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Yom Yerushalayim spirit in Asia Print E-mail

 

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On 16 May, Yom Yerushalayim was celebrated with spirit throughout Israel, Asia & the world.

School children in Hong Kong enjoyed making the most out of the festivities at Ohel Leah Synagogue, where the true spirit of the day was captured. A special party was organised, with a “Jerusalem” designed cake as the center piece.

 

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Israeli hiker's body discovered in China E-mail

Ada Gershkowitz, an Israeli hiker, was reported missing nearly five months ago.  Gershkowitz, age 62, was in China as part of a Far East tour that she embarked on in March 2006.

She last had contacted her family in November when she had arranged to go on a three-day trek in the Yunnan region. The Israeli embassy coordinated a search for her with the assistance of local authorities.

 

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Holocaust survivor addresses US troops in South Korea E-mail

On Friday, 13 April, Ed Lessing paid a visit to United States servicemen and women in South Korea at Camp Red Cloud to talk about his experiences as a Holocaust survivor.

Lessing’s South Korea visit included scheduled talks with chaplains and senior leaders as well as a Shabbat evening address, to the Jewish community, during Friday night services. His visit was arranged as part of the Camp’s Yom Hashoah observance.

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Record crowds at Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrations in Bangkok E-mail

Well over five hundred guests packed the J.W. Marriott Hotel Ballroom, in Bangkok, to celebrate Israel’s 59th Independence Day.

The reception, hosted by the Embassy of Israel in Bangkok, brought together ambassadors, diplomats, government officials and celebrities, including Privy Councilor General Pichit Kulavanich, Labour Minister Mr. Aphai Chanthanajunlaka, Natural Resources and Environment Minister Mr. Kasem Sanitwongse na Ayudhaya.

 

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UJC announces new adult education institute E-mail

The United Jewish Congregation of Hong Kong announced their foundation of a new adult education institute called “Machon L’limuday Yahadoot” in Hebrew and “Sang Yan Yau Tai Hoc Hoc Yun” in Cantonese.

The programme is intended to place under one umbrella all of the adult education offerings they present to the community.

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