nanjing University, July 14-August 2, 2002, Xu Xin, Center for Jewish Studies
Jewish love affair with Chinese food, August 29, 2006, Octogenarian
Jewish Relics Traced in North China City, People's Daily
Jewish Spark Rekindled in China, Michael Freund, November 23, 2001, Jerusalem Post Magazine
Jewish Tales: Key to Chinese success, Tali Raveh, August 30, 2006, Israel Culture
Jewish Travel in China, Sino-Judaic Institute
Jews & Chinese ... this time in China, not New York, February 12, 2008, Jeff Weintraub Commentaries
Jews Assisted Ancient Chinese to Make Earliest Paper Money, December 15, 2000, People's Daily
Jews and Judaism in Modern China, by Avrum M. Ehrlich
Jews in Asia: video, JLTV
The Jews in China
The Jews in China, 2005, by Pan Guang
The Jews in China, 2001, by Pan Guang
Jews in China: A Dialogue in Slow-Motion, Ho Wan-Li, 2003, Questia Journal
Jews in China: An enduring friendship between two ancient cultures, Senator Vivienne Poy, October 02, 2002
Jews in China: Legends, History and New Perspectives, Pan Guang
Jews in China: Select English Bibliography, Sino-Judaic Institute
Jews in early China saw sons excel through good education, by Song Nai Rhee, The Register-Guard, February 12, 2012
Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars, by Sidney Shapiro
The Jews in Old China, A review of the book by Sidney Shapiro, December 7, 2001, China.org
Jews of China, Dr. Leslie Malkin
Jews of China: A Collection of Resources, Haruth.com
The Jews of China: A Sourcebook and Research Guide (Jews of China, Vol 2), by Jonathan Goldstein, Editor
The Jews of China. 2 Vol. Set, by Jonathan Goldstein (Editor)
The Jews of China: Vol 1: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, Jonathan Goldstein
The Jews of China: Vol 1: Historical & Comparative Perspectives
The Jews of China, Vol. 2: A Sourcebook and Research Guide
Jews offer lessons for everyone, says Chinese scholar, author, Noma Faingold, April 10, 1998, San Francisco Jewish Bulletin
Jews, Opium and the Kimono, by Ezra Yehezkel -Shake
Jonathan M. Goldstein, Professional Experience
Journey of Faith, by Mark I. Pinsky, Orlando Sentinel, April 16, 2000
Kosher and Jewish China
The Kosher Chinese Gourmet, by Ilrael-Dan Daor Aharoni
Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating with China's Other Billion, by Michael Levy
Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating with China's Other Billion, by Michael Levy
Kosher in the Land of Peking Duck, Miriam Widman, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
KosherSheitels Wigs, Hair Extensions & Hair Factory & School in China, koshersheitels.com
Kulanu: China Links
Kung Pao Kosher Comedy, MetroActive Stage, 1998
The Land of Sinim: An Account of Jews and Christians in China, by Rev. Walter Lowrie, 1845
Letter From China: Kosher Takeout, The New Yorker, January 5, 2009
Letter from Nanjing: Teaching the Chinese About Jews, by Samuel Heilman
Life and Times of General Two-Gun Cohen, by Charles Drage
Life and Times of General Two-Gun Cohen, by Charles Drage
List of Asian Jews: Wikipedia
The Man Who Stayed Behind, by Sidney Rittenberg
Mapping My Jewish Studies Career in China, Lihong Song, March 9, 2011
Marshall L. Horowitz, D.D.S., Making Numerous Missions to Rural China to Donate Dental Case
Millie Chan's Kosher Chinese Cookbook, by Millie Chan
Moishe House Blog: Building a Chinese Sukkah
Moishe House: Building in Beijing, Alison Klayman, November 13, 2008, Forward.com
Morris "Two-Gun" Cohen – Jewish Adventurer, J-Grit
Museum of Family Jewish History, Jews of Asia Exhibit, Harbin
My China Eye: Memoirs of a Jew and a Journalist, by Israel Epstein
My China Jews Tour 1991, Tzvee's Blog
My China: Jewish Life in the Orient 1900-1950, by Yaacov Liberman
My China: Jewish Life in the Orient: 1900-1950, by Yaacov (Yana) Liberman. Reviewed by Eleanor Parker
Mystery of the Ten Lost Tribes, Mosiach.com
My True Home, youtube.com
Nanjing University Campus: Institute of Jewish Studies, China
New Edition of 'The Jews in China' expected, April 21, 2005
A New York Jew in China: A Series of Twelve Video Reports From Yiddish Forward Correspondent Ross Perlin
Norman Kaplan: A Link Between China & Israel, Xu Xin
Old China Hands Press
One People Under a Sukkah, By Leah Koenig, JewishDailyForward.com, October 11, 2011
Overland and By Sea: Eight Centuries of the Jewish Presence in China, Irene Eber, Oxforrd Journals
The Physician Luo Shente Nicknamed "Longnose," Diaspora Museum's Kid Site
Place and Memory in the Singing Crane Garden, by Vera Schwarcz
Points East: The Bulletin of the Sino-Judaic Institute
Rabbi Marvin Tokayer (home site)
Reclaiming China's Jews: Kaifeng descendent leads revival, Lorne Bell, March 11 2008, The Jewish Advocate
Reflections of a Global Jews' Advocate, by Betsy Sheerr, Jewish Exponent, October 18, 2011
Remembering China, Imagining Israel: The Memory of Difference, Thomas Lahusen, South Atlantic Quarterly, Summer 2000
Rena Krasno: Author, Speaker, Grandmother
Report to the Institute of World Religions of the Chinese Academy of Social Science, Daniel J. Elazar, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Restoring Jewish Legacy, Xinhua, March 3, 2004, chinaview.cn
River Town: Two Years on the Yangtze, by Peter Hessler
Ruth Weiss, Wikipedia
Safe Haven in China: The Untold History of the Jews, a film proposal
Safe Treyf: New York Jews & Chinese Food, Gaye Tuchman & Harry G. Levine, 1992 (pdf Document)
Saying Mazel Tov in Mandarin, By Ross Perlin, Forward.com, January 23, 2012
Schnorientalism: The Tao of Jews, Nick Frisch, Jewish Daily Forward, February 6, 2008
Search and Unite, People Search related to former Jews of Czechoslovakia
Seeing Red, Gal Beckerman, October 28, 2005, Jewish Daily Forward
The Seventh Daughter: My Culinary Journey from Beijing to San Francisco, Cecilia Chiang
The Sino-Judaic Institute Home Site
Sino-Zion.com: For China/Chinese People and Jews
Sold on a Stereotype, Ariana Eunjung Cha, February 7, 2007, Washington Post
Soy Vay - Jewish-Chinese Recipes from Northern California
A Strange Foreign Import: Jewish Studies in China, by Steve Hochstadt, Asian Jewish Life
Sun Yat-Sen's Bodyguard, Two-Gun Cohen, November 2006
A Surprising Jewish Haven: China, Waveney Ann Moore, December 5, 2007, St. Petersburg Times
Synagogues in China, Maven Jewish Web Directory
Synagogues of the World: China, Jewish Virtual Library
There's Nothing New Under the Sun, Especially Chicken Feet, Ted Roberts, February 15, 1998, Jewish World Review
Top Legislator Meets Austrian Guest, April 12, 2003, china.org.cn
Trance: A Multimedia program of the Eldridge Street Project to spark cross cultural dialogue between the Asian and Jewish communities on the Lower East Side
Two-Gun Cohen: A Biography, by Daniel S. Levy
Virtual Jewish History Tour: China, by Eli Braun, Jewish Virtual Library
A Vision of China - Israel Academic Interchange, by Carice Witte, Asian Jewish Life
A Window to the East, Erik Arnold
Waltzing to Mongolia, That Damned Band
What a Relief! PinkDevora Blog
Youtai – Presence and Perception of Jews and Judaism in China, Von Silvia Fricker und Peter Kupfer
Youtai – Presence and Perception of Jews and Judaism in China, Research Project 2003, judentum.net
Youtai – Presence and Perception of Jews and Judaism in China: Report on International Symposium, September 2003
Xu Xin Discusses Today's Chinese Jews, Kulanu Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 1, Spring 2001 (pdf document)
Zayd Dohrn, Rachel DeWoskin Cross Cultural Divides In Life And Work, Huffington Post, January 10, 2012
Zen Judaism: For You, A Little Enlightenment, by David M. Bader
Zen Judaism: For You, A Little Enlightenment, Kindle Edition, by David M. Bader


