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23 January 2020 - 26 Tevet 5780 - כ"ו טבת ה' אלפים תש"פ
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Karnit Goldwasser in KH-UIA Hong Kong event E-mail

Keren Hayesod-UIA Hong Kong coordinated a talk by Karnit Goldwasser at the Jewish Community Centre of Hong Kong on 29 March 2009. Over one hundred community members gathered to hear her speak.

Karnit Goldwasser is the widow of IDF soldier Ehud Goldwasser. He was abducted in 2006 by Hezbollah. Karnit Goldwasser, married only for a few months, was left without knowledge of his whereabouts until his body was returned home over two years later.

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Carmel School's 18th Annual Dinner E-mail

The Carmel School of Hong Kong celebrated 18 years of Jewish education in Hong Kong at their annual dinner on 26 March 2009 at the Aberdeen Marina Club.

Nearly 200 guests attended the event. The highlight of the evening was both the auction of the children's artwork and a music video presentation featuring the Carmel students.

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Ehlrich on Women's Day in Bangkok E-mail

Ines Ehrlich delivered a keynote address to celebrate the International Women's Day in Thailand organised by the National Council of Women of Thailand at Arnoma Hotel in Bangkok on 9 March 2009. The topic of her talk was gender equality in Israel.

Ms. Ehrlich is an Israeli writer, editor and translator as well as the public relations director for the International Women's Club of Thailand.

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Eran Katz visits Hanoi E-mail

Eran Katz, the Israeli holder of the Guinness Record in memory stunts, recently appeared in Vietnam for a series of media events and lectures over the course of six days.

During his stay, Katz also met with leading Vietnamese publishers to introduce them to two of his best selling books, Secrets of a Super Memory and Jerome becomes a Genius.

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Jewish library for Seoul to open May E-mail

The Jewish Community of South Korea, though in its infancy, is rapidly growing and recently moved to a new centre in Seoul at 9-8 Dongbinggo- Dong, Yongsan-Gu, 140- 770 and have plans to begin preparations to open South Korea's first Jewish library.

The library will be designed to provide information about Jewish history, culture and religion for South Korea's growing Jewish community. Rabbi Osher Litzman, Chabad's representative to South Korea, decided to start the library project as a response to the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

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