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20 November 2019 - 23 Heshvan 5780 - כ"ג חשון ה' אלפים תש"פ
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Avtzon Bar-Mitzvah E-mail

Over three hundred people attended the Bar Mitzvah of Mendy Avtzon held in Hong Kong on 10 February.

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Korea's KEDI in MASHAV course E-mail

The Israeli Department for International Cooperation, through MASHAV, recently hosted a two week course on “Education for Gifted Children.” The programme was held at the Ofri Center in Kibbutz Ramat Rachel.

KEDI is one of the most prominent educational policy research institutes in Korea and is committed to developing innovate education systems and teaching methods.

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Senior political commentator Danny Rubinstein visits India E-mail

In February, Senior Political Commentator Danny Rubinstein visited India to discuss the latest developments in The Arab Israeli conflict.  He traveled to Mumbai, New Delhi and Calcutta in order to meet with politicians, local journalists, and academics.

Rubinstein conducted lectures in The Tata Institute of Social Sciences and The University of Mumbai (Journalism Department). Please login or register to see the full article
 
Carmel School presents The Oscars E-mail
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Headmaster Edwin Epstein
 

Carmel School of Hong Kong held its annual dinner on 8 February. This year’s gala event, attended by over two hundred people, was co-chaired by Isabelle Lieberman and Stephanie Spero who truly made the evening a night to remember.

The Jewish Community Center’s Garden Room was transformed into an elegant Oscar setting complete with a red carpet lined entrance way. Members of the community put on their finest and celebrated at this glamorous event. No detail was overlooked by this year’s very enthusiastic event chairs.

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JWA- 60 years of strength E-mail

The Jewish Women’s Association of Hong Kong (JWA), a registered charity, has a long history as an integral part of the community. The organisation was founded in 1947 and draws membership from a diverse group of Jewish women that cover the spectrum in terms of nationality, age and religious affiliation.

In its early days, the JWA centered its activities on providing aid to the World War II refugees, many of whom sought shelter in Asia itself. When the State of Israel was established, the organisation expanded its reach and became a supporter of the new state mainly through focus on the youth aliyah movements and other beneficiaries in Israel.

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