A permanent center for the island’s 700 Jews.
Sun Yat-sen and N.E.B. Ezra.
Once home to thousands of Jews, about whom George Orwell complained.
A reflection of its social and ethnic divisions.
Home to a small numbers of Jews, and a warm relationship with Israel.
During the period of British rule, Burma (now Myanmar) became home to small but thriving Jewish community, of which now little remains. Joe Freeman looks. . .
A recent survey conducted by the ADL ranked Korea the third most anti-Semitic country in Asia (after Malaysia and Armenia). The country has a tiny. . .