JEWISH HARBIN

85-year-old synagogue marks Chinese-Jewish friendship, January 9, 2006, Xinhua
2004 June Delegation to China, Harbin Jewish Cemetery (scroll forward/back through numerous photos of Harbin Jewish cemetery)
A Brief History of the Jews of Harbin, Irene Clurman and Professor Dan Ben-Canaan, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
A Chinese Homecoming, Robert Skidelsky, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
A Home for Jews in China, Mark Magnier, September 21, 2004, Los Angeles Times
A Place Called Harbin: Reflections on a Centennial, Thomas Lahusen
Album on Life of Jews in Northeast China Published, October 24, 2003, People's Daily
An unforgettable history, Jin Bo, October 3, 2003, China Daily
China restores shuls, SJ Reporter, June 13, 2004, somethingjewish.co.uk
China to Facelift Jewish Buildings in NE Region, June 12, 2004, People's Daily Online
Chinese City with Jewish Past Reaches Out Again, Ben G. Frank, September 3, 2004, JTA
Colonial Transnationalism: Multiplicity, Belonging, and Diaspora in Manchukuo List of Resources, Association for Asian Studies
Creating a Chinese Harbin: Nationalism in an International City, 1916-1932, by James H., M.D. Carter
Detailed History of Harbin Jews, Sino-Judaic Institute
Digging Out the Past: Quest to uncover Jewish Harbin, by Dan Ben-Canaan, Asian Jewish Life
Far East largest synagogue renovated in Harbin, June 13, 2005, Xinhua
Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
Harbin Jewish Heritage Seminar, August 19 - September 7, 2008, 2nd Birobidzhan International Summer Yiddish Program
Harbin Memories from Ethel Rachel (Roza) Keilis Clurman, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
Harbin Memories from Ya'acov Liberman, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
Harbin synagogue to be renovated, August 2, 2004, China Economic Net
Harbin's Jews: Isle of calm for embattled nation, Shiri Lev Ari, February 10, 2007
Harbin's Story Reads Like A Script, Raymond Zhou and Tian Xuefei, June 16, 2011, China Daily USA
Historic Jewish Community of Harbin, Jewish Times Asia
A Home for Jews in China, September 21, 2004, LA Times
Honoring Our Ancestors, Andrée Aelion Brooks, Hadassah Magazine
Israel deputy PM visits grandpa's Harbin grave, Li Fangchao, June 26, 2004, China Daily
Jewish Harbin Powerpoint Presentation
Jewish Exhibition Opens in Harbin Synagogue, January 9, 2006, Heilongjiang Daily, China.org.cn
Jewish Heritage Untouched in China, China People's Daily, September 2000
The Jewish People in Haerbin, April 16, 2003
Jewishsightseeing in Harbin, China: Ya'acov Liberman's nostalgic return 60 years later, January 5, 2005, Jewishsightseeing.com
The Jews in Harbin, Qu & Shuxiao, Li Wei
The Jews of China - Part 1: Harbin, Carl Hoffman, esramag.com
Jews visit city where they were born, grew up, June 21, 2006, People's Daily Online
The journey of a lifetime, David Geffen, Jerusalem Post, February 11, 2012
Klebanoff, Tsipa Aronovna: Memorial, Lost Shanghai Jewish Graves
Largest Synagogue in Far East on Fire in Harbin, November 12, 2004, china.org.cn
Manchuria Memories, Riva Moiseef Bassin, February 3, 1998, Jewish World Review
Modern Harbin Photos, Nurit and Itzik Eshtein, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
Museum of Family Jewish History, Jews of Asia Exhibit, Harbin
Olmert's visit refreshes personal bond with China, January 10, 2007, People's Daily Online
Returning to a Chinese Refuge, And Recalling Its Rich History, Jonathan Goldstein, September 24, 2004, Jewish Daily Forward
Secrets and Spies: The Harbin Files, by Mara Moustafine
Secrets and Spies: The Harbin Files by Mara Moustafine, Review by Erna McCulla, Asian Review of Books
Sino-Israel Research and Study Center, Harbin, JewishGen ShtetlLinks
The Sungari River Flood and the Jewish Community in Harbin, China, Nava Blum, PhD and Elizabeth Fee, PhD, American Journal of Public Health
Who Needs Paris When You Can Have Harbin? Roger L. Simon Blog, September 21, 2004


JEWISH HONG KONG

12th Annual Hong Kong Film Festival, CNN.com, November 20, 2011
Carmel School, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia's Only Jewish Day School
Chabad of Hong Kong
Chabad of Kowloon
Consulate General of Israel in Hong Kong
Detailed History of Hong Kong Jews, Sino-Judaic Institute
The Harpsichord in China: Journey of a Temple Artist and Scholar, Temple University Faculty Herald
Hong Kong Jewish Cemetery, Hachayim HaYehudim Jewish Photo Library
Harry Leichter's Jews of Hong Kong on the Web
Heroes and scandals in 'The Dictionary of Hong Kong Biography', CNN.com
Hong Kong: 'Asian Jewish Life,' spring issue online, Tracing the Tribe: Jewish Genealogy Online, April 17, 2010
Hong Kong Jewish Community Photos, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival, Annual Festival Each November
Hong Kong's Kehilat-Zion/Hechal Ezra, Kowloon, Hong Kong's Sephardic Jewish community in the business center of Kowloon
Israeli Consulate of Hong Kong
Jewish Community Center of Hong Kong Home Site
Jewish Community of Hong Kong, by Erica Lyons, Beit Hatfutsot Museum
The Jewish Traveler: Hong Kong, by Dan Fellner, HadassahMagazine.org, June 2012
Jews of Hong Kong, haruth.com
Jews of Hong Kong taking Transition Of Power in Stride, Mark Joffe, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, June 20, 1997
Kehilat-Zion/Hechal Ezra, Kowloon, Hong Kong's Sephardic Jewish community in the business center of Kowloon
The Lost Records Revealed, Hong Kong Heritage Project's Jewish collection, Amelia Allsop, Asian Jewish Life, Winter 2010
Museum of Family Jewish History, Jews of Asia Exhibit including Hong Kong
Ohel Leah Synagogue from the Database of the Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, Israel
Ohel Leah Synagogue, Hong Kong
Social History of the Jews of Hong Kong, review by Judith L. Green, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
United Jewish Congregation of Hong Kong: Non-Orthodox Community of Hong Kong
A Very Hong Kong Chanukah, by Erica Lyons, JewishPress.com, December 23, 2011
Virtual Jewish History Tour of Hong Kong, Jewish Virtual Library
The Whole World Is Jewish, by Erica Lyons, JewishPress.com, February 17, 2012


JEWISH INDIA

A History of the Parur Synagogue: Trial by fire, inquisition and neglect, by Jay Waronker & Shalva Weil, Asian Jewish Life
Against Backdrop of Terror, India's Oldest Jewish Community To Celebrate First Wedding in 21 Years, Haaretz.com, November 12, 2008
A Meeting of Ancient Peoples, by Nathan Katz
Aspects of Babylonian Jewish Life in India, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Bangladesh – with Jewish connections, David Zetler, Jerusalem Post, April 21, 2011
Baumgartner's Bombay, by Anita Desai
Bene Israel Jews of West India, Aharon Daniel
Bene Israel, JewishEncylopedia.com
Between Israel and India, a Link Based on Culture and, Now, Terrorism, Samuel G. Freedman, NY Times, November 29, 2008
B'nei Menashe of Asia Home Site
Bnei Menashe of Northeast India Celebrate Rosh Hashana, eJewish Philanthropy, September 28, 2011
Bread, Guilt, and Grace, Wendy Dickstein, chabad.org
Calcutta, JewishEncylopedia.com
Chabad of Bangalore
Chabad of Goa
Chabad of India
Chabad in India Photos
Chabad-Lubavitch Centers in India
Chabad of Manali
Chabad Movement Vows to Continue Work of Couple Killed in Attack, Carl Buckley, NY Times, November 30, 2008
Chabad Mumbai Relief Fund to Benefit Holtzberg Children and Rebuild Mumbai Chabad House
Chabad of Mumbai
Christianity & Judaism in Kerala's History: EcoTours
Cochin, JewishEncyclopedia.com
Cochin: Jewish Women's Music, Barbara C. Johnson, Jewish Women's Encyclopedia
Cochini Jews of Keralla, India, Aharon Daniel
Customs: India's Bene Yisrael, pdf document
David Sassoon and the Sassoon Family of Bombay, Daniel David, April 2011
Delhi Jews, PBS, October 7, 2011
Delhi's Last Ten Jewish Families Guard an Ancient Heritage, Reuters, May 23, 2011
Dropped from Heaven: Stories of the Bene Israel Community of India, by Sophie Judah
Finding a Lost Tribe of India, Michael Freund, Aish.com, October 2010
Finding a Lost Tribe of India: The Long Road Home, Michael Freund, Asian Jewish Life, Summer 2010
Finding Vibrant Remnants of Jewish Life, by Allison Good, Forward.com, November 2, 2011
From India to Minnetonka: Bukhara Indian Bistro, by Robin Doroshow, Twin Cities Daily Planet, January 8, 2012
From Raj to Riches, Tevye Hits Delhi, Ben Frumin, February 20, 2008, Jewish Daily Forward
Fundamentally Freund: Menasseh’s children, Michael Freund, Jerusalem Post, March 25, 2010
Get ready for Sabbath, by Dhamini Ratnam, mid-day.com, January 29, 2012
Group Bearing Jewish Traditions Discovered in India, Yair Sheleg, Haaretz, August 16, 1999
Guardian of the Dawn, by Richard Zimler
Guardian of Dawn, by Richard Zimler
He made deserts bloom, by K. Pradeep, The Hindu, January 18, 2012
Historical Traditions of the Jews of Kochi, 2005, Nathan Katz
History of the Barook Family & The Early Jews in Calcutta
History of the Jews in India, Wikipedia
A History of the Parur Synagogue: Trial by fire, inquisition and neglect, by Jay Waronker & Shalva Weil, Asian Jewish Life
Hodo.co.il, India-Nepal Jewish Site
How I Moved to India and Rediscovered my Judaism, Jeanine Buzali, Asian Jewish Life, Winter 2010
'I Love Israel - My Forefathers Were Probably Jews', Alexander Maistrovoy, April 12, 2007, Arutz Sheva
India Jews (pdf document)
In India, A Struggle to Pass Down Passover, npr.org
In India, Passover is a balancing act, Hanna Ingber Win, GlobalPost, April 1, 2010
Indo-Judaic Studies in the Twenty-First Century: A View from the Margin, Nathan Katz, Ranabir Chakravarti, Braj M. Sinha, Shalva Weil, Editors
India, JewishEncyclopedia.com
India Profile: Home to Every God
India Profile: Fairs and Festivals in India - Rosh HaShanah
Indian Jewish Calligraphy, pdf document
Indian-Jewish Cooking, by Mavis Hyman
Indian Jewish Comedian: There are no Jews in this world!, Israel Video Network, July 1, 2012
Indian Jews and the People Who Love Them, Facebook Group
Indian Piyyutim, piyut.org
India's 'Lost' Jews Seek A Place In Israel, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, NPR.org, July 16, 2010
In Jews, Indian-Americans See a Role Model in Activism, by Neela Banerjee, October 2, 2007, New York Times
International Jewish Cemetery Project: India, International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies
In the Footsteps of the Ten Lost Tribes, Amir Mizroch, Jerusalem Post, January 29, 2009
ISJM to Survey Indian Jewish Sites, Spring-Summer 1998, International Survey of Jewish Monuments
‘It’s important for musicians to connect on stage’, The Daily Pioneer, November 9, 2011
The Jewish Ghandi and Barack Obama, Rediff India Abroad, September 8, 2008
Jewish India, haruth.com
Jewish jewels, Calcutta, India Telegraph
Jews and India: Perceptions and Image, Yulia Egorova
Jews Far and Wide, by Ronen Shnidman, Jerusalem Post. October 19, 2011
Jews in British India: Identity in a Colonial Era, by Joan G. Roland
Jews in India, Aharon Daniel
Jews in Places You Never Thought of, by Karen Primack, Editor
Jews of India
The Jews of India and the Ten Lost Tribes, The Algemeiner, February 13, 2012
The Jews of India: A Lost Tribe? NPR.org
The Jews of India: A Place of Refuge, Peace and Prosperity, C. Kerr, Clarion Journal
The Jews of India: A Story of Three Communities, by Orpa Slapak, Editor
Judaism in India, IndiaMike.com
Kashrut, Caste and Kabbalah: The Religious Life of the Jews of Cochin, by Nathan Katz and Helen S. Goldberg
Kerala: Cochin, Pts 1 & 2, March 2003, Blog Spot
Kerala Jews, Benedicta Pereira
Kerala-born Jews on nostalgic trip to God's own country, Press Trust of India, January 26, 2012
Kosher and Jewish India
Kosher Hospitality Committees in India, kosherdelight.com
The Last Jew of Calcutta, November 2008, Aish.com
Last Jews Of Calcutta, Larry Butchins, esramag.com
The Last Jews of Cochin: Jewish Identity in Hindu India (Studies in Comparative Religion), by Nathan Katz & Ellen Goldberg
The Last Jews of Cochin: Jewish Identity in Hindu India, Review by Daniel J. Elazar
The Last Jews of Kerala: The Two Thousand Year History of India's Forgotten Jewish Community, Edna Fernandes
The Last Jews of Kerala: The Two Thousand Year History of India's Forgotten Jewish Community, Edna Fernandes
Life with the Bene Ephraim, Bonita Nathan Sussman and Gerald Sussman, Asian Jewish Life, Sprign 2010
Life, Vision and Persistence in Jew Town, Asian Jewish Life, January 16, 2012
List of Asian Jews: Wikipedia
Lost Israelites From the Indo-Burmese Borderlands: Re-Traditionalisation and Conversion Among the Shinlung or Bene Menasseh, 2004, Shalva Weil
Manipur Jews (B'nei Menashe) Jews of East India, Aharon Daniel
A Meeting of Ancient Peoples, by Nathan Katz
Menashe's Children Come Home, Wendy Elliman, October 1999, Hadassah Magazine
Monuments of Kerala: Jewish Synagogue
Moses, Silas Meyer, JewishEncyclopedia.com
My Visit to India, by Mordechai Ben-Porat, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Nathan Katz Curriculum Vita
Nathan Katz Home Site
Nathan Katz, IndoJudaic.com
News of India's Jews, Summer 2005, Kulanu [pdf document]
Nissim Genealogy, Bombay
Oldest immigrant couple to Israel weds, May 5, 2008, YnetNews
ORT opens new computer centre in India, June 26, 2003, somethingjewish.co.uk
Potato Bhajee BlogHer, February 21, 2012

