Where can you get a master’s degree at a top university for less money and where the sun shines for most of the year? Clue: it’s not in North America, Europe or Australia.
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In August, 2011, Michael Podberezin became the first Israeli to gain entrance to North Korea as a tourist on his Israeli passport. During his visit, he managed to capture some of the absurdity of life behind the curtain of the 38th parallel just months before the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il
How one organization is reining in Israeli enthusiasm and spirit to use as a force for good in India.
The Kadoorie Family, Sephardi Jews who emigrated from Baghdad in 1880 to settle in the Far East, are synonymous with the development and fortunes of Hong Kong and Shanghai. In May 2007, Sir Michael Kadoorie founded the Hong Kong Heritage Project, a project aimed at preserving community history.
Robin Jeffrey speaks to co-director and producer, Jonas Pariente, on his new documentary, Next Year in Bombay.
‘A Jewish Girl in Shanghai’ is the first Chinese animation film to address the subject of the Holocaust and tells the story of the Jews who fled Nazi-occupied Europe and found refuge in Shanghai.
The Israeli Consulate in Shanghai recently posted many old photos of Shanghai on the Israeli Consulate’s official account on Sina Weibo – Israel in China – which were taken by Jewish photographer Sam Sanzetti from the 1920s to the 1950s.
Israel’s Ambassador to India, Mark Sofer, on agritech, diplomacy and Bollywood
Professor D. Balasubramanian is President of the Indian Academy of Sciences and Director of Research at the L.V. Prasad Eye Institute in the State of Hyderabad.
The east-central Chinese city of Kaifeng — one of the seven ancient capitals of China — has two claims to fame: First, during the Middle Ages, it was considered the world’s largest metropolis, with an estimated 1.5 million inhabitants, and secondly, it’s the focal point of China’s contribution to Jewish history.