A vanished Jewish community: Remembering the Jews of Tianjin

The Museum of Modern Art in Tianjin serve as a step toward commemorating the Jewish men and women – war refugees and children born there – who once passed through Tianjin.

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July 14, 2016 14:05
Chinese Jews

The Museum of Modern History in Tianjin . (photo credit: THE MUSEUM OF MODERN HISTORY IN TIANJIN)

 
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