Rabbi, wife 'spread Jewish pride' in Mumbai, CNN.com
Rabbinate Recognizes Bnei Menashe as "Descendants of Israel," March 31, 2005, Arutz Sheva
A revival of Jewish heritage on the Indian tourism trail, Shalvia Weil, Jerusalem Post, July 16, 2010
The road to nowhere for Kochi Jews, by Shevlin Sebastian, IBN Live, October 30, 2011
Rueff, Jules, JewishEncyclopedia.com
Salaam Shalom: The Jews of India, A Film by Vanessa C. Laufer, Filmmakers Library
Salaam Shalom: The Jews of India, Educational Media Reviews Online
Salaam Shalom: The Jews of India, Media Rights
Salaam-Shalom: Jews of India, Facebook Group
Sassoon: The Worlds of Philip and Sybil, by Peter Stansky
The Scattered Tribe: Traveling the Diaspora from Cuba to India to Tahiti & Beyond, by Ben G. Frank
The Scattered Tribe: Traveling the Diaspora from Cuba to India to Tahiti & Beyond, [Kindle Edition] by Ben G. Frank
Secret Yangon II: The Lost Tribe, March 2004, Things Asian
The Sephardis are Coming, DailyJews.com
Siona Benjamin's Interviews on Canvas: Faces of the Bene Israel, by Erica Lyons , Asian Jewish Life
Tenth Jew’ Dies in Kochi Region, Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, July 31, 2011, Arutz Sheva
Shalom Bombay, youtube.com
Shalom India Housing Society (Jewish Women Writers), by Esther David
Slain Rabbi's only concern was helping Jews away from home, Haaretz.com, November 29, 2008
Small Jewish community in India on verge of extinction, PRI.ORG, December 22, 2011
Snapshots of Kerala (South India)
Songs of My Foremothers, by Suzanne Selengut, The Jerusalem Post, September 5, 2011
South India Photos
Studies of Indian-Jewish Identity, by Nathan Katz
Survey of Kerala Jewish Sites, International Survey of Jewish Monuments
Synagogues of the World: India, Jewish Virtual Library
Tikkun Olam in India, aish.com, Jan 23, 2011
The Tomb of Rachel - The Bene Israel Connection: Wanderers, emissaries, matriarchs and a holy site, by Dr. Shalva Weil, Asian Jewish Life
Tragedy in Mumbai, Rabbi Dr. Daniel P. Aldrich, Aish.com, November 30, 2008
Twilight comes for India's fading Jewish community, Moni Basu, CNN, March 29, 2010
The Twilight of Cochin's Jews, January 26, 2007, Tales of a Wandering Jew Blog Spot
Virtual Jewish History Tour of India, Jewish Virtual Library
Visiting Rabbis Strengthen Life in India, chabad.org
Who Are the Jews of India? by Nathan Katz
Who Are The Jews of India, And What Are Their Origins? Shamash.org
Worldview: In India, Passover is a balancing act, Hanna Ingber Win, GlobalPost, April 1, 2010


JEWISH JAPAN

About Beate Sirota Gordon, the Gift from Beate
A New Building for Chabad in Tokyo, March 1, 2008
A Taste Of Moshiach In The Land Of The Rising Sun, Avrohom Jacobson
Anti-Semitism in Japan, Japan Media Review
Austrian-born architect of Japanese women's rights: Beate Sirota Gordon, BBC Women's Hour
Beate Sirota, Wikipedia
Biography: Beate Sirota Gordon, Kuniko Fujisawa
Beis Chabad Japan, Beis Moshiach Magazine
Beit Shalom in Kyoto, Japan, YouTube.com
Bnei Menashe Produce Tallitot, Kippot, Kulanu Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 1, Spring 2001 (pdf document)
Chabad-Lubavitch Centers in India, Chabad.org
Chabad of Japan
Chabad Kobe
Chabad Tokyo
China-Japan Trip with a Jewish Focus
, by Edward L. Koven
Conceptualizing Diaspora: Tales of Jewish Travelers in Search of the Lost Tribes, Annette Henkin Landau, April 2006, AJS Review
Fighting to Protect Her Gift to Japanese Women, James Brooke, NY Times, May 28, 2005
For IsraAid Japan’s Trauma isn’t Forgotten, eJewishPhilanthropy.com, October 12, 2011
For Japanese Linguist, A Long And Lonely Schlep, by Lucy Craft, NPR, April 16, 2012
Fort Cochin (Fort Kochi) Photos
Harry Leichter's Jews of Japan on the Web
In Japan, Israelis bring trauma expertise to tsunami victims, St. Louis Jewish Light, February 22, 2012
Hebrew-Speaking Japanese Pastor Intrigues Brandeis Kids, Abby Cohen, Jewish Weekly News of Northern California, April 4, 2003
Isaelites Came To Ancient Japan, Arimasa Kubo, Chapter One
Israelites Came to Ancient Japan, Arimasa Kubo, Chapter Two
Israelites Came to Ancient Japan, Arimasa Kubo, Chapter Three
Israelites Came to Ancient Japan
, Arimasa Kubo, Chapter Four
Israeli Embassy, Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Kosher Cooking: Sushi Sushi and More, by Kinue Weinstein
Japanese Museum Teaches About Shoah, by Alissa Kaplan, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, August 18, 1995
Japanese must tap their 'inner Israeli', by Glenn Newman, The Japan Times Online, January 3, 2012
Japanese woman tells of life as a civil rights activist, Lindi Geiesnheimer, Japan Source
Japanese Women's Rights Pioneer Beate Sirota Gordon to Relate Her Story, Japanese American National Museum, April 23, 2010
JCC of Japan, Tokyo
Jewish Japan, haruth.com
Jewish & Kosher Japan
Jewishness infuses the works of Ben Shahn, by Roger Pulvers, The Japan Times, November 27, 2011
Jews Around the World: Japanese Jews, Jews.net
Jews in the Japanese mind: The history and uses of a cultural stereotype (An article from Pacific Affairs), Digital Download, Rene Goldman
Jews in the Japanese Mind: the History and Uses of a Cultural Stereotype, Review of book by David G. Goodman & Masanori Miyazawa, Reviewed by Richard E. Sherwin, 1998
Jews in the Japanese Mind, A Review by Daniel L. Alexander, December 1995, First Things Journal
Jews of Japan, Wikipedia
The Jews of Japan, Daniel Ari Kapner and Stephen Levine, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
The Jews of Kobe
Kosher Delica Restaurant, Japan
Land of the Rising Zun, by Ross Perlin, Forward.com, January 16, 2012
Lost Tribe of Asia? Michael Fathers, September 6, 1999, Time Asia
Lost Tribe Returns to Israel, Jan/Feb 2000, Amishav Organization
Lost Tribes of Japan
Making Her Mark on Women’s Rights ... in Japan, Leslie Berliant, JewishJournal.com, May 11, 2010
Never Forget, Never Forgive In Feudal Japan, Erica Lyons, Asian Jewish Life, Winter 2010
New Chabad Centre in Tokyo underway, March, 2008, Jewish Times of Asia
Ohel Shelomo Synagogue in Kobe, Japan, Ezra Yehezkel-Shaked, BabylonJewry.org
On Ignorance, Respect and Suspicion: Current Japanese Attitudes toward Jews, 1997, Rotem Kowner
Polish Jews in Lithuania: Escape to Japan, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Rabbi Marvin Tokayer (home site)
The Seder of the Recovering Alcoholic
The Story of Beate Sirota, Nightline, February 10, 1999 [transcript]
Surviving by Akira Ohiso, pdf document
Syngogues of the World: Japan, Jewish Virtual Library
That Last Glorious Summer 1939 Shanghai -- Japan, by Reno Krasno
Unsung Heroines: Beate Sirota Gordon: Gave Japanese Women Equal Rights, NY Public Media 13, March 30, 2009
Virtual Jewish History Tour of Japan, Jewish Virtual Library
Visit a Japanese Teahouse in the Galilee, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, Edgar Asher, Isranet, April 7, 2000
Visit to the IDF Field Hospital in Minami Sanrikue: An insider’s view, by Philip Rosenfeld, Asian Jewish Life
Vodka and Japanese Princes Mingle with Tokyo's Tolerant Jews, Steven I. Herman, Jewish Telgraphic Agency, December 5, 2003
Where are the Ten Lost Tribes: Japan? NOVA Online


