Gen Xia Ye Slosberg
By Gen Xia Ye Slosberg
First Chinese-American rabbi feels lucky to be part of ‘two peoples, two traditions’
This piece was originally published in Jewish&, a publication of Be’chol Lashon. Growing up in San Francisco, Rabbi Jacqueline Mates-Muchin and her siblings went to Hebrew school to learn about Jewish traditions, and to Chinese school and summer camps in the city’s Chinatown. The senior rabbi at Temple Sinai in Oakland rarely experienced the feelings…
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