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Jewish Life in China: Tales from the Far East

For many people it is surprising to learn that there is a long and rich history of Jewish communities in China. In this talk we will explore the three places with the most relevant historical presence of Jews: Kaifeng (where a community was established in the Middle Ages and whose descendants still live today); Harbin (where a community from Russia thrived around the Trans-Siberian Railway), and Shanghai (where thousands of Jews came as refugees during WWII). We will also learn how Jewish life is today for those who currently live in China.

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Jewish artists have tended to take on elements of the societies in which the artists lived.

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An introduction to Jewish visual arts from Bezalel to the 21st century.

Chaim Soutine

A Belarusian yeshiva boy becomes an icon of Parisian art.