JEWISH KAIFENG

Ancient Culture in the Jewish part of China, Travel Asia 360, August 11, 2010
Association of Kaifeng Jews
China’s Ancient Jewish Enclave, Matthew Fishbane, NY Times, April 4, 2010
A Chinese Jewish Wedding… in Jerusalem, January 25, 2008, Israel News Network, Arutz Sheva
A Spark of Hope in Trying Times [Chinese Jews return], Michael Freund, Sept. 11, 2005, Arutz Sheva
A Tale of the Chinese Jews, Edward Ordman, 2002
Announcing the 2011 Kulanu-Kaifeng Speaking Tour, Kulanu
Back to the Future in Kaifeng, By Moshe Yehuda Bernstein, Sino-Judaic Institute
Chao Yng-Cheng: JewishEncyclopedia.com
China's Historic Jews Honored in Silk Road Exhibit, Doug Seto, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, October 3, 1997
China History Forum: Kaifeng Jews of Song Dynasty China, Aug 22 2006
China's Unexpected Jews, 21st Century Marco Polo
Chinese and Chosen, chineseandchosen.com
Chinese Jewish Community, Chinese Jews, and Jewish Interests in China, Shi Lei, November 2007, Jewish Forum
Chinese Jewish leader to visit JCC, Swampscott Reporter, April 12, 2010
A Chinese Jewish wedding in Jerusalem, YouTube
Chinese Jews, by Oliver Bainbridge, October 1907
Chinese Jews: A Compilation of Matters Relating to the Jews of K'aifeng Fu, By William Charles White, Ronald James Williams (source 1)
Chinese Jews: A Compilation of Matters Relating to the Jews of K'aifeng Fu, By William Charles White, Ronald James Williams (source 2)
Chinese Jews from Kaifeng Arrive in Israel, YouTube.com
Chinese Jews from Kaifeng, YouTube.com
The Chinese Jews' Last Plea, Marvin Tokayer
The Chinese Jews of Kaifeng-Fu, by J Preuss
Chinese Jews of Kaifeng, Jewish Standard
Chinese Passover Haggadah, First Edition 2009, just released
Chinese Policy Toward Kaifeng Jews, East Asia Quarterly, November 7, 2006
Chinese-West Asians, www.colorq.org
The Chinese: A General Description of China and Its Inhabitants, 1836, By John Francis Davis
The Church in China: Catholic Encyclopedia
Comparing Jewish Societies (The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series), by Todd M. Endelman
Conceptualizing Diaspora: Tales of Jewish Travelers in Search of the Lost Tribes, Annette Henkin Landau, April 2006, AJS Review
Detailed History of Kaifeng Jews, Sino-Judaic Institute
Echoes of Distant Kaifeng, August 30, 2005, Gene Expression
Far, Far From Home: Richard Shepard's Review of Mandarins, Jews & Missionaries, February 22, 1981, NY Times
Fate of Kaifeng Jews as a reflection of their treatment by the Han Chinese, My Lot Community
From a Village in China To the Wedding Canopy in Jerusalem, Baruch Gordon, Israel National News, September 7, 2005
From Kaifeng to Jerusalem, Michael Freund, Summer 2005, Kulanu [pdf document]
From Kaifeng to the Kotel: A Chinese rabbi in the making, by Michael Freund, Asian Jewish Life
Fully Chinese — and Fully Jewish, Dan Chyi-Chua, The Asia Magazine, October 13, 2010
Great Wall of Kaifeng, Jewish Times Asia
The Guy Who Dared to tell Chinese They're Jews: Kaifeng Jews Help Art Dealer Finish Four-Decade Trip to China, Barbara Koh, September 28, 2007, Womens Lens Blog Spot
Hagaddah of Kaifeng Jews
Haggadah Thoughts, with information on the Kaifeng Haggadah, Manfred and Anne Lehmann Foundation
Hebrew Union College Library: Dalsheimer Rare Book Exhibit: Jews of Kaifeng. A description of the original Kaifeng manuscripts contained in HUC library
Historic Jewish Community of Kaifeng, Jewish Times Asia
History of Jews in China, Britt Towery. March 24, 2011
In Search of Jewish Heritage in China: A Visit with Aaron Ciechanover of the Technion to Kaifeng, November 10, 2007, iTainan
Integrity and Serenity: Two Jews from Kaifeng, Wendy Elliman, January 28, 2008
Israel-China Institute: Passover in Kaifeng 2010
A Jewish Diaspora in the Orient, Batsheva Pomerantz
Jewish Heritage Sites in China: Kaifeng, ChinaTravel.net
Jewish Identity in China: A Chinese View, Covenant Global Jewish Magazine, August 2009
Jewish Kaifeng Powerpoint Presentation
A Jewish Spark Rekindled in China, Michael Freund, Torah.org
Jewish Religious Observance of the Jews of Kaifeng [pdf document]
Jews in China?, Arutz Sheva, Ma 20, 2005
The Jews in China, Pt. 1, from The Occident, July 1843
The Jews in China, Pt. 2, from The Occident, March 1844
The Jews in China, Pt. 3, from The Occident, April 1844
Jews in China, p. 1, (September 1851), The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 4, issue 2, Cornell University Making of America
Jews in China, p. 2, (September 1851), The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 4, issue 2, Cornell University Making of America
Jews in China, p. 3, (September 1851), The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 4, issue 2, Cornell University Making of America
Jews in China, p. 4, (September 1851), The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 4, issue 2, Cornell University Making of America
Jews in China, p. 5, (September 1851), The International Monthly Magazine, vol. 4, issue 2, Cornell University Making of America
Jews in China, May 20, 2005, Arutz Sheva
The Jews in China: Their synagogue, their scriptures, their history, by James Finn
Jews in Places You Never Thought of, by Karen Primack, Editor
Jews of China, Dr. Leslie Malkin, jewishwebindex.com
Jews of Kaifeng, by Anson Laytner, ChineseandChosen.com
Jews of Kaifeng, May 25, 2005, The Wandering Jew
Jews of Kaifeng, China, about.com
Jews of Kaifeng, The Wandering Jew
Jews of Kaifeng, China: History, Culture, and Religion, Xu Xin
The Jews of Kaifeng, China: History, Culture, and Religion, by Xu Xin
The Jews in Kaifeng: Reflections on Sino-Judaic history (Monographs of the Jewish Historical Society of Hong Kong), Sui-jeung Chan
Jews of Kaifeng Resource Page
Journey of faith, Mark I. Pinsky, April 16, 2003, Orlando Sentinel
Judaism in China, ibiblio.org
Kaifeng Comes to Toronto, shalomlife.com
Kaifeng in Henan, City Weekend
Kaifeng, China, and Traces of its Jewish Community, Matthew Fishbane, New York Times, March 30, 2010
Kaifeng Chinese Jewish Composers and Transcribers
Kaifeng Jew: Preservation of Jewish tradition in Kaifeng, Guo Yan
Kaifeng Jews Making Aliyah, YouTube.com
Kaifeng Kosher Oriental Restaurant
Kaifeng, Jerusalem, A New Documentary by Noam Urbach
Kaifeng Jew shares history of Chinese community, Polina Olsen, Jewish Review
Kaifeng Jewish Community: Exotic Elements in Liturgical Music, Professor Tang Yating, Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Hebrewsongs.com
Kaifeng Jewish Residents Learn About Jewish Heritage and Hebrew Language, Kulanu
Kaifeng Jews, Anthrocivitas
Kaifeng Jews, Wikipedia
Kaifeng Jews: A Reconsideration of Acculturation and Assimilation in a Comparative Perspective, Stephen Sharot, Winer 2007
Kaifeng Jews Help Art Dealer Finish Four-Decade Trip to China, Barbara Koh, September 11, 2007
Kaifeng Jews Memorial Hall, by Guo Yan
Kaifeng Jews Sing Gesher Maod
Kaifeng Jews Today
Kaifeng Jews: Why Their Ancestors Came to China, May 5, 2011
Kaifeng On The Hudson, An Audio Slideshow by Nicholas Kristof, NY Times
Kaifeng's Jews, Rami Tal, Aish.com, September 7, 2008|
Kaifeng Passover
Kaifeng Stone Inscriptions: : The Legacy of the Jewish Community in Ancient China, by Tiberiu Weisz
Kaifeng Stone Inscriptions Revisited, Tiberiu Weisz, October 2007, Covenant Global Jewish Magazine
Kaifeng Stone Inscriptions Revisited, Tiberiu Weisz, April 3, 2008, Israel News
Kaifeng to Kotel .... Rabbi in Making, pdf document
Legends of the Chinese Jews of Kaifeng, by Xu Xin with Beverly Friend
"Lost" Jews of Kaifeng, AAMA News
The Lost Jews of Kaifeng, www.jewishholidays.com
Lost Jews of Kaifeng, Ziv Hellman, October 17, 2010
Lost Tribes: The Jews of China, National Examiner, January 26, 2011
Lost Tribes of Israel: Where are the Ten Lost Tribes? NOVA Online
Madame Ezra and the Jews of Kaifeng
Mandarins, Jews, And Missionaries: Jewish Experience In The Chinese Empire, by Michael Pollak
Minyan in Kaifeng, Brandeis Film Institute
Minyan in Kaifeng, IMDB
Mystery of the Kaifeng Scroll: A Vivi Hartman Adventure, by Harriet K. Feder
A New York Jew in China ... Passover in Kaifeng, Ross Perlin, YouTube.com
Orientalism and the Jews, by Ivan Davidson Kalmar, Derek Jonathan Penslar
Orientalism and the Jews, (Book review from: Middle East Quarterly), Digital download, by Robert Irwin
The orphan colony of Jews in China, 1872, by James Finn
Overview of Wendy Abraham Interviews, 1985-1998
Passover in Kaifeng, Packlite Paul, April 11, 2009
Passover in Kaifeng: A Video Report From Yiddish Forward Correspondent Ross Perlin
The Passover Rite of the Kaifeng Jewish Community, Harvard University Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Pearl S. Buck: Peony & Jews on the Silk Road, Marci Stables
Peony, by Pearl S. Buck
Reyna and the Jade Star, by Robin K. Levinson, A Gali Girls Jewish Histories Series Book,
Reyna and the Jade Star, Gali Girls Jewish History Series
Sacred Texts, Kaifeng Torah, British Library
Shi-Lei Interview, Mensch Life, youtube.com
Sino-Judaic Institute Historical Exhibit Arrives in Kaifeng, by Matt Trusch, China Judaic Studies Association, 1998
SMU's Kaifeng China Torah, Towery Along the Way
The Survival of the Chinese Jews: The Jewish Community of Kaifeng, by Donald Leslie
Taking the Silk Route Back Home, Anshel Pfeffer, June 13, 2008, Haaretz
Tale of the Chinese Jews, Edward Ordman, 2002
Threads of Chinese and Russian Intermingle on Handmade Tallit, Doug Seto, Jewish Weekly News of Northern California, October 3, 1997
Tiberiu Weisz linking Judaism into China’s culture, Jewish Times Asia, September 2010
The Torah Scrolls of the Chinese Jews, by Michael Pollak
The Torah Scrolls of the Chinese Jews, by Michael Pollak, Bridwell Library, SMU
Unearthing China's Hidden Jewish Past, Ryan E. Smith, Jewish Journal, March 8, 2011
A Visit to Kaifeng, by Beverly Friend, Ph.D. Executive Director China Judaic Studies Association
Zhao Yincheng, Wikipedia.org


