Judith Elbaum Schumer tells the story of how her family escaped the Holocaust by traveling from Poland to Vilna, crossing Russia to Japan, and spending several years in Shanghai before reaching the United States.
Judith Elbaum Schumer, teacher, tells the story of how her father, journalist Moshe Elbaum, put on a satirical play while living in Japanese-controlled Shanghai.
Han Xu talks about the Jewish refugees of WWII in Shanghai, and points out the diversity within this community and other Jewish communities.
Han Xu outlines the presence of Jewish refugees in Shanghai during World War Two, and the lasting impact it's had on the city.
Professor Sam Kassow explains why over 17,000 Jews immigrated to Shanghai, China during World War II.
one of the largest and fastest-growing Jewish cultural organization in America.