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IDI Establishes New Hong Kong office as a gateway into China E-mail

The Israel Diamond Institute (IDI) launched their official regional office opening on 9 July 2007, with a cocktail reception held at the Hong Kong Banker’s Club.

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Jacob Ballas Center opens in Singapore E-mail

The Singapore community is proud to announce the official opening of the new Jewish community centre, known as the Jacob Ballas Center. The opening ceremony was held on 6 June 2007 and drew a large crowd of Jewish residents.

The event included speeches from Joseph Benjamin, the current President of the Singapore Jewish Welfare Board, Rabbi Mordechai Abergel, and his wife, Simcha Abergel.

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Camp Gan Izzy delivering fun Print E-mail
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School is out and Chabad’s Camp Gan Izzy is bringing smiles to children.

The fun is in full swing for campers in Gan Izzy’s Hong Kong and Bangkok programmes taking place in July. The programme is staffed by dedicated counselors from the US.

The full range of camp experiences are provided including: swimming,  sports,  arts & crafts, boating, Shabbat programming, and special outings, designed to allow the campers to enjoy the best parts of summer in a Jewish setting.

 

(Issue August 2007)    

 
ADL appeals to mayor of Kyoto E-mail

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), along with other prominent Jewish agencies, appealed to the mayor of Kyoto, Masumoto Yorikane, to attempt to prevent a dangerous Holocaust denier from speaking in public.

In their letter to the Kyoto mayor, the ADL cited guidelines for the Campus Plaza that restrict inflammatory speech or use of the space for political purposed.

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Israel renovates Hongkou Elders' Activity Center E-mail

On 6 June, the Consulate of Israel in Shanghai, in collaboration with the Hongkou District government and the Shanghai Charity Foundation, inaugurated a newly renovated elderly activities-center in Huoshan Park, to honour the residents of Hongkou district for sheltering Jewish refugees during World War II.

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