JEWISH SHANGHAI

A Forgotten Baghdadi Jewish Tycoon: Silas Hardoon in Shanghai, 1874-1931, Dr. Chiara Betta, Autumn 2003, Journal of the Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center
A Place to Save Your Life: Shanghai Jews, a film by Karen Shopsowitz
A small piece of good from a terrible time, Michael Jennings, April 14, 2006
A Walk Into History, Richard Edelman, June 20, 2008
American Jewry and the Holocaust: The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, 1939-1945, by Yehuda Bauer
Babylonian (Iraqi) Jewish Community in Shanghai, Rebecca Toueg
Babylonian Jewry, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center
Baghdad on the Yangtse, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Baghdadi Jews in Shanghai, by Aviva Shabi
Baghdadi Jews of India and the Sassoons, Joseph I. Sargon, August 25, 1987, Jewish Daily Israel Today
Beit Menachem Synagogue, Chabad House, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Berlin - Shanghai - Ellis Island - Bremen: A Profound Story, by Ralph Harpuder, Rickshaw Express Web
Beyond the Neon Lights: Everyday Shanghai in the Early Twentieth Century, by Hanchao Lu
Beyond the Neon Lights: Everyday Shanghai in the Early Twentieth Century (Review from The Geographical Review), Digital Download, Timothy S. Oakes
Boker Tov, Shanghai, Nicholas Simon, September 5, 2005, Jerusalem Report
Britain in China: Community, Culture, and Colonialism, 1900-1949, Manchester University Press
Brother, Sister Recall Jewish Life In A Chinese Ghetto During WWII, by Cheryl Wills, NY1, January 29, 2012
Calling Shanghai Home, Liu Jinqian, April 2005, Beijing’s Cultural Geography magazine
Canadians redevelop Jewish area in Shanghai, Geoffrey York
Center For Jewish Studies, Shanghai, Wikipedia
Center For Jewish Studies Shanghai
Center Revives Shanghai's Jewish History, Louisa Lim, NPR.org
Center Revives Shanghai's Jewish Hisory, The Scribe, 2005
Chabad Jewish Center of Pudong
Chabad of Shanghai (Jewish Community of Shanghai)
China: Finding Jewish Roots in Shanghai, Stephanie Block
China: Shanghai: the New Chinese City Photos
Chinese Exile: My Years in Shanghai and Nanking (My years in Shanghai and Nanking), by Ayotaynu Foundation
A Chinese Jew's tale of adversity and triumph, Wang Shanshan and Li Jian, July 27, 2005, China Daily
China Synagogue Has Been Restored, JTA
Colorful Jewish community contributed much to Shanghai, Robert Cairns, Spring 2003, The Scribe
Consulate General of Israel in Shanghai
Crossroads: Shanghai and the Jews of China, Migration Heritage Centre Project
Designer Ilie Wacs Pens Memoir, By Lorna Koski, Women's Wear Daily, January 27, 2012
Detailed History of Shanghai Jews, Sino-Judaic Institute
Drasha - Parshas Shemos: Burning Interests, Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetsky, torah.org
Dvir Bar-Gal, Thomas Crampton
Dvir Bar-Gal Images
Dvir Bar-Gal & Shanghai Tours
Dvir Bar-Gal on Jewish Shanghai, Shanghaiist, August 11, 2008
Escape from Poland Through Poland to Japan and China, Flight and Rescue Exhibit, U.S. US Holocaust Museum, April 2000
Escape to Shanghai: A Jewish Community in China, by James R. Ross
Escape to the Rising Sun, 1990, National Center for Jewish Film
Even in China, it’s all Hebrew to me, Masada Siegel, Jerusalem Post, August 13, 2010
Exhibition on first Nobel Peace Prize winner opens in Shanghai, March 4, 2006, People's Daily Online
Exile Shanghai, German Cinema Online
Exile Shanghai, A Film by Ulrike Ottinger
Exploring Shanghai's Jewish Heritage with Dvir Bar-Gal, Sara's China Travel Blog, about.com
Explores life of Jewish refugees in Shanghai, chinadaily.com.cn, February 28, 2012
Far From Where? Jewish Journeys from Shanghai to Australia, by Antonia Finnane
Finally, Shanghai Jews get a center, Dvir Bar-Gal, May 17, 2002, JTA
Flavor and Fortune: A Buffalonian's Journey to Jewish Shanghai, Harley Spiller
Flight and Rescue: From Eastern Europe to the Far East, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Exhibition, Washington, D.C., Exhibition until October 21, 2001
Flight to Shanghai, 1938-1940: The Larger Setting, Avraham Altman and Irene Eber, 2000, Yad Vashem Studies (pdf document)
Foreign Ghosts, Lost and Found, Shanghai Star, April 5, 2001
Forgotten Baghdadi Jewish Tycoon: Silas Hardoon in Shanghai, 1874-1931, Dr. Chiara Betta, Autumn 2003, Journal of the Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center
Former Jewish refugees revisit Shanghai Ark, People's Daily Online
Fred Marcus Memorial Website: The Story of a Jewish Survivor in Shanghai
From the Rivers of Babylon to the Whangpoo: A Century of Sephardi Jewish Life in Shanghai by Maisie Meyer
From the Rivers of Babylon to the Whangpoo: A Century of Sephardi Life in Shanghai by Maisie J. Meyer, Review by Michael Pollak, September/October 2003, American Jewish Congress
From Siberia to Shanghai ... Where 'Am Yisrael Chai' Reigns Supreme, by Lynn B. Edelman, The Jewish Exponent, October 18, 2011
The Fugu Plan: The Untold Story Of The Japanese And The Jews During World War II, by Marvin Tokayer
Fugu Plan, Wikipedia
The Garden where Aaron loved Lisa, Shanghai Star, February 13, 2003
Gathering of Shanghai Sephardi Community, New Israel's Messenger, 1998
Gerard Gottschalk, by Ralph Harpuder, Rickshaw Express Web
German and Austrian Jewish Refugees in Shanghai, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Ghetto Shanghai, by Evelyn Pike Rubin
Ghosts of Shanghai, Ron Gluckman
Girl who fled Nazis is handed her passport in Shanghai, Jordan Baker, April 23, 2005, Sydney Morning Herald
Got Kosher Milk? Shanghai Jews Drink by the Pint, Alex Weisler, Jewish Daily Forward, April 07, 2010
Growe (Grosz), Charles, Emigre Shanghai, Holocaust Memorial Center
Guide to the Shanghai Collection, Nokhem Kantorowicz, Solomon Rabinowitz, and Stanislav Pej, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, New York
Hardoon Family Genealogy
Hardoon, Tales of Old Shanghai
Hardoon Gardens, Virtual Shanghai
Harry Leichter's Jews of Shanghai on the Web
A Historian in Search of the Jews of China, Jewish Times Asia
A Historical Walk Through Shanghai's Jewish Quarter, Sara Naumann, about.com, 2008
Historic Jewish Haven In Shanghai Faces Demolition, Louisa Lim, NPR.org, February 11, 2009
The Historic Jewish Community of Shanghai, China, Jewish Times Asia
The House of Rachel, haruth.com
Importance of Strengthening the Heritage Amongst the Former Babylonian Community, Dr. Zvi Gabay, Winter 2005/2006, Journal of the Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center
In New Era, Jews Turn To Shanghai Once Again, New York Times, Sarah Jay, December 14, 1997
In the footsteps of David Ludwig Bloch in Shanghai, March 24, 2002, IGJAD, Translated Page
In the footsteps of David Ludwig Bloch in Shanghai, March 24, 2002, IGJAD, German Langage Page
In the footsteps of David Ludwig Bloch in Shanghai, August 31, 2002, Translated Page
In the footsteps of David Ludwig Bloch in Shanghai, August 31, 2002, German Language Page
Japan and the Jews, Sydney Jewish Museum
Japan During the Holocaust Years as Seen from the New Documentation, Holocaust Survivors and Remembrance Project
Jewish Aid and Rescue, Holocaust Encyclopedia
Jewish Community in Shanghai, featuring excerpts and photos from Pan Guang's book, The Jews in Shanghai
Jewish Communities Returns to Shanghai, YouTube
The Jewish Company of the Shanghai Volunteer Corps Compared With Other Jewish Diaspora Fighting Unit, by Benis M. Frank, Chief Historian of the U.S. Marine Corps
Jewish Labor and the Holocaust, Rescue Efforts 1939-1941
Jewish Life in China: Shanghai, Skirball Museum Exhibit, 2010
Jewish people share memories of Shanghai, Zhang Kun, November 11, 2005, China Daily
Jewish Shanghai, haruth.com
Jewish Shanghai: A Video Report From Yiddish Forward Correspondent Ross Perlin
Jewish Shanghai - In Memoriam, Robert Case (pdf document)
Jewish Shanghai Ghetto, YouTube
Jewish Shanghai Worth The Visit, Thomas Crampton
Jews Find an Open Port in China, by Dave Kehr, a Review of the film Shanghai Ghetto, New York Times, September 27, 2002
Jews in City of Refuge Revive an Old Sanctuary, chabadonline.com
Jews in Shanghai: The Story of Survival, Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
The Jews in Shanghai (Youtai Ren Zai Shanghai) by Pan Guang
The Jews in the Shanghai Ghetto Commemorated on a Philatelic Label, by Ralph Harpuder, rickshaw.org
Jews, Opium and the Kimono: The Story of the Jews in the Far-East, by Ezra Yehezkel-Shaked
Jews Recall War Years in Shanghai, Zhang Kun, November 28, 2005, Washington Post Supplement
Journey from Jerusalem to Shanghai, HUC Library (pdf document)
Kadoorie Honored on Postage Stamp, by Ralph Harpuder, Rickshaw Express Web
Kaifeng Jews Exhibition to Open Tolman Collection's New Shanghai Gallery, Jewish Times Asia
Last Exit Hongkou, Georges Hausemer, Translated Page
Last Exit Hongkou, Georges Hausemer, German Language Page
Laura Margolis in the Spotlight: Portrait of a heroine in Shanghai, by Erica Lyons
The Liberation of the Shanghai Jewish Ghetto, Huffington Post, January 30, 2012
Life In The Ghettos During The Holocaust (Religion, Theology, and the Holocaust), Eric J. Sterling, Editor
Lost Shanghai Jewish Graves, Shanghai Jewish Memorial
Lowenberg, Harry, Emigre Berlin, Germany, Holocaust Memorial Center
Meander with Menahem, Shanghai: Megalopolis of the Future, March 16, 2008
A Memorable Piece of Mail, Ralph Harpuder, rickshaw.org
Metropolis Shanghai: Showboat to China, music and song from Shanghai's Jewish Ghetto and international settlements
Mir Yeshiva, Wikipedia
Mir Yeshiva, Personal Stories, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Moses, Silas Meyer, JewishEncyclopedia.com
Museum of Family Jewish History, Jews of Asia Exhibit, includign Shanghai
My life in Shanghai: The memories we took with us, by Harry Todtenkopf edited by Howard Kleinmann, Asian Jewish Life
Ohel Rachel, Shanghai, haruth.com
Once More With Feeling, Reunion Shanghai, April 2006, Evelyn Pike Rubin
Nissim Genealogy, Shanghai
Notes on the Gardens of Shanghai (including Hardoon Yuan)
Ohel Rachel Synagogue, Shanghai Jewish Center
Ohel Moshe Synagogue, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Ohel Rachel Synagogue, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Once a vibrant community, Shanghai Jews struggle to be remembered, Hilary Saunders, Haaretz, December 23, 2008
Operation Magic Carpet, Alaska Airlines & Horizon Air History
Operation:Torah rescue: The escape of the Mirrer Yeshiva from war-torn Poland to Shanghai, China, by Yecheskel Leitner
Oppert, Ernst Jacob, JewishEncyclopedia.com
Over 80 Tombstones of Jewish Refugees Found in Shanghai, Ralph Harpuder, rickshaw.org
Overland and By Sea: Eight Centuries of the Jewish Presence in China, Irene Eber, Chinese Journal of International Law
Pan Guang, Wikipedia
Passivity, Resistance, and Collaboration: Intellectual Choices in Occupied Shanghai, 1937-1945, Poshek Fu
Passivity, Resistance, and Collaboration: Intellectual Choices in Occupied Shanghai, 1937-1945 (Review from: Canadian Journal of History), Digital Download, by Glen Peterson
Passport is returned to Holocaust escapee, Henry Benjamin, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Jewish Arizona
Peace Hotel, Shanghai
A Peek Backwards Into the Jewish Community of Shanghai, Wei Peh Ti (pdf document)
The plight of Jews fleeing Nazi persecution: two films: Shanghai Ghetto and Nowhere in Africa, Joanne Laurier, May 31, 2003
Polish Jewish Refugees in the Shangha Ghetto, 1941-1945, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Port of Last Resort, Ron Gluckman, April 1999, Wall Street Journal
Port of Last Resort: The Diaspora Communities of Shanghai (Book) by Marcia Ristaino
Port of Last Resort: A Refuge in Shanghai, Documentary Film
Port of Last Resort: Zuflucht in Shanghai (DVD)
