A Jewish Girl in Shanghai
A Jewish Girl in Shanghai (Chinese: 猶太女孩在上海) is a 2010 Chinese animated family film written by Wu Lin and based on his graphic novel of the same name. It is directed by Wang Genfa and Zhang Zhenh...
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Pan Jun Shun
Pan Junshun (traditional Chinese: 潘均順; simplified Chinese: 潘均顺; pinyin: Pān Jūnshùn; 1889 – 1974), was the first Chinese national to be awarded the title Righteous Among the Nations for hi...
Noel Jacobs
Noel S. Jacobs (1898–1977) was the first and only commander of the Jewish Company of the Shanghai Volunteer Corps. Born in England to a Methodist family, he grew up in Hong Kong. He was a founder-memb...
Elias David Sassoon
Elias David Sassoon (27 March 1820 – 21 March 1880) Indian Merchant and Banker born in India, was the second son of David Sasson an Iraqi-Indian philanthropist Jewish businessman involved in trade in ...
Solomon David Sassoon
Solomon David Sassoon (1915–1985) was an educator, Rabbi, philanthropist, fundraiser, and collector of Jewish manuscripts.
Solomon David Sassoon was born in August 1915 in London. He is a member o...
Adolph Joffe
Adolph Abramovich Joffe (Russian: Адо́льф Абра́мович Ио́ффе, alternative transliterations Adolf Ioffe or, rarely, Yoffe) (10 October 1883, Simferopol – 16 November 1927, Moscow) was a Communi...
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Theresa Thornycroft
Theresa Thornycroft (1853–1947) was an English sculptor and painter.
Theresa Thornycroft was born in 1853. She was a member of the Thornycroft family. Her father was Thomas Thornycroft (1815-1885)...
Victor Sassoon
Sir Ellice Victor Sassoon, 3rd Baronet, GBE (20 December 1881 – 13 August 1961) was a businessman and hotelier from the Sassoon merchant and banking family.
Sir Ellice Victor Elias Sassoon w...
Elly Kadoorie
Eleazer Silas Kadoorie, known as Sir Elly Kadoorie (1867 - August 2, 1944), was philanthropist and member of a wealthy family that had large business interests in the Far East. His brother was Sir Ell...
Serge Rubanraut
Serge Rubanraut (16 March 1948, Shanghai – 12 October 2008, Sydney) was an Australian chess master.He won Australian Chess Championship at Sydney 1976, and represented Australia in the 22nd Chess Olym...
History of the Jews in Taiwan
Unlike mainland China, the Jewish presence in Taiwan is relatively young, and was never numerous. The first sizable presence began in the 1950s, when religious services were held in the United States ...
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Jakob Rudnik
Jakob Rudnik (24 March 1894–13 March 1963) was a Ukrainian-born agent for the Otdel Mezhdunarodny Sviasy (OMS), the Communist International's clandestine International Liaison Department. He ros...
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Tadeusz Romer
Tadeusz Romer (born December 6, 1894 in Antonosz near Kaunas - March 23, 1978 in Montreal) was a Polish diplomat and politician.He was a personal secretary to Roman Dmowski in 1919. Later he joined th...
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Ursula Kuczynski
Ursula Ruth Kuczynski (15 May 1907, Schöneberg, Prussia, German Empire – 7 July 2000, Berlin, Germany, also known as Ruth Werner, Ursula Beurton and Ursula Hamburger) was a German author and spy who w...
Lawrence Kadoorie, Baron Kadoorie
Lawrence Kadoorie, Baron Kadoorie, CBE (2 June 1899 in Hong Kong - 25 August 1993 in Hong Kong) was a famous industrialist, hotelier, and philanthropist. His father was Sir Elly Kadoorie, and his unc...
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Morris Cohen (adventurer)
Morris Abraham "Two-Gun" Cohen (1887–1970) was a British and Canadian adventurer of Jewish origin who became aide-de-camp to Sun Yat-sen and a major-general in the Chinese National Revolutionary Army....
Abraham Kaufman
Dr. Abraham Josevich Kaufman (Абрам Иосифович Кауфман, b. November 22, 1885 – d. March 25, 1971) was a Russian-born medical doctor, community organizer and Zionist who helped protect some tens of tho...
Arthur Sassoon
Arthur Sassoon (25 May 1840 – 13 March 1912) was an English banker and socialite.
Arthur Abraham David Sassoon was born on 25 May 1840. He was the fifth son of David Sassoon (1792–1864), a Jewish ...
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Reuben David Sassoon
Reuben David Sassoon (1835–1905) was an English businessman.
Reuben David Sassoon was born in 1835. His father was David Sassoon (1792–1864), a Jewish trader of opium and cotton in China who serve...
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Solomon David Sassoon (1841–1894)
Solomon David Sassoon (1841–1894) was a Baghdadi Jewish Indian businessman and philanthropist.
Solomon David Sassoon was born in Bombay, India in 1841.He went to China as an assistant to his fathe...
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Thornycroft family
The Thornycroft family was a notable English family of sculptors, artists and engineers, connected by marriage to the historic Sassoon family. The earliest known mention of the family is stated in Geo...
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Aaron Avshalomov
Aaron Avshalomov (Russian: Ааро́н Авшало́мов; 11 November 1894 in Nikolayevsk-on-Amur, Russia – 26 April 1965, New York) was a Russian-born Jewish composer.Born into a Mountain Jewish family...
Manya Reiss
Manya Reiss (also known as Maria Aerova, sometimes spelled Ayerova, Chinese: 马尼娅; pinyin: Mǎníyà, 1900–1962) was an American Marxist-Leninist and a founding member of the Communist Party USA (...
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Salem Shaloam David
Salem Shaloam David (1853−?) was a Chinese convert to Judaism.
He was born in 1853 to Chinese parents in Hankou, China, who named him Feba. Feba remained with his parents until 1861, when his fam...
Eduard Glass
Eduard (Esra) Glass (born 1902 - died after 1980) was an Austrian chess master.He won at Vienna 1927, and shared 1st with Erich Eliskases at Innsbruck 1929 (Austrian Chess Championship). He played sev...
Chaim Leib Shmuelevitz
Chaim Leib Shmuelevitz, (Hebrew: חיים לייב שמואלביץ‎ ;1902–1979), was a member of the faculty of the Mirrer Yeshiva for more than 40 years, in Poland, Shanghai and Jerusalem, serv...
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Horace Kadoorie
Sir Horace Kadoorie, CBE (28 September 1902 - 22 April 1995) was an industrialist, hotelier, and philanthropist. His father was Sir Elly Kadoorie, and his uncle, Sir Ellis Kadoorie. His family were o...
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David Samuel Margoliouth
David Samuel Margoliouth (17 October 1858, London – 23 March 1940, London) was an orientalist. He was briefly active as a priest in the Church of England. He was Laudian Professor of Arabic at ...