"The Jews of Kaifeng," a display of photographs, documents, maps and drawings, travels to cities throughout the United States.
It is easily displayed at venues such as universities, community centers, cultural museums and synagogues. It also offers unique opportunities for cross-cultural engagement between the Chinese-American and Jewish-American communities.
The exhibit is available for the cost of one-way shipping from the last venue (Palo Alto, California) plus a donation to the Sino-Judaic Institute.
Space requirements: 120 linear feet, but in any configuration. The exhibit is very clearly narrated and no staffing is required other than for set-up and take-down. Docents add a nice touch and appropriate security is expected.
For more information and to schedule the exhibit, contact SJI's Immediate Past President, Rabbi Arnold Mark Belzer: firstname.lastname@example.org
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