Port of Last Resort: Zuflucht in Shanghai: Home Site for the Documentary Film
Port of Last Resort, Review by CultureVulture.Net
Port of Last Resort, Review by Marcia Reynders Ristaino
Port of Last Resort, National Center for Jewish Film
Portrait of a Heroine in Shanghai, eJewish Philanthropy, January 16, 2012
Preface to The Jews in Shanghai, Pan Guang
Ran & Osnat Fridman Chuppah First Time in 65 years at Shanghai Ohel Moshe Historical Synagogue, youtube.com
Rare Photos of the Bund, by Ralph Harpuder, Rickshaw Express Web
Rebirth of Shanghai's Jewish Community: Our First Torah in Decades, The Shanghai's Messenger, July 1998
Refugee reunion, By Zhang Zhilong, People's Daily Online, by December 30, 2011
Rena Krasno: Author, Speaker, Grandmother
Replanting Roots in Shanghai: Architect Haim Dotan’s Journey, Erica Lyons, Asian Jewish Life, Spring 2010
Rescue Via the Far East: The Attempt to Save Polish Rabbis & Yeshivah Students, 1939-41, Efraim Zuroff, Museum of Tolerance Online
Restoring Jewish Legacy, March 3, 2004, China.org.cn
Restoring Jewish legacy, March 3, 2004, Chinaview.cn
Return of a Shanghai Jew, Adam Minter, January 15, 2006
Returning to the Past, Marty Goldensohn
Reviving Jewish Life in China, by Douglas M. Blomfield, Jewish World Review, February 3, 1998
Rich legacy of the Jews, Joshua Shi, February 15, 2001, Shanghai Star
The Rickshaw Express Web Home Site
Robert Case: Jewish Sites Visited, a collection of Jewish journeys worldwide, including China
Rosh Hashana Services at Ohel Rachel Synagogue - Shanghai, From Points East , a publication of the Sino-Judaic Institute, California
Safe Haven? Foreign Exiles in Old Shanghai: A Review of "Port of Last Resort," Hnet
Safe Haven in China: The Untold History of the Jews, a new film proposal
Safe in Shanghai: One Holocaust survivor's unusual tale, Rosa Salter Rodriguez, November 3, 2007, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Salem Shaloam David, JewishEncyclopedia.com
Salvaging Jewish Heritage in China, Block by Block, Sheridan Prasso, May 31, 2004, New York Times
Sassoon, JewishEncyclopedia.com
The Sassoons' Return Visit to Baghdad, The Scribe Journal (#74) of Babylonian Jewry, Pages 17-26 (pdf document)
Saving a jewel of Shanghai, By Sheridan Prasso, March 12, 2004, International Herald Tribune
Saving Shanghai's Jewish Past, Headstone by Headstone, Sue Fishkoff, JTA, April 13, 2009
Shanghai: Saving the stones, Tracing the Tribe: Jewish Genealogy Blog, April 7, 2010
Shanghai, JewishEncyclopedia.com
A Seder in Shanghai, Sonia Pressman Fuentes
S.F. Sephardi will Share Shanghai Ties, by Lori Eppstein, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Shanghai again opens its arms to Jews, Kathleen E. McLaughlin, March 5, 2006, San Francisco Gate, Story
Shanghai Boy Scouts: The 13th United Group, Ralph Harpuder, rickshaw.org
Shang-Chai, Tales of a Wandering Jew Blog Spot, December 5, 2006
Shangchai, Jewish Daily Forward, Short Cuts, December 2, 2005
Shanghai Celebrates First Kosher Wedding in 60 Years, Tamar Runyan, Mar 20, 2008, chabad.org
Shanghai Childhood: Herta's Story, Powerhouse Museum Exhibition Highlighting Child Refugee Journeys, October 2001
Shanghai Connection Exhibition, Marion and Ed Vickar Jewish Museum of Western Canada
The Shanghai Connection, Chaim Lipschitz
The Shanghai Connection: Based on the Hebrew "Nes Hatzalah," by Chaim U. Lipschitz
Shanghai Diary: A Young Girl's Journey from Hitler's Hate to War-Torn China, by Ursula Bacon
Shanghai Diary, a memoir by Ursula Bacon, M Press Books
Shanghai Dairy, a review of Ursula Bacon's Book, by Anise Hollingshead
Shanghai Dairy, a review of Ursula Bacon's Book, by Eric Kisch
Shanghai Diary, a review of Ursula Bacon's Book, by Nicole Laskowski
Shanghai Express: A slice of Jewish life in an Asian community, Robert Leiter, Jewish Exponent, April 16, 2009
Shanghai Ghetto, A New Film Opening in New York September 2002
Shanghai Ghetto, The Documentary Film
Shanghai Ghetto, Digital Download, The Documentary Film
Shanghai Ghetto - Documentary DVD, JewishSoftware.com
Shanghai Ghetto, Wikipedia
Shanghai Ghetto, YouTube
Shanghai HIAS Lists, Peter Nash, Sydney, rickshaw.org
Shanghai Hosts First Jewish Wedding in Over 50 Years, Dvir Bar-Gal, United Jewish Communities
The Shanghai I Knew: A Foreign Native in Pre-Revolutionary China, Ellis Jacob
Shanghai International Day School, YouTube
Shanghai Jewish community celebrates milestone event, Cara Anna, April 18, 2008, Associated Press
Shanghai Jewish Graves, Shanghai Jewish Memorial
Shanghai Jewish Quarter Images
Shanghai’s Jewish Area 1 Billion USD Redevelopment, January 2, 2007
Shanghai Jewish Community Ready to Welcome the World, Reuvena Leah Grodnitzky, chabad.org, April 25, 2010
Shanghai Jews, October 27 2002, ABC-TV
Shanghai Jews, Nancy Pine, March 2005 [pdf document]
Shanghai Jews as Seen by the Chinese, by Huang, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Shanghai Legacy, by Marian Cuba
Shanghai Legacy, Marian Cuba, 2008, Home Site
Shanghai again opens its arms to Jews, Kathleen E. McLaughlin, March 5, 2006, Chronicle Foreign Service
Shanghai Past and Present Photo Gallery, PBase
Shanghai Public School for Girls Reunion 1965, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Shanghai Remembered... Stories Of Jews Who Escaped To Shanghai From Nazi Europe, by Berl Falbaum
Shanghai Restores a Lost Synagogue, Wall Street Journal excerpt, The Scribe Journal of Babylonian Jewry
Shanghai Reunion 2006, By Audrey Friedman Marcus
Shanghai revives Jewish architecture, Pan Haixia, August 20, 2004, China Daily
Shanghai: The Rise and Fall of a Decadent City 1842-1949, by Stella Dong
Shanghai: The Rise and Fall of a Decadent City, Review by Michael Helfand, Post-Gazette.com, November 12, 2000
Shanghai: The Rise and Fall of a Decadent City, Author Stella Dong talks about Shanghai, AsianWeek.com, July 26, 2000
Shanghai Was Refuge For Those With Nowhere To Go, Miriam Widman, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Shanghai Refuge: A Memoir of the World War II Jewish Ghetto, by Ernest G. Heppner
Shanghai Seder, Lauren Kaufman, TravelTerrific
Shanghai Special Olympics: Jewish Athletes Recieve Warm Welcome at Shanghai Special Olympics, R. Rosenthal, Lubavitch.com
Shanghai: The Designated Area, reprint of the Japanese Proclamation for Stateless Refugees, Kulanu
Shanghai to Honor Its Jewish Legacy: City to Save Part of Refugees' Ghetto, Edward Cody, September 5, 2004, Washington Post
Shanghai to restore historic Shul, February 8, 2007, Yeshiva World News
Shanghai's Jewish 'Ghetto' looks to reinvent itself, by Simon Montlake, November 1, 2006, Christian Science Monitor
Shanghai's Jewish transplants, Miriam Widman, June 9, 2000, JTA
Shanghai’s non-Hongkou Jewish walking tour, CNN, March 25, 2010
Shanghai plans to restore refuge of 20,000 Jews during WWII, Xinhua, January 7, 2004
Shanghai Plans to Restore WWII Jewish Refuge, Xinhua, January 7, 2004
Shanghai Story Walks, by Yvette Ho Madany
Shanghai Synagogues, Page 1, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Shanghai Synagogues, Page 2, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Shanghai Synagogues, Page 3, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Shanghai Synagogues, Page 4, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Shanghai Synagogues, Page 5, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Shanghai Synagogues, Page 6, Shanghai, HaChayim HaYehudim Photo Library
Shanghai Trip Connects Lives, Jewish News of Greater Phoenix, July 20, 2007
Shanghai Yesterday and Today, Ralph Harpuder, rickshaw.org
Shelter Found in Shanghai: Interview with Evelyn Pike-Rubin, Survivor and Author of "Ghetto Shanghai," Jun3 1997, An End to Intolerance
The Ships That Brought Us To Shanghai, by Ralph Harpuder, Rickshaw Express Web
Shmoozing with the Shammas of Shanghai, Jack Weiss, JewishJournal.com, October 26, 2006
'Siegfried Sassoon', Max Egremont, January 1, 2006, New York Times Review
Siegfried Sassoon: A Life, by Max Egremont
Silas Aaron Hardoon (1851-1931): Business, Politics and Philanthropy in Republican Shanghai, 1911-1931, Chiara Betta, Autumn 2002, The Scribe
The Jew-ciest Tour in Shanghai, SmartShanghai.com, July 28, 2006
Solemn celebration and seminar in Shanghai, rickshaw.org, November 2005
Sport and Jewish identity in the Shanghai Jewish Community 1938-1949, Anthony Hughes (pdf document)
Stateless Jewish Author Revives Memories of China, Anneli Rufus, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, 1997
The Story of Jan Zwartendijk and his Legacy to Judaism, by David Kranzler
Strangers Always: A Jewish Family in Wartime Shanghai, by Reno Krasno
Strange Haven: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Shanghai, University of Illinois Press
Strange Haven: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Shanghai, by Sigmund Tobias
The Streets and People of Shanghai The Way We Remember Them, Ralph Harpuder, rickshaw.org
A Stroll Down Chusan Road, Rickshaw Express Web
Study of the Holocaust Sees Growing Demand Among Overseas Visitors, by Ethan Bronner, NYTimes.com, February 14, 2012
Study Tour in Shanghai: alpha-canada.org
Survival In Shanghai: The Journals of Fred Marcus 1939-49, Audrey Friedman Marcus and Rena Krasno with a Foreword by Deborah E. Lipstadt
Survival in Shanghai (Ten Green Bottles: The True Story of One Family's Journey from War-Torn Austria to the Ghettos of Shanghai) (Book Review)
Synagogues of the World: Shanghai, Jewish Virtual Library
Tales of a Wandering Jew: Shang-Chai, December 5, 2006
Tales of Old China
Ten Green Bottles: The True Story of One Family's Journey from War-torn Austria to the Ghettos of Shanghai, by Vivian Jeanette Kaplan
Tess Johnston in Shanghai
That Last Glorious Summer 1939 Shanghai -- Japan, by Reno Krasno
The Shanghai I Knew: A Foreign Native in Pre-Revolutionary China, Ellis Jacob
Theyleg, Frank L., Survivor/Ghettos, Shanghai, Holocaust Memorial Center
Toughened 'Shanghailanders' reunite to celebrate life, Joe Eskenazi, April 19, 2002, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California
'Tomb Raider' Prowls Shanghai for Jewish Headstones, June 5, 2003, china.org.cn
To Wear the Dust of War: From Bialystok to Shanghai to the Promised Land, an Oral History (Palgrave Studies in Oral History), by Samuel Iwry, Leslie J.H. Kelley
To Wear the Dust of War: From Bialystok to Shanghai to the Promised Land, an Oral History, by Samuel Iwry
To Wear the Dust of War: From Bialystok to Shanghai to the Promised Land, an Oral History (Kindle Edition), by Samuel Iwry
Trying to Relive the Past: Restoring Shanghai's Old Jewish Neighborhood Won't be Easy, Lisa Movius, March 2005, Asian Wall Street Journal
Unearthing history, Alexis Chiu, Shanghai Star, October 21, 2004
Unlikely Assistance: How the Chinese and the Japanese Saved 20,000 Jews in Shanghai during World War II, Ian Deeks (pdf document)
Uriel's Legacy, by Maurits Van Der Veen, A journey of a boy in a Japanese internment camp in Shanghai the 20th Century
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Feature Archives (for specific articles/bibliographies, search "China" and "Shanghai")
A Walk Into History, Richard Edelman, June 20, 2008
Wanderers and Settlers in the Far East: A Century of Jewish Life in China and Japan, 1962, Herman Dicker
Wanderers and Settlers In The Far East A Century Of Jewish Life in the Far East, 1962, by Herman Dicker
We Shall Remember Those That Taught Us, Ralph Harpuder
When Past and Present Collide: Reshaping the future of the historic Shanghai Ghetto, by Erica Lyons, Asian Jewish Life
When "ShangChai" was Yiddish for "Life" by Sheldon Kirshner, Jewish World Review, February 3, 1998
Winter Holidays in China, Marion D.S. Dreyfus, December 28, 2003, Think-Israel
With thanks to Shanghai, by Chen Weihua, chinadaily.com.cn, April 11, 2011
Youtai Ren Zai Shanghai: The Jews in Shanghai by Pan Guang


