Who are the Kaifeng Jews? Is the Chinese government “cracking down” on them?
The Jewish community in Kaifeng, China, is facing a government “crackdown,” according to Jewish activists.
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.
For the first time in over 150 years, the small but ancient Jewish community of Kaifeng, China will hold a Passover celebration. Here’s what it will look like.
With stadium seating and the scent of fresh popcorn in the air, the November 21 screening of “A Jewish Girl in Shanghai” could have taken place in any shopping mall cinema in the world. But there was nothing ordinary about the film itself, which is China’s first homegrown Jewish movie, and an animated one at that.