“I’ve never met any Chinese people, and the first one I came across knows me and my tale and was moved to tears at meeting me.”
— The children of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the Jewish daughter and son-in-law of the president, performed for the Chinese president and his wife during their official visit to the United States. Arabella, 5, and Joseph Kushner, 3, sang a Chinese folk song and recited verses from classic Chinese poetry. Ivanka Trump posted…
The Chinese insurance conglomerate Anbang won’t help redevelop the Kushners’ Manhattan real estate headquarters after all.
China’s Anbang Insurance Group said it is not investing in a Manhattan office tower owned by the family of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser.
A company owned by the family of Jared Kushner, U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, stands to receive over $400 million from China’s Anbang Insurance Group, that is investing in a Manhattan building owned by the Kushners, Bloomberg reported.
Chinese food is synonymous with behaving badly in Ashkenazi culture, Andrew Dubrov writes. Calvin Trillin critics should chew on that.
Five women from the ancient Chinese Jewish community of Kaifeng arrived in Israel Monday morning to start their new lives in the Jewish state.
On Monday, February 29, five women from the ancient Chinese Jewish community of Kaifeng plan to make aliyah with the help of the nonprofit organization Shavei Israel.
Chinese business conglomerate has agreed to become the majority shareholder of the Israeli Ahava Dead Sea minerals cosmetics company for close to $76.5 million.
Rachel Gross has tried to claim a Chinese and Jewish identity simultaneously — only to be told that she doesn’t count as either. Can she straddle the divide between cultures without being deemed inauthentic?