JEWISH TIANJIN/TIENTSIN

China-born author Isabelle Maynard dies at 78, Stacey Palevsky, July 27, 2007, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California
China Dreams: Growing Up Jewish in Tientsin (Singular Lives), by Isabelle Maynard
China Dreams: Growing Up Jewish in Tientsin, Isabelle Maynard
Ford of Heaven, by Brian Power
The Jews in Tianjin, Anna Song
Jewish Labor and the Holocaust, Rescue Efforts 1939-1941
Historic Jewish Community of Tianjin, Jewish Times Asia
Jewish Relics Traced in North China City of Tianjin, December 14, 2001, China Virtual Tours
Old Tientsin Slide Show, An American in China: A Memoir
Stateless' Jewish author revives memories of China, Anneli Rufus, April 18, 1997, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California
Taking notes: the life of Larry Sitsky, March 2005, Australian National University
Tianjin, Wikipedia
Tientsin, JewishEncyclopedia.com
Tientsin, David Hulme, Old Asia Hands Society


OTHER JEWISH COMMUNITIES OF CHINA: Guangzhou • Nanjing • Shandong Province • Shenzhen • Taiwan

Guangzhou

A Brief Sojourn in Asia and the Flourishing of Jewish Life, David C. Buxbaum
As China's Economy Grows, So Does the Jewish Community Grow, Jewish Federation of Greater Washington
Booming economy fuels Chabad's explosive growth in China, By Larry Luxner, June 15, 2006
Chabad of Guangzhou
Guangzhou, Jewish Times Asia
Guangzhou and Shenzhen Chabad Communities, Jewish Times Asia
Jewish Community Center of Guangzhou, chabad.org
Jewish and Kosher Guangzhou
Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Friends Group, Guangzhou Stuff
One China volunteer’s quest to find the Jewish community in Guangzhou, Blog of Volunteers in Asia, September 24, 2009

