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22 October 2017 - 3 Heshvan 5778 - ג' חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ח
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Pitaboon - a specialist bakery launched E-mail

The situation for bread-lovers in Hong Kong is a little like the weather in that everyone complains about it.

But unlike the weather, bread is something that can be improved on, and Vered Nagar and Livnat Ashkenazi have gone out and done something.

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Medical device approved for use in Japan E-mail

The PillCam SB Capsule Endoscope, used to diagnose gastrointestinal diseases, was recently cleared for marketing in Japan.

The PillCam was developed by Israel’s Given Imaging as a diagnostic tool to find conditions from acid reflux to pre-cancerious lesions in the human digestive tract. Patients swallow the PillCam with water, and images are sent to a Walkman-like recorder taped to his abdomen.

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Football Dynamics Asia E-mail

Football Dynamics Asia is representing Edukick Camps in Southeast Asia and Australia.  

The camps combine football training, overseas study, and language immersion. Students can choose camps associated with some Premiership clubs in England, major clubs in Europe, and Israel (Ben Shemen Youth Village near Lod).

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Property magazine launched E-mail

Launching a magazine in 2002 covering Discovery Bay wasn’t enough for Corinne Jedwood and Tzachi Rechter. Their latest undertaking is Square Foot, a glossy English bi-weekly devoted to Hong Kong’s property market.

The magazine is an answer to several needs. “Hong Kong has a strong property culture; everybody is interested in property. The market changes rapidly, and people are always looking for a good deal, so there is a lot of turnover,” says Ms. Jedwood.

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Hong Kong artist designs Judaica for charity E-mail

What began as a project to help her children learn about tzedakah has turned into a business for Hong Kong artist Lori Ormut-Durbin.  

Her company XZYNG Judaica grew out of her children’s charity club, Kids for Israel, and her interest in textile Judaica that was in turn sparked by the Parochet she designed and had made for the Centennial celebration of Ohel Leah Synagogue in 2003.

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