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From New Tang Dynasty TV (NTDTV.com):
And on a lighter note… How does it feel to be both Chinese and Jewish? Our Israeli team talks to a young woman from Kaifeng, China who belongs to both of these ancient cultures. Here’s her story.
We caught up with Jin Jin and...
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China has been the home of Jews for thousands of years, and there are still some families there ....