Kunming

Jewish High Holidays in Kunming, goKunming.com, September 2, 2011
Some information about the new chabad house in town, goKunming.com, September 27, 2011

Nanjing

Holocaust Education in China, by Professor Xu Xin, Holocaust and the United Nations Discussion Paper Series
Institute of Jewish Studies: Nanjing University
Institute of Jewish Studies (Nanjing), Wikipedia
Jewish History and Culture: Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, summer 2002
Letter from Nanjing: Teaching the Chinese about Jews, Samuel Heilman, Report on 1999 Seminar for Chinese Professors of World History at Nanjing University, Summer, 1999
Religion Journal; A Professor in Nanjing Takes Up Jewish Studies, Gustav Niebuhr, March 13, 1999, New York Times

Shandong Province (Jinan)

The Burgeoning of Jewish Studies in China, M. Avrum Ehrlich, Shandong University
Center For Judaic Studies, Shandong University
Center for Judaic and Inter-Religious Studies, Shandong University
Chinese Studying Judaism: Interview with Youde Fu, October 1, 2006, The Ark
Professor Fu Youde, Center for Judaic and Inter-Religious Studies, Shandong University
Scholars call for cementing ties between China and the Jewish people, Asher Schecter,May 15, 2008, HaAretz

Taiwan (Taipei)

Dan Bloom Blog Spot
A Down-Home Davening ... In Taiwan, Neil Steinberg, Jewish World Review, August 9, 2002
For Linguistics Scholar in Taiwan, Yiddish is more Than Just Shtick, by Dan Bloom, JTA Global News
Happy Chinese Taiwanese Hanukkah, December 7, 2007, Fili's World Blog Site
International Jewish Cemetery Project: Taiwan, International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies
Introducing Israel to the Taiwanese students, November 10, 2007, Fili's World Blog Site
Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei (ISECO)
Energetic Chabad rabbi nourishes Jewish Taipei, by Greer Fay Cashman, Jerusalem Post, January 14, 2012
Jewish Taiwan, haruth.com
Jews in China: The project EEIF in China and Taiwan, 2003-2004, Translated Page
Jews in China: The project EEIF in China and Taiwan, 2003-2004, French Language Site
Keeping the Faith in Taiwan, Larry Luxner, JTA
Overshadowed by China, a few Jews hold on in Taiwan, Larry Luxner, October 4, 2007, Jewish Herald-Voice
Virtual Jewish History Tour: Taiwan
Yiddish in Taiwan from Dan Bloom

Various Others

Chabad Shenzhen
Chabad Center Shenzhen
Chabad of Yiwu


JEWS OF CHINA'S SILK ROAD Including Lost Tribes (See Kaifeng Community Separately)

Across China's Silk Road, by Walter Glaser
Amazing story of the road well travelled, Jane Wright 2004, Camden New Journal
Amishav Organization for the Dispersed of Israel
Ancient Relievo with Jewish Design Unearthed in East China, Xinhua, October 25, 2001, People's Daily
Ancient Relievo with Jewish Design Unearthed in East China, Xinhua, October 25, 2001, China.org.cn
Aurel Stein: An Archeologist Follows His Dreams to Asia
Aurel Stein On The Silk Road, by Susan Whitfield
Aurel Stein: Pioneer of the Silk Road, by Annabel Walker
Chiang-Min Jews, Haruth.com
Chiang-Min Jews of Sichuan, December 4, 2003, China Daily
The Exiled and the Redeemed, Victor Sharpe, April 3, 2004, Israel Hasbara Committee
The Lives of Aurel Stein, or, the Road to Balkh, Reviews of Biographies of Aurel Stein, 1995
Lost Tribes of Israel, pbs.org
Lost Tribes of Israel: Where are the Ten Lost Tribes? NOVA Online
The Lost Tribes: Where Are They Today? Ask the Rabbi, ohr.edu
Marc Aurel Stein, Wikipedia
On Ancient Central Asian Tracks, by Aurel Stein
Religions of the Silk Road: Overland Trade and Cultural Exchange from Antiquity to the Fifteenth Century, by Richard C. Foltz
'Remembering Sir Aurel Stein' Seminar, exhibition organised jointly by NSKRI, Nov/Dec 1998
Silkmaking and the Jews, Hebrew History Federation, Ltd., by Samuel Kurinsky
Sir Aurel Stein, Archaeological Explorer, by Jeannette Mirsky
The Ten Lost Tribes, Wikipedia


JUDIASM & ASIAN AND CHINESE RITUALS, FOODS, FAITHS & PHILOSOPHIES: Commonalities, Contrasts, Pluralism

A Jewish Mother in Shangri-La by Rosie Rosenzweig
Beside Still Waters: Jews, Christians, and the Way of the Buddha, Edited by John Keenan
Buddhism & Judaism, Collection of Resources
Buddhist Jews a growing U.S. force, May 2, 2006, UPI
Buddhist translation of biblical Psalms, Don Lattin, September 8, 2002, San Francisco Chronicle
Chicken Soup with Chopsticks: A Jew's Struggle for Truth in an Interfaith Relationship, by Jack Botwinik
Chinese Kosher Cooking, by Betty S. Goldberg
Divine Emptiness and Historical Fullness: A Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Conversation, by Masao Abe
Don't Just Do Something, Sit There: A Mindfulness Retreat, Sylvia Boorstein
Dragon Boating in Israel
Earliest Symbols of the Buddhists, Japanese, Jews, and Danites, by Albert Churchward
The Emptying God: A Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Conversation (Faith Meets Faith Series), by John B. Cobb
The Emptying God: A Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Conversation, by John B. Cobb
Entering The Sacred Mountain: Exploring the Mystical Practices of Judaism, Buddhism, and Sufism, by David A. Cooper
The Exiled and the Redeemed, Victor Sharpe, April 3, 2004, Israel Hasbara Committee
Fritos and Foie Gras: Kimchi Latkes, http://fritosandfoiegras.com/
From Dojo to the Bimah: Martial Arts Meets Judaism, by Aleza Goldsmith, Jewish Bulletin of Northern California, January 12, 2001
From Lokshen to Lo Mein: The Jewish Love Affair with Chinese Food, by Don Siegel
Haikus for Jews: For You, a Little Wisdom, by David M. Bader
Haikus for Jews: For You, a Little Wisdom, Kindle Edition, by David M. Bader
Haggadah for Jews & Buddhists: A Passover Ritual, by Elizabeth Pearce-Glassheim
I Give You My Life, by Ayya Khema
Introducing Chinese Casserole Cookery, by Lilah Kan
Japanese Kosher Cooking: Sushi Sushi and More, by Kinue Weinstein
The Jerusalem School of Tai Chi Chuan, taichiwalking.com
Jew-Bu detective story blends two cultures, Michael Fox, September 8, 2006, Jewish News Weekly of Northern California
Jew-Bu Stuff: Where Buddah Meets Bubbe
Jew in the Lotus: A Poet's Rediscovery of Jewish Identity in Buddhist India (Plus), by Roger Kamanetz
Jew in the Lotus and Stalking Elijah, the books by Roger Kamenetz
Jew in the Lotus, the film by Laurel Chiten
Jewish Buddhism - best of two worlds? Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
Jewish-Buddhist Encounter: Both faith communities have something to teach the other, Ira Rifkin, myjewishlearning.com
Jews and Buddhism: Belief Amended, Faith Revealed, A film by Bill Chayes and Isaac Solotaroff, Summary
Jews and Buddhism: Belief Amended, Faith Revealed (1999), IMDb
Jews and Buddhism: Belief Amended, Faith Revealed Comments
Jews and Buddhism: Belief Amended, Faith Revealed, Review, 2008, The Jewish Channel
Kirtan call: Rabbi brings sacred chanting to Holy Days, jweekly.com, September 15, 2011
The Kosher Chinese Gourmet, by Ilrael-Dan Daor Aharoni
Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating with China's Other Billion, by Michael Levy
Kosher Chinese: Living, Teaching, and Eating with China's Other Billion, by Michael Levy
Letters to a Buddhist Jew, by Akiva Tatz
The Lost Jews The Ten Tribes, Rabbi Yirmiyahu Ullman, July 24, 2004, ohr.edu
Michal Shimoni, Feng Shui Artist
Millie Chan's Kosher Chinese Cookbook, by Millie Chan
Mixed-race Jewish children locate their communal comfort zone, Sue Fishkoff, The JC.com, November 12, 2009
The New Chinese-Kosher Cookbook, by Bob Grossman
Nosh New York: The Food Lover's Guide to New York City's Most Delicious Neighborhoods, by Myra Alperson
One God Clapping: The Spiritual Path of a Zen Rabbi, by Alan Lew, Sherril Jaffe
Pastrami Egg Rolls and the Jewish Love of Chinese Food, by Josh Ozersky, TIME, September 14, 2011
Ruins of Desert Cathay: Personal Narrative of Explorations in Central Asia and Westernmost China, by M. Aurel Stein
Schnorientalism: The Tao of Jews, Nick Frisch, February 6, 2008, Jewish Daily Forward
The Seventh Daughter: My Culinary Journey from Beijing to San Francisco, Cecilia Chiang
Shabbat Meals: Indian Shakshuka, By Shulie Madnick, Jewish Daily Forward, September 21, 2011
Stalking Elijah: Adventures with Today's Jewish Mystical Masters, by Roger Kamenetz
Study of Intermarriage between Asian and Jewish Americans, Bechol Lashon
That's Funny, You Don't Look Buddhist: On Being a Faithful Jew and a Passionate Buddhist, by Sylvia Boorstein
The Time for a Spiritual Judaism Is Now, by Danny Cohen, Huffington Post, July 19, 2012
Three Gates to Meditation Practice: A Personal Journey into Sufism, Buddhism, and Judaism, by David A. Cooper
Why Did Jewish Communities Take to Chinese Food?, Smithsonian.com, December 21, 2011



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