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Livni visits Japan and South Korea E-mail

Tzipora Livni, Foreign Affairs Minister and Vice Prime Minister of the State of Israel, also made a recent trip to Asia in January.

Livni made an official visit to Japan her first, and met with leaders including, Japan’s National Security Advisor Yoriko Koike and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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Olmert returns to China to celebrate friendship between nations E-mail

January 24 officially marked the anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between the State of Israel and the People’s Republic of China. The occasion was honoured by a visit to China by Israel’s Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert.

The purpose of the trip was to celebrate the strong friendship between the two nations and to further promote the exchange of ideas in agriculture, science and technology, and culture. The strengthening of cooperation in trade, economics and security issues were also at the top of the agenda.

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Israeli program a model for Sri Lanka E-mail
An Israeli project entitled the “Digital Bridge” was developed by students and highlighted at a past ITU Telecom Asia Youth Forum. The “Digital Bridge” recognised divides within Israeli society and sought to use digital literacy as a tool to lessen the gap.Please login or register to see the full article
 
Classic Car Show features Kadoorie's Silver Ghost Print E-mail
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The Classic Car Club held its show in Hong Kong. The true star of the show was Michael Kadoorie’s 1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost.

This classic car is believed to be only one of fi ve ever built. The hard work of the restoration project clearly paid off.

Michael Kadoorie purchased the car in 1999 and began the massive project then. In the end, the Silver Ghost and Kadoorie went home with trophies that showed the appreciation of all those who had the opportunity to view such a perfect and rare
motor car.

 

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Bar Mitzvah of Jack Ormut E-mail

On 18 November, Jack Ormut was called to the Torah on the occasion of his bar mitzvah.

The Bar Mitzvah of this charismatic eighty-year old drew over 300 people to the Ohel Leah synagogue to share in the family’s simcha.

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