Artscroll’s Torah translation showcases the “slide to the right” in American Orthodoxy. Steinsaltz offers a compelling alternative.
South Korea’s government has demanded an apology.
It’s surprisingly difficult.
It doesn’t have to be The One but The One Who Could Be The One.
I read Korean comic books based on the Talmud when I was little with rabbis as cartoon characters, but that was the extent of my interaction with Judaism. Now I’m on my way to becoming Jewish.
Korean “comfort women” met with Holocaust survivors as they toured the U.S. to raise awareness of the Japanese sexual enslavement of Korean women during World War II.
Samantha Yi is the grandchild of a Jewish Holocaust survivor and a kidnapped Korean mechanic. As a double minority growing up in America, does she get twice the privilege — or twice the discrimination?
It must be a first for Baltimore: An Asian-Jewish culinary mashup, courtesy of an Italian joint and a hip local coffee shop.
What do a Japanese rabbi and a Chinese restaurant have in common? It’s no punch line — just the unlikely story of Rabbi Theodore Tsuruoka and his Long Island shul.