19 July 2019 - 16 Tammuz 5779 - ט"ז תמוז ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Thewphaingarm School in Bangkok holds Nazi celebration E-mail

In Thailand, the Thewphaingarm School recently held a Nazi themed celebration in which about two hundred children, ages six to eighteen, wore red t-shirts and baseball caps with swastikas or military inspired outfits with Nazi armbands.

The Nazi-themed sports day  was complete with a large banner bearing the word Nazi and of course ‘decorative swastikas.’ Students, in the spirit of the event, carried fake rifles and performed the “sieg heil” salute.

In 1999, Thewphaingarm School was granted  approval by the Ministry of Education to establish an English programme. Many of their faculty are American or European born and educated. They pride themselves on being “sensitive to the student’s cultural identity” and seek “to create an individual who is capable of living and working in the international arena.”

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Vietnam-Cambodia bike tour for a better world E-mail

Claire Gordon and Karen Hyman, both members of Hong Kong’s Jewish community, are heavily involved in the final days of training for the ultimate physical challenge to benefit Norwood, a London-based Jewish charity that tackles issues such as abuse, addiction, extreme financial hardship, special education and disabilities.

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Israelis fighting for peace in Thai boxing ring E-mail

Thailand has dispatched a special Muay Thai diplomatic envoy to promote Thai boxing in Israel.

As a result,  the Thai ambassador to Israel, Kasivat Paruggamanont, stated  that “Thai boxing will serve to promote peace in the region” by lowering aggression and tension between nations.

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Shanghai Special Olympics medal winners E-mail

 Israel’s 39-person delegation to the International Special Olympics returned home from Shanghai, China, with 36 medals - 10 of them gold, 16 silver and 10 bronze.

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Israeli green architectural project designed for China E-mail

An international architecture competition, sponsored by Living Steel, awarded the first prize to an Israeli Technion project designed for use in China.

The now annual competition calls on architects to create sustainable housing options that raise environmental, economical and social aspirations for a growing world population.

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